Inaugural 2021 Frisco Football Classic Bowl presented by Ryan – Final Score: Miami (Ohio) 27, North Texas 14

This is the second new bowl among the 43 scheduled in post-2021 and helped to accommodate all 83 bowl-eligible teams and 6-7 Hawai’i. The other newcomer to the bowl team in the Wasabi Fenway Park Bowl matching SMU and Virginia in historic Fenway Park at Boston, Mass., on Dec. 29.

This was the first meeting of the RedHawks and Mean Green in football. This also is the first time either team has competed in Frisco, Texas, though UNT men’s and women’s basketball teams have played in the Ryan Conference USA Basketball Championships at Frisco’s The Star at Ford Center over the last few seasons.

Frisco now joins the likes of Pasadena, Calif. (Rose Bowl presented by Capital One and both the Junior Rose and Pasadena Bowls in various years), Dallas (previous Goodyear Cotton Bowls and the SERVPRO First Responder Bowls), New Orleans (Allstate Sugar Bowl and R+L Carriers), and Orlando, Fla. (multiple bowl teams and affiliations) as cities with multiple postseason college football contests in the same city and same year. Toyota Stadium also will host the NCAA FCS championship contest on Saturday, Jan. 8, for the ninth consecutive season when North Dakota State meets Montana State in MSU’s first trek to Frisco.

This is the first time in NCAA bowl annals that a city has hosted two bowls in three days – all the other cities had 8-13 days between games in their localities. In post-2020 there was the possibility of two bowls in Frisco as the New Mexico Bowl was switched to Frisco Dec. 24 after the Dec. 23 SMU-UTSA Tropical Smoothie Café Bowl at Toyota Stadium was cancelled due to COVID-19 protocols.

Miami is 707-474-44 (29th-most victories by a FBS program) in its 134th season of football and 8-5 in bowl encounters. The RedHawks also have captured 22 Ohio Athletic, Buckeye and Mid-American Conferences’ titles – 15th on the list of most loop victories among FBS schools. Miami played in its first bowl outing in the 1947 Sun Bowl under head coach Sid Gillman and edged current Big 12 Conference contender (then in the Border Conference) Texas Tech 13-12.

RedHawks head coach Chuck Martin is 113-59-0 overall in his 14th season as a college head coach and 39-52-0 in his eighth season at Miami with a composite 17-13-0 mark since 2019 and two bowl bids in the last three years. He is now 1-2 in bowl matchups as a head coach at Miami. Martin has led the RedHawks to bowl eligibility in three of his last six seasons and was 2-1 overall the COVID-abbreviated 2020 campaign. The current Miami mentor was 74-7 in six seasons at Grand Valley State from 2004-09 with NCAA Division II championships in both 2005 and ’06. Martin also was a two-sport star in football and basketball at Millikin (Ill.) as an undergrad.

North Texas is 530-527-33 in its 109th season of intercollegiate football and 2-10 in bowl clashes. The Mean Green Eagles have played in six bowls in the last nine seasons. UNT also has won 25 conference football titles (13th-most by any current NCAA FBS member) in the Texas Intercollegiate, Gulf Coast, Missouri Valley, Lone Star, Southland, and Sun Belt Conferences. The Eagles made their first bowl voyage in the non-NCAA-sanctioned 1946 Houston Optimist Bowl and topped Pacific (Calif.) 14-13. UNT’s first “official” bowl skirmish was a 13-6 Salad Bowl setback against Nevada in Phoenix, Ariz., in 1947.

UNT head coach Seth Littrell is 37-38-0 in his sixth year with the Mean Green and 0-5 in bowl tilts. The former Oklahoma standout has placed five of his six North Texas squads in bowls and won the Conference USA West Division crown in 2017. Littrell also has guided his UNT squads to almost half the school’s official bowl games – five of 12 postseason contests.

