Spring Game Will Be Open To Limited Fans, Food Drive Will Be Virtual

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The one huge element missing from Autzen Stadium over the last year and a half has been the energy brought by Oregon Duck fans, and that all changes on Saturday, May 1, when the annual University of Oregon spring football game will be open to a limited amount of fans. The game is scheduled to begin at 2 p.m.

Approximately 15 percent of the capacity of Autzen Stadium will be open for fans, and because of the strict limits of fans in attendance and to ensure proper physical distancing, the spring game will be a ticketed event.

Information on how to claim tickets for the Oregon spring game will be released publicly this week and be available to season ticket holders, Duck Athletic Fund members, students and general public.

With limited fans in attendance and out of an abundance of caution, the annual spring game food drive to benefit Food for Lane County will be virtual once again. Last year’s Spring Game Food Drive raised $26,743, resulting in 87,000 pounds of food being delivered to benefit people experiencing hunger in the Lane County community.

To donate to the Virtual Food Drive, please visit: https://fundraise.foodforlanecounty.org/Scrimmage21

Fans in attendance will be asked to abide by protocols in line with guidance from the Oregon Health Authority and Lane County Public Health to stop the spread of COVID-19, including the wearing of masks covering the nose and mouth unless actively eating or drinking.

Additional information for fans, including in-stadium protocols and parking information, will be distributed the week of the spring game.

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