The pairing is set for the annual Foster Farms Bowl at Levi’s® Stadium as Arizona Wildcats (7-5, 5-4 Pac-12) and Purdue Boilermakers (6-6, 4-5 Big Ten) will represent the Pac-12 and Big Ten Conferences, respectively. This matchup marks the first-time Purdue and Arizona will compete in the Bay Area’s annual bowl game, while the Boilermakers are 2-0 all-time against the Wildcats in the regular season.
Wednesday, December 27
Arizona vs. Purdue
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We ask that all guests attending the 2017 Foster Farms Bowl, please review the stadium event guide prior to your arrival.
All guests ages 2 and above must have an event ticket to enter the stadium. There will be no re-entry after admittance. Guests should have their tickets ready to scan upon approaching the stadium entry gates. The ticket barcode must be visible no matter the ticket type.
Will call will be located at the Visa Box Office and will open at 2pm. Walk-up tickets may also be available at the Visa Box Office.
Visa Box Office
The Visa Box Office will be open at 2pm and is located at the north end of the stadium inside Toyota Gate F.
Player Guest Will Call
Player guest will call will be open at 3:30pm and is located on Marie P. DeBartolo Way outside of Toyota Gate F.
Institution/General Will Call
Institution/general will call will be open at 2pm and is located at the Visa Box Office.
Wednesday, December 27
|Visa Box Office Opens||2pm|
|Parking Lots Open||2pm|
|Faithful Mile presented by Global Syn-Turf||3:30pm|
|49ers Museum presented by Sony||3:30pm|
|Bourbon Steak & Bourbon Pub||3:30pm|
|Premium Gates Open||3:30pm|
|Stadium Gates Open||3:30pm|
|Purdue Marching Band Introduction||5:09pm|
|Arizona Marching Band Introduction||5:16pm|
Clear Bag Policy
Levi’s® Stadium will adhere to the following policy and prohibits all bags, backpacks and other carriers from being brought into the stadium with the following exceptions:
Bag Check Locations
Bag check locations are located at Toyota Gate F, Intel gate A and Dignity Health Gate C for guests to check-in any bags that are not in compliance with the bag policy.
Did you know you’ll receive a $5 discount off the standard purchase price if you buy in advance on Ticketmaster.com? Parking lots are scheduled to open at 2pm and all guests must be in possession of a valid event ticket, pass, or credential to park in a designated parking lot.
Cash lots (day of event parking) will be made available on a first-come, first-served basis in all parking lots. Prices will be $5 higher than if purchased in advance. Cash lots for this event are Red Lot 1, Blue Lot 1, Blue RV, and Green Bus.
Mobility services will be onsite at 2pm to provide roving carts throughout Red Lot 1 for assistance to stadium gates. Shuttles will be provided from Blue 1 to Gate C for mobility assistance guests.
Bicycle parking will be located outside of Intel Gate A pedestrian bridge and Dignity Health Gate C pedestrian bridge. All ticketed guests will be permitted the use of the San Tomas Aquino Creek trail beginning at 2pm. The Silicon Valley bicycle coalition will be administering this operation.
Buses/Oversized Vehicles – Tailgate
Buses/oversized vehicles that wish to tailgate must park in Blue RV and contact the Visa Box Office at 408-579-4449 to purchase parking in advance.
Buses/Oversized Vehicles – Non-Tailgate
Buses/oversized vehicles or Charter Buses that do not wish to tailgate must park in Blue RV and purchase parking in advance by contacting the Visa Box Office at 408-579-4449. You can also purchase parking through the 49ers or Levi’s® Stadium App.
Tailgating is permitted in specified areas only. Please view the parking lot map for which parking lots allow tailgating. Non-compliance may result in ejection from the lot without compensation. Tailgating will cease after the event begins.
Parking Lots in Operation
Please note, prices below represent event day pricing.
Red Lot 1, Blue Lot 1, Yellow Lot 2, Yellow Lot 3
Red Lot 1
|Buses/Oversized Vehicles – Tailgate
RV Blue Lot
|Buses/Oversized Vehicles – Non-Tailgate
*with valid placard
All guests must be in possession of a valid event ticket, pass, or credential to park in a designated parking lot.
Levi’s® Stadium prohibits all bags, backpacks and other carriers from being brought into the stadium with the following exceptions:
Please note, the stadium bag policy will be enforced for all stadium events including concerts, matches and 49ers home games, unless otherwise noted. Should you have any questions regarding the bag policy, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tailgating is permitted in specified areas only. Non-compliance may result in ejection from the lot without compensation. Tailgating will cease after kickoff.
