250 Huyshope Ave., Hartford, CT 06106
For information on tickets go to hartfordathletic.com/tickets or contact us at:
Phone: (860) 298-9233
- Lot 2 opens 3 hours prior to kickoff
- All other lots will open 2 hours prior to kickoff
- Parking passes (Season Ticket Members and Corporate Partners) are delivered digitally and available in the SeatGeek app. Please go here for instructions on accessing your parking passes. Individual game parking passes are also available for purchase here.
- Matchday Parking cost is $10 and will be cashless payment.
All patrons ages (4) four and older are required to purchase a ticket. No ticket required for ages (3) three and under but the child must sit on a lap with a ticketed patron. All sales are final and events are rain or shine.
Trinity Health Stadium is an accessible venue with ADA seating located in all sections of the stadium. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (860)-298-9233 should you have any questions and to ensure seating will meet your needs.
- Hand sanitizer will be available throughout the stadium
- Gate Opening: Gates will open 1 hour prior to kickoff unless otherwise specified
- Concessions will be available inside the stadium at both north and south end concessions buildings as well as food trucks and kiosks
- All concessions purchases will be cashless
2023 Fresh Classics Stand Menu (Northeast Corner)
*menu and prices subject to change
2023 Jim Beam Cross Bar Menu (Southwest Corner)
*menu and prices subject to change
- All merchandise transactions will be cashless
- Tailgating is permitted in Lot 2 only
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 Trinity Health Stadium.
- Animals, other than assistance dogs, conditional upon presentation of the dog’s veterinary
record indicating that all vaccinations are up to date and official documentation stating that the
dog is an assistance dog.
- Scooters and other powered devices that are not intended for transportation of disabled
persons or persons with limited mobility.
- Any weapon, including but not limited to self-defense, ammunition, or component parts of
guns, piercing or bladed items, knives, cold steel weapons and any other objects that may be
used as a weapon. The foregoing in this Section 3 is not applicable to Local law enforcement
personnel, and authorized security personnel.
- Compressed and liquefied gases, flammable and pyrotechnical substances and items regardless
of their type, including but not limited to fireworks, signal flares, missiles, crackers, gas bottles
and items that may be used to make pyrotechnical devices or smoke; and any other materials,
articles, and/or objects that can be used to generate smoke, explosions and/or flames, other
than those consistent with the Hartford Athletic Smoke Policy.
- Aerosol cans or pressurized containers.
- Unlawful narcotic, psychotropic and/or toxic substances.
- Umbrellas (fans should bring raincoats/ponchos for inclement weather) are generally not allowed.
However exceptions will be made on a game-by-game basis. Check Hartford Athletic social media
channels for specifics.
- Moving and gliding aircraft or their models (gliders, drones, kites, etc.), and any missile or
projectile like object. This includes soccer balls.
- Strollers or baby seats may not be taken into the stands or left in section entrances.
- Bikes, skateboards, roller blades, roller skates, shoes with wheels.
- Backpacks and large bags over 14x14x6 inches (subject to search).
- Laser pointers or flashlights.
- Selfie sticks and/or monopods.
- Smoking or tobacco products.
- Frisbees or inflated balls of any kind.
- Outside food or beverages.
- Metal or glass containers of any kind.
- Un-approved pamphlets, handouts, advertisements, etc.
- Insulting any other persons (which includes by use of banners, signs and other means of visual
propaganda) and carrying out any other activities that humiliate and/or insult people, their
human dignity or business reputation.
- Acting, chanting or using language in any way that is discriminatory or extremist, aimed against
a country, person or group based on race, color of skin, ethnic, national or social background
and wealth, birth or any other status, gender, disability, age, language, religion, political or
other opinion, sexual orientation or on any other grounds.
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.
- Behavior that is socially unacceptable, offensive, unruly or illegal in nature.
- Using or displaying foul or inflammatory language.
- Verbal or physical harassment of opposing teams’ fans.
- Throwing objects onto the field.
- Entering the playing field or interfering with the progress of the match.
- Intoxication or other signs of impairment that results in irresponsible behavior
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.
- Spectators must be 21 years old to purchase alcohol.
- All spectators under 30 years old will be required to present an ID.
- Limit of two beers sold per purchase per spectator.
- Alcohol will not be allowed into or out of the stadium.
- Alcohol sales will end in the 90th minute.
- Team management reserves the right to discontinue sales at any time.
BANNERS, FLAGS, INSTRUMENTS, AND SUPPORTERS SECTION
- Banners, flags, displays, tifos, and instruments are permitted only with pre-approval from the Hartford Athletic Front Office staff and the designated Supporters liaison. Any banners, flags, displays, and tifos must be respectful, cannot obstruct another spectators view and cannot cover any stadium signage. Any displays must be checked in at Gate E up to 90 minutes before kickoff. Team management reserves the right to confiscate or deny any displays at their sole discretion.
- Instruments must be pre-approved by Hartford Athletic Front Office and the Supporters liaison. They must be entered through Gate E and placed 90 minutes prior to kickoff. Placement will be approved by team management and the Supporters liaison. Hartford Athletic reserves the right to deny or remove instruments at its sole discretion. Instruments may only be located in the designated Supporters Section unless otherwise permitted by the Hartford Athletic Front Office.
- The Supporters Section is for fans that would like to chant, sing, drum, wave flags, display banners, stand, jump, and support the Club to the fullest extent. The first row of the Supporters Section is reserved for the designated Supporters Capos as assigned by the Supporters Liaison and Hartford Athletic Front Office.
There will be no re-entry permitted except in the case of a mandatory evacuation.
In the event of severe weather, stadium personnel will make announcements to provide direction to all fans in attendance.
By participating in fan experiences you agree to the following waiver.
DILLON STADIUM HISTORY
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 was renamed Trinity Health Stadium on March 18, 2022. The Dillon name will be prominently commemorated at the stadium as the Dillon legacy lives on.