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There are plenty of parking options around Dillon Stadium with all lots indicated for Hartford Athletic matchdays below:
*Note: With other events occurring at the Connecticut Convention Center on July 13th, it is recommended that fans use Lot 2 through Lot 6 for the July 13th date. Shuttle service will not be available from the Connecticut Convention Center on this date. Shuttle service from the Connecticut Convention Center will operate as needed based on attendance. If you intend to park at the Connecticut Convention center and utilize a shuttle service to the stadium, please check this webpage prior to arriving to determine if a shuttle is running on the day of the event.
Tailgating is permitted only in Lot 2 on Hartford Athletic match dates beginning three (3) hours prior to the start of the game and ending thirty (30) minutes prior to the start of the game. To ensure safety, comfort and enjoyment, all patrons of Dillon Stadium must adhere to the Hartford Athletic tailgating policy.
Responsibility and Safety Reminders:
For more information, question or inquires on the Hartford Athletic tailgating policy, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
FAN CODE OF CONDUCT
Hartford Athletic will provide a safe and enjoyable experience to all spectators in attendance. Spectators are required to refrain from the following. Fans in violation of these policies will be subject to ejection, arrest and possible loss of future ticket privileges.
Hartford Athletic encourages responsible drinking. Proper identification is required to purchase any alcoholic beverage. The purchase limit may be reduced, and sales may be discontinued at any time at the discretion of Team management and Hartford Police Department. Fans will not be allowed to enter the stadium if they are visually intoxicated.
Banners and signs are permitted, but must be in good taste, cannot obstruct another spectators view and cannot cover any stadium signage. Team management reserves the right to confiscate signs that are in violation of the stadium signage policy.
Spectators may leave the stadium and re-enter. However, spectator must exit scan out of the stadium and rescan upon re-entry to the stadium.
Certain exceptions to the list of prohibited items will be made for those fans attending Hartford Athletic matches as a member of a recognized Supporters Group, and for items pre-approved by Hartford Athletic, United Soccer League, and Dillon Stadium.
For a full list of prohibited items please go here.
In the event of severe weather, stadium personnel will make announcements to provide direction to all fans in attendance.
As a part of the original Colt gift, the lands of Dillon Stadium and Colt Park have long been a treasured community asset. Steeped in history, Dillon Stadium is an iconic Hartford venue. As a FERA (Federal Emergency Relief Administration) project dedicated in 1935, the stadium reached great heights before falling into disrepair – playing host over the years to everything from the annual Thanksgiving high school football game to professional soccer to concerts from the likes of the Rolling Stones, Beach Boys and the Grateful Dead.
Dillon Stadium, 1975: Giorgio Chinaglia and Hartford Bicentennials vs. Poland national team