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My family and I having been going to Duke Football games for years. While the team was beyond bad for years, Coach "Cut" has created a winner and Duke is now a competitive and winning program. The venue has gone through major much needed upgrades...More
We were here for the Duke-Carolina Game. The renovations are well done. The seats are comfortable. The bathrooms were heated. Woohoo. Concessions were varied and affordable. The hot chocolate was tepid. 😑 Everyone was nice and it was a great game. No bags are allowed...More
Duke are really trying to make a go of getting Durham residents to back the Blue Devils on behalf of the city. The season tickets for 27703 zip code residents are a great value. It’s a great little stadium and despite Duke not really being...More
Now that coach Cutcliff has Duke winning again, the fans have driven the crickets out of the stadium. Duke has spent a lot of money renovating the stadium and the did a fine job. The only thing I do not like about Duke football and...More
Not the largest stadium in the conference has a lot of character. Parking is priemium as most college games. Named for one of Duke's most succesful coaches. The 1938 Iron Dukes are one of only three college teams to go undeated, untied and unscored upon...More
We visited this stadium this past football season. The walk through the campus was beautiful, but it was a very long walk. We drove around campus for quite some time looking for a parking area close to the stadium. I am not sure there is...More
My wife and I recently went to a game here as fans of the away team. The people were all good to us and the stadium really was quite nice if not terribly modern. From our seats it looked like there weren't any spots without...More
Newly refurbished Wallace Wade stadium is a real up-grade from years past. And a pre-game visit to the Duke sports museum is a must (even if you aren't a Duke fan -- lots of fun memorabilia). But I write to commend the staff for efforts...More
I went to the Virginia Tech - Duke game in '16 and got my tickets through the Duke ticket office rather than through Virginia Tech where I'm a season ticket holder. The visitors section is at the end zone sections of the... More
I went to the Virginia Tech - Duke game in '16 and got my tickets through the Duke ticket office rather than through Virginia Tech where I'm a season ticket holder. The visitors section is at the end zone sections of the stadium. I ended up with seats on the fifty from Duke through their online.
Since VT brought a ton of fans, I was surrounded by Hokies. And the Duke football fans are kinda docile anyway, so you won't be bothered wearing your colors anywhere on the visitors side... and they're used to being outnumbered at their own stadium.
BTW, there are a couple of visitor lots that are great for tailgating... and an easy walk to the stadium.