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All Liberty University football practice sessions are closed to the general public and the media, unless otherwise indicated by the Athletics Communications office. Liberty’s football practice viewing policy includes all practices held in Williams Stadium, the practice field adjacent to the Williams Football Operations Center (FOC) and those held inside the Indoor Football Practice Facility.
Media groups wanting to photograph or shoot video footage of a Liberty University football practice can do so with prior permission. Approved media groups will be allowed to shoot Liberty University football practice from the time the team takes the field through the team stretching period (typically the first 15 minutes of practice). Media groups will be asked to stop shooting practice following the team stretching period and to leave the practice area.
Media groups wanting to interview Head Coach Turner Gill, Liberty assistant football coaches and players can do so on approved days following the team’s practice session. Once an interview request has been approved through the Athletics Communications office, media groups are asked to report to the first floor of the FOC 15 minutes prior to the conclusion of practice (outside of the team locker room). A member of the Athletics Communications staff will be present to help facilitate any post-practice interview requests.
All media groups wanting to tape footage of a Liberty University football practice or are requesting post-practice interviews need to contact the Athletics Communications office 24 hours prior to practice.
For additional questions about this policy, please contact the Liberty University Athletics Communications office at (434) 582-2292.