Two interested observers today are Miami (Ohio) grad Courtney Morrison-Archer of the pressbox media and communications crew and ESPN Radio broadcaster Brian Estridge. Estridge, an Appalachian State grad, was play-by-play broadcaster at Miami immediately before becoming the often-awarded radio broadcaster for the TCU Horned Frogs in 1998 – he is the Frogs longest-tenured football play-by-play voice with 24 seasons and counting.

Every play and team and individual statistic in this game represented a Frisco Football Classic Bowl record.

The two 2021 bowl games in Frisco have helped the post-2021 bowl season to top last year’s 26-game attendance mark after just 11 games. In the abbreviated and COVID-19 limited post-2020 outing, the total attendance was 170,453 for an average of 6,556. Crowds were allowed at just 25 percent of stadium capacity or less at all those encounters. Through 12 bowl this year, the attendance is 215,594 for a 17,966 average prior to today’s tussle in Frisco. The top bowl attendance to date in ’21 has been 34,888 for last night’s Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl – played in Fort Worth and one of five postseason contests in the DFW area this season. The two remaining after three bowls in three days in Frisco and Fort Worth from Dec. 21-23 are the Dec. 28 SERVPRO First Responder Bowl at SMU’s Ford Stadium between Air Force and Louisville and the College Football Playoff Semifinal Goodyear Cotton Bowl on Dec. 31 between No. 1 nationally Alabama and No. 4 Cincinnati.

Miami now leads all Conference USA opponents in composite series 32-16-1 with the most played rivalry against Marshall, which the RedHawks top 30-14-1 in 45 meetings. North Texas is 3-6-0 in nine meetings against five different current members of the Mid-American Conference.

C-USA teams finish the post-2021 bowl season with a 3-5 mark while the MAC is now 1-4 in bowl activity this year. The Mountain West Conference is making an early challenge for the ESPN Bowl Challenge Cup with a 4-0 mark, including MWC member San Diego State’s 38-24 win over UTSA Monday night in the Tropical Smoothie Café Bowl at Toyota Stadium.

Two of the most noted football alumni of the competing schools are QB Ben Roethlisberger of the RedHawks and NFF College Football and Pro Football Halls of Fame member Mean Joe Greene.

Appropriately, two days before Christmas Miami (Red) and North Texas (Green) are decked out in holiday uniform school colors.

North Texas was seeking to win six games in succession for the first time since the 2002 season. The Eagles mounted a five-game winning skein in 2017 en route to the Conference USA West Division title and closed the year at 9-5 overall. The last similar victory skein for UNT was seven wins in a row to close the 2002 campaign with an 8-5 record and the Sun Belt Conference championship. The Mean Green ended that season with a 24-19 win over current American Athletic Conference and CFP powerhouse Cincinnati in the R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl.

The Redhawks finished the season with five wins in their last seven games and had one of the country’s toughest openers against now-No. 4 Cincinnati – in the 125th game of those nearby rivals’ storied series covering 125 games and now tied 59-59-7 after a 49-14 Bearcats win.

Miami QB Brett Gabbert is the younger brother of former Missouri All-Big 12 Conference QB and 11-year NFL veteran Blaine Gabbert. Brett Gabbert ended the afternoon with 22-of-31 passing for 228 yards and two TDs. Brett Gabbert now has six games with 220 yards passing or more this season.

Miami kicker Graham Nicholson booted one of the longest field goal in the first 13 games of post-2021 bowl season with a 48-yarder in the first quarter and added a 36-yarder in the second period. He added three PAT kicks for a nine point day.

The Redhawks registered two pass interceptions today after making seven in their first 12 games.

North Texas punter Bernardo Rodriguez had a pair of long boots of 70 and 62 yards and ended with a 54-yard average on five kicks.

More Texas-MAC-Miami ties: Former Mid-American Conference commissioner Rick Chryst once interned with and later became assistant commissioner of the Southwest Conference, chich was based in Dallas from 1915-96 before moving to the Atlantic Coast Conference and then to the MAC as commissioner from 1999-2009. Longtime MAC deputy commissioner and chief operating officer since 1999 Bob Gennarelli was assistant to the commissioner of the SWC the late Fred Jacoby (who was MAC commissioner from 1973-82) from 1986-92.

