Five Tips for Gameday

It’s finally here … Texas A&M Football at Kyle Field! As the Aggies finish preparations to face Lamar tomorrow at 6:30 p.m., the 12th Man also needs to start preparing for your trip to the redeveloped Kyle Field. Below are some important tips for your gameday preparations:

  • 2014 is a transition season for the Kyle Field redevelopment project. We have reached the mid-point of a two-year construction project. While Kyle Field will be ready for football and the 12th Man tomorrow, the redevelopment will not be complete until the 2015 season.
  • Transportation routes to and from Kyle Field have changed. We strongly encourage you to download the Destination Aggieland app for your Apple or Android device or visit for the latest transportation maps and parking information.
  • We expect the North Plaza will be extremely crowded with the additional stadium capacity. The Southeast and Southwest Activation Towers feature gently sloped ramps that will get you to your seats quickly and easily. The Destination Aggieland app includes a feature in which you can type in your section number, and it will provide the quickest entry point for your seat. Or visit for a color-coded stadium entry map.
  • Cell and wireless connectivity will be limited this season. Kyle Field’s new wi-fi and distributed antenna system (DAS) will not be ready until the 2015 season. We anticipate that it will be difficult to make and receive calls from your cell phone, send and receive text messages, and download web-based content. If you experience an emergency that requires outside communication, please see an usher.
  • Tickets are still available for the Lamar game. With an increased Kyle Field capacity of 106,000 for 2014, tickets are available for all games this season, including tomorrow’s game vs. Lamar. You can purchase season tickets, single-game tickets for Lamar, Rice, ULM or Missouri, or a 12th Man Pack, which includes two non-conference games and either Ole Miss or LSU. Call 888-99-AGGIE or visit

A New Culinary Experience

Levy Restaurants, the new culinary partner at Kyle Field, couldn’t be more excited to welcome the 12th Man with great new food and heartfelt hospitality this season. Fans will enjoy a delicious variety of specialty items and fresh twists on classic favorites created by Chef David Picou and his culinary all-star team. Tasty new specialties include:

  • SMOKED BEER CAN CHICKEN: Savory Mesquite-smoked beer can chicken served with Yukon Gold potatoes and a trio of house-made BBQ sauces.
  • SLOVACEK SMOKED SAUSAGE: A legendary Texas sausage sandwich. Enough said.
  • CHICKEN FRIED STEAK DOG: A crispy hand-battered foot-long hot dog on a stick served with tangy jalapeno creamed gravy.
  • BRISKET AND PORK TACOS: Hearty, meaty tacos topped with chili con queso, spicy BBQ sauce and crisp Texas slaw.
  • THE AGGIE BURGER: An all-beef burger seasoned and grilled to perfection topped with zesty BBQ sauce, smoky bacon, rich creamy cheese sauce and jalapeno peppers.

In addition to permanent concession locations, portable food carts will be located throughout Kyle Field. For more information about Texas A&M’s new partnership with Levy Restaurants, click here.