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NCAA Tournament First Round

When: Friday, Nov. 9
Where: 
Razorback Field (Fayetteville, Ark.)
Matchup: Arkansas vs. Little Rock

DateMatchupTime/TVResult
Friday, Nov. 9Arkansas vs. Little Rock7 p.m., SECN+Live Stats/Watch

Tickets

Adult – $8
Kids (17 & under) – $3
Students – FREE with university ID
BUY TICKETS HERE

Tickets can be purchased in advance online, by contacting the Razorback Ticket Center at 479-575-5151, or at the north entrance of Razorback Field beginning at 5:30pm on November 9, 2018.

Parking

– Public parking will be available on a first come, first-served bases throughout Lot 56 located behind the Razorback Field press box and stretching to the corner of Martin Luther King Boulevard and Razorback Road. Fans can access Lot 56 either from Stadium Drive, Razorback Road, or MLK Blvd.

– Public ADA parking is available on a first-come, first-served basis within Lot 56.

Click here to view a parking map

Click here to view a stadium map

Razorback Field

Razorback Field Quick Facts
Capacity: 1,500
Opened: 1992

The University of Arkansas has always been proactive when it comes to women’s intercollegiate athletics, and the lifespan of Razorback Field is a tribute to that stance. When it was constructed in 1992, the then-LadyBack Field was the first collegiate soccer field in the country dedicated solely for the use of a women’s team. To this day, it remains one of a handful of such fields. With improvements planned following its construction, a field house was built to house locker rooms for both participating teams, and lights were erected to allow the Razorbacks to practice and play at any time.

The facility evolved and was improved with an expansion and renovation prior to the 2011 season. The expansion added more than 3,900 square feet to the existing 3,100-square foot structure. Additions include an expanded and re-modeled training room with a rehab area, a new locker room for the Razorbacks, a team lounge connected to a team meeting area, two private meeting rooms and a storage area. The existing building included home and visiting locker rooms, a training room, a coaches’ office, showers, a concession stand and public restrooms. The visiting locker room, concession stand and public restrooms remain.

All-Time Top 10 Single-Game Attendance Figures  
OpponentDateAttendance
Penn StateAug. 25, 20173,401
DukeAug. 26, 20163,010
BaylorAug. 31, 20182,529
TCUAug. 23, 20152,337
Oklahoma StateAug. 24, 20142,268
South CarolinaOct. 10, 20011,709
GeorgiaSept. 30, 20161,701
South CarolinaOct. 2, 20151,619
KentuckySept. 21, 20121,575
KentuckySept. 19, 20141,555

 

Policies

Clear Bag Policy
Fans can bring in one (1) clear bag (no larger than 12” x 6” x 12”) AND one small clutch purse (no larger than 4.5” x 6.5”, the size of the palm of your hand, with or without a handle or strap). All bags and purses not meeting the above requirements will not be permitted. Although permitted, childcare items, including diapers, must also be carried in an approved clear bag.

Clear Bag Policy

Per the NCAA, no alcoholic beverages shall be delivered, sold or dispensed for public consumption anywhere in the competition venue, nor shall any such beverages be brought to the site during the championship (i.e., during the period from the time access is available to spectators until all patrons have left the stadium). 

Prohibited Items
The following items are NOT permitted in Razorback Athletic Facilities:

– Alcoholic beverages
– Baby seats
– Baby strollers
– Backpacks
– Banners, sign
– Beach Balls
– Cameras (professional equipment or cameras with long telephoto lenses longer than six inches)
– Explosives, guns, knives, or weapons
– Laser pointers
– Pets (with exception of service animals used by disabled guests)
– Stadium seats with armrests and/or over 16 inches wide
– Umbrellas
– Video cameras
– Drones
– Selfie Sticks