One distinguished media visitor today was North Texas broadcasting alumnus and radio Voice of the Texas Longhorns Craig Way – one of the first days off he has taken off in at least 4-5 years,

Both teams have histories of nationally-known and National Football Foundation College Hall of Fame head coaches. Miami’s “Cradle of Coaches” greats have included Woody Hayes (later moved to Ohio State), Ara Parseghian (also famed at Notre Dame), John Pont, Sid Gillman, Bo Schembechler (of Michigan fame as well), and Chuck Martin (two NCAA DII titles at Grand Valley State), among others. Those who have guided the Mean Green ably since the 1913 outing have been College Hall of Famer Hayden Fry, Odus Mitchell, Darrell Dickey, Dan McCarney (who also restored Iowa State’s fortunes in the 1990s and 2000s), Darrell Dickey, and Seth Littrell (captain of Oklahoma’s 2000 Bowl Championship Series champ over Florida State). National football championship head coaches Paul Brown and Paul Dietzel also are Miami alumni, and some famed North Texas administrators in athletics are Fry, Texas Tech coaching legend and former Missouri Valley Conference commissioner DeWitt Weaver, current AD Wren Baker, Rick Villareal, retired faculty athletics representative Dr. Roy Busby, and award-winning UNT athletics publicists Bill Moyers (later White House press secretary, now 87 years young) and the late Fred Graham.

Most of the statistics’ crew at both SMU home games and for several DFW area bowl games have undergraduate or advanced degrees from North Texas but have maintained total stats’ neutrality. Two crew members have taught as adjunct or assistant professors in UNT’s famed Mayborn School of Journalism.

2021-22 Bowl Schedules, Results, Attendance – 43 Bowls (Attendance Noted, all television airtimes EST) – Results and Schedule Through Early Dec. 23, 2021
Friday, Dec. 17 Bahamas Bowl Middle Tennessee 31, Toledo 24, 13,596
Friday, Dec. 17 Cure Bowl Coastal Carolina 47, Northern Illinois 41, 9,784
Saturday, Dec. 18 Boca Raton Bowl WKU 59, Appalachian State 38, 15,429
Saturday, Dec. 18 Cricket Celebration Bowl South Carolina State 31, Jackson State 10, 48,653
Saturday, Dec. 18 New Mexico Bowl Fresno State 31, UTEP 24, 16,422
Saturday, Dec. 18 Radiance Technologies Independence Bowl UAB 31, BYU 28, 26,276
Saturday, Dec. 18 Lendingtree Bowl Liberty 56, Eastern Michigan 20, 15,186
Saturday, Dec. 18 Jimmy Kimmel Los Angeles Bowl Utah State 24, Oregon State 13, 29,896
Saturday, Dec. 18 R&L Carriers New Orleans Bowl Louisiana 36, Marshall 21, 21,642
Monday, Dec. 20 Myrtle Beach Bowl presented by TaxAct Tulsa 30, Old Dominion 17, 6,557
Tuesday, Dec. 21 Famous Idaho Potato Bowl Wyoming 52, Kent State 38, TBD
Tuesday, Dec. 21 Tropical Smoothie Cafe Frisco Bowl San Diego State 38, UTSA 24, 15,801
Wednesday, Dec. 22 Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl Army West Point 24, Missouri 22, 34,888
Thursday, Dec. 23 Frisco Football Classic Bowl Miami (Ohio) 27, North Texas 14, 11,721
Thursday, Dec. 23 Union Home Mortgage Gasparilla Bowl, 7 p.m. Florida vs. UCF, ESPN, Tampa, Fla.

