Sunday’s Fan Day Means Auburn Football is Less Than Three Weeks Away
(photo:Todd Van Ernst/AU media)
First there was SEC Media Days, then last week the start of fall camp, and now tomorrow Auburn will hold it’s annual Fan Day on The Plains. Yes, Auburn Football is almost here! Just three weeks from the date of this article, the Tigers will be teeing it off against the Arkansas Razorbacks.
In the mean time the Tigers will be taking a break on Sunday to meet and greet the fans. Players and coaches will be available for pictures and autographs in the Auburn Arena between 3:30-5:30 p.m. CT. As always there will be no admission fee and doors will open at 3 p.m.
In addition the soccer and volleyball teams will be available and Aubie will be on hand for photographs along with the Cheerleaders, and Tiger Paws (the dance team). Fans will be able to pickup free posters and schedule cards for the 2014 season inside The Arena. Also each fan is allowed to bring an item to be signed (but only one item).
Fans are asked to enter the Auburn Arena from the south side through the doors leading in to the practice court to access the seniors and through the main entrance to meet the underclassmen football players, cheerleaders, Tiger Paws, Aubie and the volleyball and soccer teams.
To meet Gus Malzahn, fans will have to enter through the Scholarship Entry on the southeast corner of The Arena. According to the official release, time constraints will prevent the taking of pictures with Coach Malzahn.
In addition to Fan Day, Auburn will host “Meet Your Seats,” a time when fans can enter Jordan-Hare Stadium (between 2:30-5:30 pm) and take a first-hand look at available seats to purchase season tickets for the 2014 season. Entrance to the stadium will be available through the west side Gate 11. In addition to the Stadium Parking Deck, free parking will be available at the Auburn Arena and the old Coliseum.
And after this day is over, it won’t be but 2 weeks and 5 days till kickoff. We can hardly wait.
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