Information compiled and written by Nathan Wertheimer
Mark your calendar for the best high school football players in the country take the field on Thursday, January 2, 2020, at 6pm, at Camping World Stadium. This one of the free games you will not want to miss. Bring your family and friends to this game. Rain or shine the game goes on. The excitement is building for this game.
Here is some brief information about the Under Armour All-American Football Game. Since 2008, the nation’s elite high school football players have been selected by ESPN Recruiting to participate in the Under Armour All-America Football Game. NFL Pro Bowlers like Julio Jones and A.J. Green competed in the inaugural game, while No. 1 NFL Draft selections like Jadeveon Clowney and Jameis Winston are among the players that participated in later years. The Under Armour All-America Football Game will once again feature more than 100 of the nation’s best senior high school football players on Jan. 2, 2020 in front of a national audience live on ESPN.
At this time, there are still compliment tickets are still available for this game. Plus, there is a small service fee for complimentary tickets. All seats are general admission. It is on a first come, fist serve. Get there early for the best seats in the house. This game is not expected to sell out. For tickets please visit uafootball.us/tickets/
Here are some tips how to prepare for game day. Don’t forget to dress comfortably for the weather. It could be hot or cold outside. Here are some items to pack such as sunglasses, ball cap, sunscreen, poncho, and cash.
It is just a quick walk or ride from Downtown Orlando to Camping World Stadium. Some street may be blocked off around the stadium on game day. Use your GPS for the best route to Camping World Stadium in Orlando. The address of the stadium is located at One Citrus Bowl Place, Orlando, Florida 32805.
It is recommended to pre-pay for parking ahead of time. There may be limited parking on game day near the stadium. Parking fees in the area range from $10-$50 depending on location. Another options to the stadium are to use a ride sharing service, taxis, and or local bus transportation.
Fans may enjoy both tailgating and a game day experience zone right outside the stadium. Most fans will be tailgating early before the game starts. Game merchandise will be available to purchase.
There are many sights and sound of game day at Camping World Stadium. With a ticket in hand, there will be long lines to get into this stadium. Just remember there is security checkpoint to go through. Certain items are not allowed inside this stadium. Every seat inside the stadium has a good view. Some seats are more comfortable than others. The upper desk has blenching seating while the lower bowl has box seating.
During the game, feel the excitement with your favorite side and root for your favorite players. If you get hungry during the game, there is plenty of concession stands to choose from around the stadium. Prices will vary depending on food and drink items.
At the end of the football game, stick around and see the awards ceremony. The winning team will be celebrating on the field along with the MVP Under Armour All-America Football player. They’re maybe an autograph session after the awards ceremony, so stick around.
For more information on this college football game please visit www.campingworldstadium.com/events/detail/2019-under-armour-all-america-game or uafootball.us/
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