Conference Records in 2021-22 Bowls (Through Early Dec. 23 - 13 Bowls)
AAC 1-0
ACC 0-0
Big Ten 0-0
Big 12 0-0
C-USA 3-5
Independents 2-1
MAC 1-4
MWC 4-0
Pac-12 0-1
SEC 0-1
Sun Belt 2-1

Note: The 2019-20 postseason was the 27th consecutive bowl season (since 1993-94) where attendance topped one million. The record for total attendance is 1,822,387 with an average of 52,068 in 2010-11, and the attendance average mark is 65,178 for eight bowls in 1966-67 with total attendance of 521,427.

Total 2021-22 Attendance 13 Bowls: 227,315, average: 17,486
Total 2020-21 Attendance 26 Bowls: 170,453, average: 6,556 (COVID-19 attendance regulations)
Total 2019-20 Attendance 40 Bowls: 1,632,485, average: 40,812
Total 2018-19 Attendance 39 Bowls: 1,602,618 average: 41,093
Total 2017-18 Attendance 40 Bowls: 1,620,253, average: 40,506
Total 2016-17 Attendance 41 Bowls: 1,710,424, average: 41,718
Total 2015-16 Attendance 41 bowls: 1,797,798, average: 43,849
Total 2014-15 Attendance 39 bowls: 1,730,624, average: 44,372
Total 2013-14 Attendance 35 bowls: 1,714,617, average: 48,989
Total 2012-13 Attendance 35 bowls: 1,722,824, average: 49,224
Total 2011-12 Attendance 35 bowls: 1,765,224, average: 50,435
Total 2010-11 Attendance 35 bowls: 1,822,387 (record), average: 52,068

Ryan named presenting sponsor of Frisco Football Classic

FRISCO, TEXAS — Ryan, a leading global tax services and software provider, will be the presenting sponsor of the Frisco Football Classic college football bowl game.

The Frisco Football Classic presented by Ryan will feature Miami (OH) (6-6), representing the Mid-American Conference, and North Texas (6-6), representing Conference USA, on Thursday, Dec. 23, at 2:30 p.m. CT at Toyota Stadium in Frisco, Texas. The game will air on ESPN.

“We are delighted to welcome Ryan as a presenting sponsor of the Frisco Football Classic and look forward to having this leading Dallas-based company as part of a fantastic college football bowl event, “said Frisco Football Classic executive director Sean Johnson.

“Ryan is proud to sponsor the Frisco Football Classic and support student-athletes from these two incredible schools, said Ryan Chairman and CEO G. Brint Ryan. “We wish them continued success both on and off the field.”

The Frisco Football Classic presented by Ryan is one of 18 college football bowl games owned and operated by ESPN Events during the 2021 Bowl Season. Fans can purchase tickets at and follow the bowl online on twitter @FBFriscoClassic or Instagram at FBFriscoClassic.


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ESPN Events 
ESPN Events, a division of ESPN, owns and operates a portfolio of 35 collegiate sporting events nationwide. The roster includes five early-season college football games, 17 college bowl games, 12 college basketball events and a college softball event, which accounts for approximately 400 hours of live programming, reaches nearly 64 million viewers and attracts over 800,000 attendees each year. With satellite offices in more than 10 markets across the country, ESPN Events builds relationships with conferences, schools and local communities, as well as providing unique experiences for teams and fans.

For more information, visit the official websiteFacebookTwitter or YouTube pages.

2021 Frisco Football Classic Preview

North Texas (6-6) vs. Miami (6-6)

December 23, 2:30 p.m., Toyota Stadium, Frisco, Texas


Conferences: Conference USA (UNT) vs. Mid-American (Miami)

By Troy Phillips

Win, and you’re in. Probably.

Past college football seasons have seen six-win teams reach that bowl-eligible threshold but receive no postseason invitation.

Other years, 5-7 teams were needed to fill bowl slots.

Bowl Season has its eccentricities. When the 2021 regular season wrapped December 5, there were 83 bowl-eligible teams, including 6-7 Hawaii for 41 bowl games.

Adding Hawaii required one more game, and in the 11th-hour, the inaugural Frisco Football Classic filled the need for a 42nd bowl.

