What Fans Need to Know for the Mexico-Brazil Soccer Match

TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY, Texas (KBTX) – Soccer fans are gearing up for the highly anticipated Mexico versus Brazil match happening this Saturday. With some changes in place, here is your comprehensive guide to ensure you have a smooth gameday experience.

Parking and Shuttle Services

For those attending the match, on-campus parking is available with reservations ranging from $25 to $45. Street parking in the City of College Station can also be utilized for $25 per car. Free parking is offered at the Century Square parking garage, with a shuttle service to Kyle Field. Additional parking options include the Roy Kelly Parking Garage and Downtown Bryan, despite street closures for Festa Italiana.

Tailgating and Entertainment

Aggie Park will not have designated tailgating spots, but will host the Futbol Fiesta from 3 p.m. – 7 p.m. This family-friendly event will feature food trucks, games, and entertainment for all ages.

Prohibited Items

While inflated soccer balls are not allowed, fans can bring deflated ones for autographs. The list of prohibited items includes weapons, fireworks, drones, selfie sticks, and more. Water bottles are not permitted, but clear plastic cups will be provided for water refill stations.

Security Measures

Fans can expect to go through metal detectors and adhere to the clear bag policy. Sealed water bottles will not be allowed, with refillable cups available inside the stadium.

For more details and information on the Mexico-Brazil soccer match, ensure to stay updated with the latest announcements from the venue. Let’s gear up for an exciting match between two powerhouse teams!

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