North Texas Football Fan Guide


Tickets can be purchased online, in person at the North Texas Athletic Ticket Office on the west side of Apogee Stadium, or by phone at 940-565-2527. Single-game tickets go on sale in the summer. Complete ticket information and a seating chart is available at the North Texas Ticket Office website.

Apogee Stadium

The North Texas football team plays its home games at Apogee Stadium, located at the corner of I-35E and Bonnie Brae Street.

Opened in 2011, Apogee Stadium was designed by the same team that created the spectacular Dallas Cowboys Stadium. It features two huge, state-of-the-art video boards, 21 luxury suites, 750 club seats, high-tech facilities for broadcast and print media, banquet rooms and an 1,800-square-foot team apparel store. The stadium seats 30,850 in a horseshoe-shaped bowl, putting fans close to the action and offering excellent sight lines from every seat. Click here for more information on Apogee Stadium.

Click here for a stadium map.

Apogee Stadium Clear Bag Policy

Effective Sept. 1, 2018, purses, bags and containers larger than a small clutch bag are not permitted for entry into Apogee Stadium. The following are not permitted:

  • backpacks
  • binocular cases
  • briefcases
  • camera bags
  • cinch bags
  • computer bags
  • coolers
  • fanny packs
  • luggage of any kind

The following are approved for entry:

  • clear totes made of plastic, vinyl, or PVC no larger than 12"x6"x12"
  • plastic storage bags, no larger than one gallon, resealable and clear (one bag per person)
  • small clutch purses approximately the size of a hand, with or without a strap or handle; no larger than 5.5"x8.5" (can be carried separately or within an approved plastic bag)

Diaper bags are approved for entry with the accompanying child/infant.

Seat cushions without pockets or compartments are allowed.

Click here a graphic of the North Texas Athletics Clear Bag Policy.


Designated parking areas for Mean Green Scholarship Fund members are located around Apogee Stadium and are controlled by color-coded passes. A pass must be displayed in each vehicle to access a reserved lot. Only one vehicle is permitted per space, and vehicles are not permitted on sidewalks or green spaces. Tailgating that takes up vacant parking spaces or interferes with traffic flow is prohibited. Saving spaces for other vehicles is also prohibited.

The Orange Lot is a cash lot open to the general public. From this lot, fans can easily access Apogee Stadium via the Pedestrian Bridge across 35E. The ADA Lot, located in the southwest end of the Fouts Field lot, is available for handicapped fans on a first-come, first-served basis. Shuttle buses run from the ADA Lot to Apogee before games, return fans to the lot after the game, and are available to for those needing ADA assistance and one additional accompanying person. Prior to the game, the buses will drop fans at Apogee Stadium's Gate 2 or, for those wishing to tailgate, at the northeast Victory Hall parking lot. After the game, the service will pick up only at Gate 2 and drop off at the ADA parking lot.

Click here for a map of Apogee Stadium game-day parking.


Fans can find where to buy specific concessions items with MeanGreenConcessions.com. The website is optimized to work on your mobile device, and includes a map of Apogee's 15 concessions stands and the menu of each stand.

For Assistance At Apogee During Home Games

During games at Apogee Stadium, fans requiring non-emergency assistance can send a text message and help will be dispatched. Text "SCRAPPY" along with the issue and your location to 69050 (message and data rates may apply). Fans may also call the non-emergency police dispatch at 940-565-3000. IN CASE OF EMERGENCY, CALL 911.

Apogee Stadium A To Z

Click here for complete list of gameday policies at Apogee Stadium.

Mean Green Athletics Map

Take an online tour of the Mean Green Village and all the Mean Green athletic facilities at meangreenmap.com.



Tailgating is as much a tradition at Mean Green football games as any other university, and North Texas took tailgating into account when it constructed Apogee Stadium, setting aside an area just outside the stadium for students, fans and alumni to gather before games. It's called The Hill, a gentle rise dotted with trees lying just outside the east entrance to the stadium and north of the Victory Hall parking lot.

Tailgating takes place on the Hill, in all parking lots adjacent to Apogee Stadium, in the Fouts Field lot, and on the main campus before every home game. Campus parking lots open at 8 a.m. on game day.

To help tailgaters set up, tailgating equipment may dropped off in the parking area near Apogee Stadium on the southbound 35E service road, adjacent to The Hill. Entry will be from the 35E access road. This location will close approximately four hours prior to kick off and will reopen one hour after the end of the game.

Responsible and lawful consumption of alcohol is permitted within University rules and protocols. Glass containers and kegs are NOT permitted.

Tailgating activity that takes up vacant parking spaces or interferes with traffic flow within a parking lot is prohibited. Saving spaces for other vehicles is also prohibited. Tents, tarps, or canopies may not impede foot or vehicular traffic or extend into additional parking spaces. Ground stakes are prohibited in paved parking areas, and stakes used in the green space area may not be longer than 12 inches or wider than half an inch in order to not interfere with underground utilities. Weights or sandbags are encouraged.

Commercially-sponsored tailgates are prohibited except in designated locations. To organize such a tailgate, contact the sales department at 940-565-2527.

Mean Green March

Two hours prior to kickoff, the North Texas football team arrives at Apogee Stadium, accompanied by the band, dancers, and cheerleaders. Be sure to greet the team and cheer them on as they march through the tailgating area to the stadium.

Green Brigade Pregame Extravaganza

Thirty minutes prior to kickoff, the North Texas Green Brigade band will perform on the Apogee Stadium field, leading up to the moment when the football team emerges from the lockerroom for the game.

Mean Green Media

Team Information

Keep up with all Mean Green sports through the official website of North Texas Athletics, MeanGreenSports.com.

Mean Green Sports Network

The Mean Green Radio Network broadcasts all North Texas football and basketball games. The MGRN broadcast team is led by North Texas alumnus and veteran broadcaster Dave Barnett and Mean Green deputy athletic director Hank Dickenson. Catch all the action here: Mean Green Sports Network

Mean Green All-Access

Mean Green All-Access streams North Texas games in a variety of sports as well as video content from other Conference USA schools.

Sign-up to access live-game broadcasts, game highlights, exclusive behind-the-scenes video, and press conferences from 25 men's and women's sports across C-USA, with additional coverage from conference postseason events.

North Texas fans can subscribe to just Mean Green content or to programming from the full network. Click here for more information.

Social Media

Follow North Texas teams throughout the year on social media.

Mean Green Merchandise

Get your green on at retailers throughout Denton, including:

  • ShopMeanGreenSports.com
  • The Mean Green Store located at Apogee Stadium
  • Barnes and Noble on campus
  • Voertman's, 1314 W. Hickory, across from campus

Mean Green Scholarship Fund

The Mean Green Scholarship Fund is the primary fundraising arm for North Texas Athletics, with 100 percent of annual contributions helping to support student-athlete scholarships and a variety of personal and academic support programs for all 16 intercollegiate athletic teams.

Members receive exclusive access to North Texas athletics and year-long benefits such as invitations to member-only events, the best parking and seating available, and more. For more information, please visit MeanGreenScholarshipFund.com, or contact the Mean Green Scholarship Fund office at 940-369-7284 and mgsf@unt.edu.