Tailgating is defined as; the use of any item (including tables, chairs, free-standing canopies or umbrellas, awnings attached to recreational vehicles, coolers, barbeques, grills, games, generators, televisions, sound systems, food or drink, food or drink preparation or serving equipment, or other items as identified by the City Manager or designee) for the purpose of an outdoor gathering by one or more people prior to, during or after a scheduled stadium event.
|PERMITTED & PROHIBITED ITEMS|
All individuals and their belongings are subject to search. The following information is subject to change without notice.
Fans with medical bags or items they must carry with them must be inspected and have a wristband or sticker placed on it to show that it has been inspected. PLEASE ARRIVE EARLIER TO AVOID LAST MINUTE GATE PRESSURE.
The following ARE PERMITTED in the stadium during Levi’s® Stadium Events:
The following ARE PROHIBITED in the stadium:
* Umbrellas are allowed in the stadium provided they do not obstruct another guest’s view or pose any safety hazard.** Please contact your nearest guest services representative if you are in need of storing a baby stroller or wheelchair as they are not permitted to be stored in the seating areas.
Anyone possessing PROHIBITED items will be asked to return them to their cars, take them to one of our Bag Check stations or dispose of them in the garbage cans provided at the gate.
For additional information regarding public transportation click here.
Valley Transportation Authority (VTA)
VTA provides buses and light rail transportation in the greater San Jose area reaching Mountain View, Cupertino, and Sunnyvale. VTA buses will drop off guests in two (2) locations:
› Intersection of Tasman Drive and Great America Parkway
› Intersection of Tasman Drive and Calle Del Sol
VTA light rail trains will drop off and pick up at the Great America Station located north of the stadium. For more information, please visit www.vta.org, or call 408-321-2300.
Caltrain provides services from San Francisco to South San Jose with stops all along the peninsula. On event day, Caltrain transports passengers from all locations to connect with VTA light rail trains or buses at the Mountain View Transit Center, located at Evelyn Ave, and Castro Street. For more information, please visit www.caltrain.com, or call 1-800-660-4287.
All accessible parking will be directed to Red Lot 1. Guests who possess a valid placard will be directed to park in Red Lot 1 and must display their placard at the entrance to be admitted.
Levi’s® Stadium takes pride in providing elite service to all guests including those requiring mobility assistance. We provide a variety of services for our guests with special needs. Included in these services are courtesy shuttle buses from several of our parking lots, golf cart shuttles in the Main Lot, and Guest Services representatives to provide wheelchair service if requested. Guests that require additional assistance are encouraged to contact our mobility assistance team at 408-579-4610 or email mobilityservices@LevisStadium.com.
Assisted Listening Devices will be available at all Guest Services kiosks presented by United located throughout the stadium.
Recommended exit routes to take based on your desired destination.
Exit Intel Gate A
For fans riding the VTA Light Rail to Caltrain, ride-sharing or who have parked in Red Lot 1 should exit via Intel Gate A.
Exit Dignity Health Gate C
For fans parked in Blue Lot 1 or heading to the Charter Bus Parking lot, we recommend exiting via Dignity Health Gate C.
Exit Toyota Gate F
For fans riding VTA Buses, taxi or rideshare, Uber or who have parked in Yellow Lots 2, 3 should exit via Toyota Gate F.
|Dec. 28, 2017||Purdue 38, Arizona 35 (Levi’s® Stadium)|
|Dec. 28, 2016||Utah 26, Indiana 24 (Levi’s® Stadium)|
|Dec. 26, 2015||Nebraska 37, UCLA 29 (Levi’s® Stadium)|
|Dec. 30, 2014||Stanford 45, Maryland 21 (Levi’s® Stadium)|
|Dec. 27, 2013||Washington 31, BYU 16|
|Dec. 29, 2012||Arizona State 62, Navy 28|
|Dec. 31, 2011||Illinois 20, UCLA 14|
|Jan. 09, 2011||Nevada 20, Boston College 13|
|Dec. 26, 2009||USC 24, Boston College 13|
|Dec. 27, 2008||California 24, Miami 17|
|Dec. 28, 2007||Oregon State 21, Maryland 14|
|Dec. 27, 2006||Florida State 44, UCLA 27|
|Dec. 29, 2005||Utah 38, Georgia Tech 10|
|Dec. 30, 2004||Navy 34, New Mexico 19|
|Dec. 31, 2003||Boston College 35, Colorado State 21|
|Dec. 31, 2002||Virginia Tech 20, Air Force 13|
|DECEMBER 27, 2018 | ARIZONA VS. PURDUE|
|DECEMBER 28, 2016 | UTAH VS. INDIANA|
|DECEMBER 26, 2015 | NEBRASKA VS. UCLA|
|DECEMBER 28, 2014 | MARYLAND VS. STANFORD|
“We have always felt the Foster Farms Bowl had tremendous potential for growth. Its past performance has been excellent, it has a first class management team and people love coming to San Francisco. They like traveling there. Television has favored this bowl, with good windows, and it has gotten good ratings.”
