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AU football championship celebration set for Jan. 22

AUBURN, Ala. - Auburn University will celebrate the Tigers' 2010 National Football Championship Saturday, Jan. 22 at 1 p.m. in Jordan-Hare Stadium. The celebration will last approximately one hour and admission is free. Tickets are not required to enter the stadium, and all seating is general admission and will be first-come, first-served.  

Fans can access the stadium via gates 2, 4, 5 and 7 on the east side of the stadium and gates 12, 14, 15, and 17 on the west side.  All gates will open at 11 a.m., two hours prior to the event.  

Auburn students with a valid Auburn Ignited card will be allowed to stand on the field.  Students can access the field though the field level gates located at the northwest and northeast corners of the stadium below sections 46 and 35.   

Due to the academic calendar, public parking will be available at the hayfields on South Donahue Drive. Shuttles will run from the hayfields from 10 a.m. until two hours post-event. Donahue Drive will be closed from Samford to War Eagle Way starting at 5:00 a.m. 

A limited number of disabled parking spaces will be available in the east Coliseum lot on the day of the event. 

Stadium concessions on the lower level will be open for this event and no outside food or drinks will be allowed into the stadium.  

The AU Team Shop will be open before, during and after the event at several locations around and inside the stadium and at the Auburn Arena location.  Officially licensed National Championship products, apparel and more will be available for purchase.  

A limited number of official National Championship posters will be distributed free of charge as fans exit the stadium following the event. 

Approximately 30 minutes following the celebration, a reverse Tiger Walk will be held from Stadium Gate 10 towards the Athletics Complex.

INFORMATION SOURCE: Auburn Athletics Department

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