North Texas and Miami both hit that magic win number at 6-6, and they’ll square off in the Frisco Football Classic on December 23 at Toyota Stadium in Frisco, Texas. Kickoff is set for 2:30 p.m. on ESPN.

It’s the third short drive for UNT for a bowl game. The Mean Green appeared in the 2014 and 2016 Heart of Dallas Bowl (now the Servpro First Responder Bowl). Both UNT and Miami are making their 13th bowl appearances.

UNT now has bowled four times in the past five seasons after the 2020 Myrtle Beach Bowl, 2018 New Mexico Bowl and 2017 New Orleans Bowl. Miami fell 27-17 to Louisiana in the 2020 Lending Tree Bowl.

Getting to six required contrasting methods and styles for UNT and Miami, which knocked off Bowling Green 34-7 for its sixth win. The RedHawks recovered from a 2-4 start and were a 1-point overtime loss to Kent State from winning seven games and making the MAC Championship.

UNT staggered to a 1-6 start, a bowl looking unlikely at mid-season. A mix of favorable second-half scheduling, tightened-up defense (17 ppg allowed over five consecutive victories), an overtime win against Rice and beating two other bowl-bound teams all fell UNT’s way to get No. 6.

UNT saved its best “have-to” for the final week of the regular season. On November 27, No. 15 UTSA, then 11-0 and one of the Group of Five’s 2021 Cinderellas, was rolled under in Denton.

UNT rushed for 340 yards, six TDs and 20 first downs in a 45-23 rout. UTSA (12-1) still advanced to and won the Conference USA Championship game, but UNT won six at the best possible moment against, by far, its top opponent.

“This is a great reward for our players and all they accomplished this season,” UNT coach Seth Littrell said. “We are excited for this chance nearby in Frisco to compete in front of our fans again, especially against a talented Miami team.”

Miami will face a UNT offense averaging nearly 250 rushing yards a game and with 30 rushing touchdowns. The RedHawks led the MAC in scoring defense (22.0), rush defense (120.5), sacks (30) and fourth-down conversion defense (66.7 percent).

Miami quarterback Brett Gabbert, the younger brother of NFL quarterback Blaine Gabbert, has thrown for 2,418 yards and 24 touchdowns, with just six interceptions. UNT running back DeAndre Torrey has 1,255 yards and 13 TDs rushing.

Miami coach Chuck Martin said not winning the MAC East division by that slim overtime margin was disappointing, but “we’re excited to win six and get to a bowl game. We’re excited to have the opportunity, and we’ll be ready.”

Miami and North Texas Selected to Play in the Frisco Football Classic Bowl

FRISCO, TEXAS — Miami (6-6), representing the Mid-American Conference, and North Texas (6-6), representing Conference USA, will meet in the Frisco Football Classic Bowl on Thursday, Dec. 23, at 2:30 p.m. CT at Toyota Stadium in Frisco, Texas. The game will air on ESPN.

“We are thrilled to announce the Frisco Football Classic Bowl between Miami and North Texas, accomplished programs from the Mid-American Conference and Conference USA, respectively,” said Frisco Football Classic executive director Sean Johnson. “We are excited to welcome the teams and their enthusiastic fan bases to Frisco, Texas.”

Miami will be playing in its second bowl game in three years. The RedHawks played in the Lending Tree Bowl in 2019 where they lost to Louisiana 27-17. They are led by sophomore linebacker Ivan Pace Jr. who has a team-best 116 tackles, including 13 tackles for loss, to go along with four sacks.

North Texas will be playing in its fifth bowl game in six years. The Mean Green played in the Myrtle Beach Bowl, where they fell to Appalachian State 56-28. They started the 2021 season 1-6 but are riding a five-game winning streak as they head to the Frisco Football Classic, including a 45-23 win eventual Conference USA champion UTSA on Nov. 27.

