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Adventure Center/Visitor Information: 3312 Gateway St · Springfield OR (Open daily 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.)
Downtown Eugene Visitor Center: 754 Olive St · Eugene OR (Open Monday-Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.)
Mailing Address: PO Box 10286 · Eugene OR 97440 s


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Only clear bags sized 12x12 inches or smaller may be carried into the stadium. Do not bring backpacks, purses, diaper bags, strollers, zippered seat cushions, binocular or camera bags.

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Autzen Stadium

Autzen Stadium, home of the University of Oregon Ducks football team, is located north of the Willamette River from the UO campus, adjacent Alton Baker Park.

Students walk from campus over the Autzen Footbridge and along a tree-lined path to attend games. On a beautiful fall day with full autumn color, this is a spectacular experience in itself. With plenty of space for tailgating and several sports bars in the vicinity, game day offers many celebratory options.

This iconic outdoor stadium accommodates 54,000 roaring Duck fans, with sellout attendance well over the last decade. Even before the Ducks current national rankings, local fans were resolute in spirit and loyalty. Today, it is the largest sports arena in Oregon, and widely regarded as one of the loudest stadiums in collegiate sports.

University of Oregon Mascot Duck by John Giustina

Traditions include the Oregon Duck mascot astride a motorcycle leading the players onto the field, the PA announcer declaring "it never rains in Autzen Stadium" no matter the weather, blaring a foghorn when the Ducks score, and playing the song "Shout" at the end of the third quarter - a tribute to the National Lampoon's "Animal House" which was filmed here in 1978. Besides movie set, Autzen Stadium has also served as a concert venue for the Grateful Dead and Bob Dylan.

As UO football gained popularity it outgrew its original Hayward Field location and moved to Autzen Stadium in 1967. Since then, stadium upgrades have included the addition of meeting facilities, a new press box, several seating expansions, added luxury boxes, turf resurfacing, a new massive scoreboard and more.

Autzen Stadium at Sunset by Peter Callero

The surrounding sports complex also includes PK Park (baseball), Pape Field (soccer, lacrosse), the Moshofsky Center and the Casanova Center. The Hall of Champions and Hall of Fame trophy and plaque collection on the second floor of the Casanova Center is open for public viewing prior to home games.

Autzen Stadium Quick Links


Autzen Stadium

  • 2727 Leo Harris Pkwy, Eugene OR 97401
  • P: 541.346.4461

Upcoming Events at Autzen Stadium

The University of Oregon Ducks kick off the 2020 football season with a game against North Dakota State at Autzen Stadium. Mario Cristobal… More Info
The University of Oregon Ducks Football Team will play Ohio State at Autzen Stadium for the second game of the 2020 season. Cheer on the… More Info
The University of Oregon Ducks Football team will play against the University of Hawai'i for the third game of the 2020 season, held at… More Info
The Northwest's fiercest rivalry comes to a head as the University of Oregon Ducks take on the University of Washington Huskies. The two… More Info
The University of Oregon Ducks Football Team will host Stanford for a Pac-12 Conference matchup at Autzen Stadium. Cheer on the Ducks as… More Info
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