Racer Football: Special offers for fans



Fans will have new ways to enjoy football games at Roy Stewart Stadium this fall. And, for the first time, all children, from infants to college students, will be admitted to all six home games free of charge.

For the first time in Racer football history, fans will have the option to watch the game from field level while also enjoying all the comforts of home. A limited number of the new Racer Reserved Infield Boxes (RRIB), a product of a partnership with Premier Portable Buildings and FanSheds, LLC, are now on sale for the 2019 season.

These boxes are perfect for companies looking for a unique way to entertain clients and employees, as well as large groups such as alumni organizations, churches, groups of families or in some cases, just one large extended family. Fans will be able to get their first look at, including the ability to walk through, a fully furnished model on April 27 at MSU's football's spring game.

Racer Reserve infield boxes provide a great view of the game from two vantage points; field level and a unique fenced-in upper deck area. These units will be made available four hours prior to kick, through one hour post-game. When not watching the game, fans can relax in the den-style area of the box complete with LED TVs and comfortable furniture.

Each box includes 25 tickets per game and includes special credentials which allow ticket holders exclusive field access. Every RRIB also comes with two VIP parking spaces directly adjacent to the horse gate in the main parking lot of the stadium. Fans in the boxes may also bring their own grill to cook up some game day grub or they can choose to have their box catered with a variety of delicious options from Sodexo.

Exterior customization opportunities are available for those looking to put their brand on prominent display in the end zone of every home game. In addition, all boxes can be locked when not in use, eliminating the need to lug items from the home or office to the field and back again each week. For further ease and security, the entire stadium will be locked down the night before the game, allowing those using the boxes to set up the night before and just show up on game day to cheer on the Racers.

For fans looking for a different experience, the new Racer Reserve Seating will offer fans several new amenities for just a $35 upcharge from the current reserved chair seating including:

A Premium View An enhanced view of the game from an elevated mid-line perspective

Extra Leg Room Chairs will be installed every other row so as to provide ample leg room

Easy Main Concourse Access Chairs will be located just a few steps (with handrail assistance) from the main concourse level

Concessions Service A limited concessions menu with ordering and delivery service will be provided

A Personalized Seat Along with row and seat number, your seat will be branded with your name or business

For more information on or to purchase a Racer Reserve Infield Box, please contact Devan Maki at (270) 809-6813 or at dmaki@murraystate.edu. To place an order for a new Racer Reserve seat, contact the ticket office at (270) 809-3000.

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