Sanford Stadium SkyClub
The SkyClub is a 6000 square foot heated and cooled premium space. Amenities in the SkyClub include covered exterior seating, interior lounge seating and dining tables, private restrooms, over 25 flat screen TVs, and a GRAND buffet including specialty desserts and Coke products. The SkyClub was renovated prior to the 2015 football season.
Q: What if I want to go visit someone in the stadium?
A: You are welcome to visit friends or family in the stadium; however, they are not allowed to join you in the SkyClub unless they have a new, un-used SkyClub ticket. To exit the SkyClub, you may use the east end elevator and walk down the steps into the stadium concourse.
Q: How early may I get into the SkyClub on game day? How late after the game may I stay?
A: The SkyClub opens 1.5 hours prior to kickoff, and will close immediately following the game.
Q: Can I smoke in the SkyClub?
A: Sanford Stadium is a smoke-free facility.
Q: Are children allowed in the SkyClub?
A: Yes, children are a part of the Georgia family experience and are welcomed in the SkyClub. Please note that children must be supervised at all times.
Q: How long does the buffet stay open
A: The buffets will be available to you beginning at gate open through the 3rd Quarter.
- The SkyClub will be used only during UGA home football games and specified events approved by Georgia Athletic Hospitality.
- To avoid injury, please do not throw any objects from the stadium seating.
- Sanford Stadium is a smoke-free facility; therefore, smoking is prohibited in all areas.
- All SkyClub members and guests are requested to respect the rights of other SkyClub members and ensure that all activities conducted in the SkyClub area are done so in a thoughtful and courteous manner.
- The SkyClub may not be used for any unlawful purpose.
- The SkyClub many not be used for overnight accommodations.
- A Sanford Stadium SkyClub game ticket is required for all individuals, including children of any age.
The above Rules & Regulations are subject to alterations based on requirements and policies established by The University of Georgia, the SEC, and the NCAA.