The Frisco Football Classic is one of 18 college football bowl games owned and operated by ESPN Events during the 2021 Bowl Season.

ESPN Events 
ESPN Events, a division of ESPN, owns and operates a portfolio of 35 collegiate sporting events nationwide. The roster includes five early-season college football games, 17 college bowl games, 12 college basketball events and a college softball event, which accounts for approximately 400 hours of live programming, reaches nearly 64 million viewers and attracts over 800,000 attendees each year. With satellite offices in more than 10 markets across the country, ESPN Events builds relationships with conferences, schools and local communities, as well as providing unique experiences for teams and fans.

For more information, visit the official websiteFacebookTwitter or YouTube pages.

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Stadium Information


Opened on August 6, 2005, Toyota Stadium and Toyota Soccer Center is a 145-acre multipurpose sports and entertainment facility located at the intersection of Main Street and Dallas North Tollway in Frisco, Texas. It is the home stadium for FC Dallas and hosts the FCS Championship Game, the Frisco Bowl, the Frisco Football Classic, as well a variety of concerts, tournaments and other events.


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Approved bags include:

  • Bags that are clear plastic and do not exceed 14” x 6” x 14”.
  • Small clutch purses or crossbody bags (with or without straps) that are no larger than 5.5” x 8.5”.
  • One-gallon clear plastic freezer bags.
  • Credentialed media and staff, team personnel and credentialed guests will not be subject to the bag restrictions but will continue to enter at the designated stadium checkpoints where they will be subject to screening and bag inspections.
  • Exceptions will be made for medically-necessary items. Please email [email protected] to get special clearance for medically-necessary items.

Bags that are no longer approved will include:

  • Backpacks
  • Briefcases
  • Camera bags
  • Cinch bags
  • Computer cases
  • Coolers
  • Diaper bags
  • Fanny packs
  • Luggage
  • Opaque purses exceeding 5.5” x 8.5”
  • Oversized tote bags and mesh bags
  • Seat cushions with backs
  • Tinted or printed pattern plastic bags

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Why adopt this policy?

Clear bag policies are becoming the standard at sports facilities, including NCAA Division I, professional sports venues and PGA Tour events. This policy will aid in improving fan safety. It also streamlines the entry process and aligns with other bag/purse policies in DFW, including the policies at AT&T Stadium, Amon G. Carter Stadium (TCU) and Gerald J. Ford Stadium (SMU). Other venues have seen decreases in wait times to enter the facility.

How does it make entry into Toyota Stadium more convenient for fans?

This policy allows our guests to move through our security gates at our stadium entrances faster by allowing staff to be more efficient in checking bags that are brought to Toyota Stadium. We hope that guests will experience shorter lines and enter the stadium with fewer delays.

How many bags can each person carry into Toyota Stadium?

Each guest can enter Toyota Stadium with one large clear bag (14” x 14” x 6” or one-gallon clear plastic freezer bag) and an approved clutch or crossbody bag (no larger than 5.5” x 8.5”). The clutch purse can be carried separately from the clear bag and will be subject to search.

Do fans have to put everything into the permissible bags?

No. Each guest is permitted to carry items such as keys, phone, wallet, credit cards, etc., if they choose not to put them in a clear bag or clutch purse. Extra jackets, blankets, binoculars without cases and cameras without cases can be carried into Toyota Stadium. Only prohibited items cannot be carried in clear bags into Toyota Stadium. Please click HERE for a list of prohibited items.

Can fans bring blankets during cold weather?

Yes. Guests are welcome to carry blankets outside of a clear bag. Blankets with pockets will be subject to search prior to stadium entry. Blankets are also available for sale at the Toyota Stadium Team Store.

What can fans substitute for diaper bags?

Diapers and other baby supplies can be carried in a clear bag. Each member of a family, including children, is allowed to carry one approved bag and a clutch into the stadium.

What will happen if I show up with a prohibited bag?

