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BTV Provides Transportation to Razorback Stadium during Football Season

The Arkansas Razorbacks’ 2019-20 football season is underway, and once again BTV residents can enjoy free transportation to home games at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium in Fayetteville.

The Hogs kicked off their new season at home against Portland State on August 31. They will host a total of seven home games at Razorback Stadium, three of which will be Southeastern Conference play.

During UA football and basketball seasons this year, complimentary transportation will be provided to both Village residents and Carriage Club members.

For football games, simply board the BTV bus at the porte cochère entryway in front of the Commons Center for at drop off at Lot 56 on campus and short walk to the stadium.

During basketball season, which gets underway Oct. 19, board the bus for curbside drop off in front of Bud Walton Arena. It’s that easy and convenient!

It’s no secret that BTV residents have a longstanding tradition of supporting Razorback athletic teams in Fayetteville, and for each new year, being a fan has its new perks.

Last season, Razorback Stadium debuted a major expansion and renovation with a new video board, more stadium seats, and new field-level loge boxes and premium club seating.

This season, when fans arrive to cheer on the Hogs, they’ll see the stadium has said “goodbye” to its artificial turf playing field and “welcome back” to natural grass. For the first time since 2009, the Razorback Stadium has returned to its original natural grass surface, which debuted in 1938. The stadium continues to improve sound quality so fans in the stands won’t miss a single play. And for comfort on those warmer days, complimentary water stations have been placed around the stadium with additional shaded areas and ventilation fans. Returning at the helm for his second year is Head Football Coach Chad Morris, leading the Razorbacks with excitement and a hunger for victory. “There’s only one Razorback,” Morris tells his players, “and you have to work to wear it.”

Questions? Stop by the BTV Transportation Desk in the main lobby, or call the Programs and Events Department at (479) 695-8003 for more information about home game transportation. Then, gather up your friends, family and your Hogs fan gear and get ready for a new season of Razorback sports action!