Liberty University welcomes Head Coach Hugh Freeze to the sidelines. Known for his high-powered and explosive offense, the former Ole Miss head coach has provided an immediate influx of enthusiasm within the Flames Nation, and fans everywhere are excited to have Coach Freeze leading the program.
Last season, the Flames finished 6-6 in their first season of FBS football – college football's highest level of competition – making them just the ninth team to win six or more games in an inaugural FBS campaign. With Coach Freeze at the helm of a program returning 15 starters, the Flames’ goal of qualifying for their first bowl game in program history is within their grasp. The 2019 season kicks off August 31 when Liberty opens at home against ACC opponent Syracuse – the first Power 5 and nationally ranked FBS team (preseason No. 15) to visit Lynchburg.
Liberty Flames football is an experience unlike any other! The pageantry of big-time college football on a crisp fall day, woven within a family-friendly and affordable atmosphere, will create memories that will last a lifetime! Game Day starts early with tailgating, followed by the free Flames Fan Fest (located in the new and air-conditioned Indoor Practice Facility) which includes inflatables and games for the kids as well as special appearances by Sparky and the cheerleaders! It's also a great place for alumni to meet and reconnect. After the Flames Fan Fest, head to Williams Stadium for the pregame performance by the Spirit of the Mountain Marching Band and fireworks. Then, make sure you're in your seats during the fourth quarter for the T-shirt cannon and help cheer on your Flames to victory.
Williams Stadium was recently renovated to enhance fans’ game day experience. Now with an upgraded WiFi network, new seating and restrooms, and additional concession stands, Williams is even more comfortable. The new video board is four times bigger than the previous one, allowing fans to watch replays, catch up on scores from other games, and see themselves on the big screen.
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Includes luxury seating and access to the Club Pavilion with private restrooms, TVs, food, and beverages available throughout each game. Available to Flames Club members at the Director's Level ($3,000) and above.
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Chairback seats located between the 30-yard lines. Available to Flames Club members at the Flames Level ($300) and above.
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Benchback seats located between the 30-yard lines. Available to Flames Club members at all levels.
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Flames Kids Club - It's the best deal for Sparky's favorite Fans. If you have a family member or child that who is 12 years old or younger, they can be a part of Flames Nation by joining the Flames Kids Club, presented by Chick-fil-A. Membership is only $25 for the first child and $20 for each additional child. Benefits are worth over $350 and include admission to all regular season Liberty athletic events. Click here for more information.
The Flames Club is directly linked to the success of Liberty University Athletics and is the channel through which Flames Nation — fans, ticket buyers, students, alumni, former student-athletes, parents, families, and local businesses — can participate in the success of the athletics program.
Members of the Flames Club enjoy the satisfaction of knowing that their gifts are more than monetary contributions — they are investments in the lives of our student-athletes. Flames Club members can also be rewarded with preferred parking, seating, and hospitality privileges, based upon membership level.
Liberty Athletics understands your game day experience begins long before kickoff at Williams Stadium and we are here to make your entrance to campus as smooth as possible on Saturday.
Parking Lots: Free general parking is available in the areas around Thomas Road Baptist Church, lots along Candlers Mountain Road, the Academic Commons Parking Garage, and along Liberty Mountain Drive.
Lots closest to Williams Stadium are reserved for qualifying Flames Club members. To join the Flames Club, and receive great benefits in addition to parking visit (link - https://flames.liberty.edu/give/Online/default.asp ). All reserved lots should be free of other vehicles beginning at midnight prior to the game. Reserved lots open to pass holders at 8 a.m.
Shuttles: Liberty offers complimentary transit to Williams Stadium along Liberty Mountain Drive from the Indoor Track Complex to East Satellite Lot and will begin 3 hours prior to kick-off and conclude 2 hours after the conclusion of the game.
Paid Parking: Pre-paid and pay-on-site parking is available at Doc's Diner, subject to availability. To purchase parking prior to the game visit (link - https://flames.liberty.edu/Online/article/parking)
Handicap/Accessible Parking: Liberty has designated the Indoor Track Complex as a remote satellite lot for those needing assistance into the game and with handicap parking tags. Accessible shuttles will run from the Indoor Track to Gate 1 and the Indoor Practice Facility beginning 3 hours prior to the game, and conclude 2 hours following the game.
Road Closures: The roads immediately around Williams Stadium close three (3) hours prior to kickoff. Only Flames Club members with passes specific to the lots within the pedestrian zone will be allowed beyond the road barricades.
Tailgating: Game day tailgating is permitted and encouraged throughout campus on game day in all parking lots. Vehicles may only take one parking space in reserved lots, and may not impede traffic or access of other vehicles to parking spaces. Alcohol is not permitted on Liberty's campus.
RV's and Oversize Vehicles: RV's are permitted in the Paid Parking lot at Doc's Diner and may be purchased (link - https://flames.liberty.edu/Online/article/parking ). Vehicles may not be occupied overnight on Liberty's campus.