Guests who arrive at Toyota Stadium entrances with prohibited bags will not be permitted through the gates. In these cases, prohibited bags will need to be returned to guests’ vehicles. Guests can then return with an approved clear bag and gain entry into Toyota Stadium.


During major sporting events, tickets for upcoming events are sold at the advance ticket sales window, located on the North side of the stadium. You can also purchase tickets in advance by calling the Frisco Football Classic Sales Team at (855) 492-8053.


Children that are three (3) feet or shorter are not required to have a ticket into Toyota Stadium for sporting events. Children that are three feet or shorter may sit in a ticket holder’s lap, so long as the child does not obstruct the view of others nearby. There will be a height check station at all gates. If a child is taller than three feet, they must provide a ticket for entry.

Policies may vary for concerts and special events. Please contact Customer Service at 469-365-0000 or [email protected] for information pertaining to specific events.


Alcohol may not be brought in or out of Toyota Stadium. Texas law states that a person must be 21 years of age to purchase and/or consume alcoholic beverages. Within the stadium, the sale of beer is limited to two per customer, per purchase. All sales will cease at the end of the 3rd quarter of the Frisco Football Classic. Every guest will be asked to present a valid driver’s license at the time of purchase. We reserve the right to refuse the sale of alcohol at our discretion. If you choose to drink, please do so responsibly.


Toyota Stadium has four Automated Teller Machines (ATMs).  Inside the stadium there are ATMs located on the East and West concourses as well as one inside the Stadium Club. Additionally, there is one located outside of the South gate.  There is also an ATM located in the soccer complex at Victory Center.


Banner and flags are encouraged; provided they are not commercial, offensive, or in poor taste. Banners and/or flags may not obstruct the view of any guests, stadium signage, or present any safety hazards. For safety reasons you may only attach a banner and/or flag to a bendable pipe material such as PVC. Toyota Stadium reserves the right to remove and/or confiscate any sign, banner, or flag for any reason. Toyota Stadium requires prior permission to attach any sign, banner, or flag to any railing inside the park.


The Main Box Office is located on the North side of the stadium at Toyota Stadium. The Box Office is open on event days beginning four (4) hours prior to the start of the event.

Lost or Stolen Tickets

Lost tickets may be replaced for season ticket holders by calling Customer Service at 469-365-0000 or [email protected].

-Note: Toyota Stadium cannot guarantee the replacement of individual tickets unless proof of purchase can be tracked to a specific transaction.

With a state-of-the-art ticket and scanning system at Toyota Stadium, new tickets can be reprinted and the lost tickets voided. Therefore, the old tickets will be denied entry to the building. If season tickets are believed stolen, the account holder is encouraged to file a police report with his/her local law enforcement agency and provide the Box Office with a copy.

Ticket Sales

Tickets may be purchased at or by calling the ticket group at (855) 492-8053. Tickets can also be purchased at the North Box Office.  Tickets for each year’s bowl game will typically go on sale approximately September 1 of each year.

Box Office Hours of Operations

Box Office hours are Monday through Friday from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm or four (4) hours prior to a weekend event, and during all scheduled stadium events.

Will Call

Will Call is located on the North side of the stadium at the main Box Office. You must provide your own picture ID when picking up Will Call tickets.

Payment Options

The Box Office accepts Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, and cash.


Cameras and hand-held video cameras are permitted in the stadium for the Frisco Football Classic No images captured at Toyota Stadium may be used for commercial purposes without the written consent of FC Dallas Soccer, LLC and its affiliates. FC Dallas, Toyota Stadium, and most sponsor advertisements, logos, and other materials are protected by United State intellectual property laws. Persons who violate this policy may be liable for intellectual property infringement. Guests may contact Toyota Stadium in advance of an event to find out the specific policy for that event by calling 469-365-0000 or emailing [email protected].

Selfie sticks are not allowed inside Toyota Stadium during games.