– Larry Scott, Pac-12 Commissioner
“Now to go to San Francisco is a wonderful opportunity for us, playing in a new stadium and playing against the Pac-12 makes it even more special. In this new world of college football playoffs, these bowls provide our teams great opportunities in a great part of the country”
– Jim Delany, Big Ten Commissioner
“It was a great event showcasing two fantastic teams, and I was particularly pleased that the U.S. Naval Academy had the opportunity to participate in the only bowl game tied to a charitable endeavor. Such an event is uniquely fitting for our future Navy and Marine Corps leaders.”
– Ray Mabus, Secretary of the Navy
“Our ASU victory was all the richer as a result of the kind and personal attention we received, along with the truly exciting game atmosphere that was created by you and your team. The entire experience was a pleasure, and I appreciate the significant work that went into making a complex event appear so effortless. Thank you again for the fantastic hospitality and for all you did to make the ASU delegation feel so welcome and comfortable.”
– Michael M. Crow, Arizona State President
“The week in San Francisco was one that our entire program will never forget. The visit to St. Anthony’s Dining Room on Christmas Day was the most meaningful experience we’ve ever had in a bowl game. Your entire staff is first class! Your well-oiled machine anticipated and fulfilled our every need. The precision and attention to detail were amazing. You guys are the best!”
– Ken Niumatalolo, Navy Head Coach
“All of the Fighting Illini had an outstanding time as it was a first class operation. The people and the program could not have been better, which I have shared with the Big Ten office. You receive high marks in all areas! I look forward to our next visit.”
– Mike Thomas, Illinois Athletic Director
“Although the outcome of the game wasn’t in our favor, the overall bowl experience was outstanding in every aspect. The hospitality was fantastic, the weather was perfect and the whole bowl week was extremely entertaining for our entire travel party. Kraft was an incredible bowl partner and San Francisco was an equally splendid bowl location. The highlight for me was exploring everything that the city had to offer while also having the opportunity to give back to the local community during the team’s trip to Glide Memorial Church. As far as I am concerned, this is what made the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl truly special. You should be very proud to be part of a wonderful partnership backed by a meaningful cause. The Bruins were honored to take part in it.”
– Dan Guerrero, UCLA Athletic Director
“Thanks first, to Gary Cavalli and the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl, not just for having such a good bowl game, but for what you signify and what you guys do [charitable endeavors] outside of football. I think it’s phenomenal, and I think it’s a leadership role we could all follow.”
– David Shaw, Stanford head coach
“Playing in this game was a great experience for our players and coaches. Many of our guys had never been to San Francisco, and they had a chance all this week to experience a great city. I can’t say enough about the fantastic job that Gary and his staff did to make this just a great week for us. Everything was first class. This is definitely a real up and coming bowl.”
– Pete Carroll, Seattle Seahawks head coach (former USC head coach)
“I’ll tell you this. The Emerald Bowl is one game that does things the right way. It’s an outstanding bowl with great people behind it.”
– Jeff Tedford, former California head coach
“The Emerald Bowl has a reputation for putting on a great bowl and really treating the teams fantastically, and that reputation is well deserved. It was a fabulous experience for our entire contingent. Everyone involved treated our student athletes, coaches and staff to a first-class event.”
– Sandy Barbour, former Cal Athletic Director
“Your entire team did a masterful job in a fabulous city. Thank you for an exceptional bowl experience.”
– Donna Shalala, Miami President
“I mean it sincerely when I say we had as fine a time at your Bowl as any Bowl we have ever attended. You all really know what you are doing…Please give my love to everyone and thank them for a wonderful trip.”
– Bobby Bowden, Florida State head coach (retired)
“It was awesome…just an awesome experience for our players, our coaches and our fans. We appreciate everything the Emerald Bowl crew did for us. It was a lot of fun to come to San Francisco and play an ACC team. I think you have a great chance to grow this game and build something big time.”
– Mike Riley, Head Coach, Oregon State
“The Emerald Bowl is truly a “gem” in the bowl lineup. It’s everything and more for teams hopeful to enjoy the best experience possible. Navy would come back if invited in the future without reservation. We had the finest time in “Frisco” imaginable.”
– Chet Gladchuk, Athletic Director, Navy
“Our entire program had a wonderful experience. It couldn’t have been any better. Everything was first-class.”
– Rocky Long, San Diego St. head coach (former New Mexico head coach)