Guests are prohibited from wearing any clothing displaying profane or offensive material. Guests wearing prohibited clothing may be denied entry into the facility until the profane or offensive material is no longer visible. Guests found within the facility wearing clothing displaying items that can be construed as profane, or offensive, will be asked to provide a solution where the items will no longer be displayed. If no solution can be found or the solution does not meet the satisfaction of management, the guest may be ejected from the facility.


All Toyota Stadium guests are expected to maintain reasonable and appropriate behavior at all times. Any behavior defying the code of conduct, as determined by facility management can result in ejection and possible arrest. Guests who are ejected from the facility will not receive a refund for their ticket(s) or be compensated in any way. Inappropriate behavior includes, but is not limited to:

  • Standing on chairs/seats
  • Entering a seating area without the correct ticket
  • Drunk and/or disorderly conduct
  • Fighting or challenging others to fight
  • Interference with the event, or participants of the event in any way
  • Throwing, tossing, or discharging any object within the facility

Note: Streamers/confetti may be thrown in times of celebration of our team’s success. Streamers or confetti thrown at players, referees or any event staff or during game action is considered prohibited behavior.

Kicking or throwing inflated soccer balls or Frisbees.

Any throwing of objects on the field, fighting, or discriminatory language qualify someone as being subject to immediate ejection

Excessive, unsolicited or unwarranted use of foul language (individual or collective) will be treated on a case by case basis with a specific warning prior to ejection

Violating Toyota Stadium rules, regulations, or policies

Violating any local, state, or federal laws

Toyota Stadium management reserves the right to deny entry of any guest displaying inappropriate behavior, as determined by facility/event management. For event-specific policies, please contact Customer Service at 469-365-0000 or [email protected].


See “Prohibited Items.”


Toyota Stadium has 10 permanent concession stands and plenty of portable concession kiosks throughout the stadium. Concession stands offer a wide assortment of specialty foods. There are also plenty of your fan favorites like hot dogs, nachos, popcorn, soda, and beer. You may use cash and/or credit cards at the fixed concessions locations and cash only at the portable locations. Hours of operation for concession sales within Toyota Stadium will vary depending on the schedule of events.


Toyota Stadium is used over 300 days per year, showcasing a wide variety of local, regional, national, and international programming. The stadium will host approximately 600,000 fans per year. Attendance at the Sports Park will also exceed 600,000 annually with the broad array of programming including soccer tournaments, development programs, corporate outings, and other special events.

Toyota Stadium is a multi-purpose facility featuring a wide array of events year-round.

Contact Sean Johnson at [email protected] or 469-365-0203 for more information or to see if a package can be developed to meets your company’s marketing strategies and goals. Packages created can provide integrated marketing platforms reaching millions of people annually which include stadium programming sports/soccer park programming, the FC Dallas organization, and/or members associated with North Texas State Soccer Association, depending upon your corporate needs.


Credit cards are accepted throughout Toyota Stadium. Credit cards may be used at the Box Office, Merchandise Stands, and most Concession Stands. Accepted cards include: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover.


Diaper changing stations are located in all men’s, women’s, and family restrooms. 


Toyota Stadium is located off the Dallas North Tollway and Main Street.

From the South on US75 – Go North on US 75 until you reach 635 West. Take 635 West and exit the Dallas North Tollway going North. Continue on the Tollway and exit Main St. /Cotton Gin Rd. Stadium will be on your right-hand side.

Or … Go North on US 75 to 121 S. Take 121 S to the Dallas North Tollway, and there go North until you reach the Main St./Cotton Gin Rd. exit. Stadium is on the right-hand side.

From the East – travel West on 635 until you reach the Dallas North Tollway. Take the Tollway North and exit Main St./Cotton Gin Rd. The stadium will be on your right-hand side. (Approximately 16 miles)

From the West – travel East on 635 until you reach the Dallas North Tollway. Take the Tollway North and exit the Main St./Cotton Gin Rd. The stadium will be on your right-hand side. (Approximately 16 miles)

From the North – take US 35E or US 75 south to Highway 380. From US 35E go east, and from US 75 go west, on 380 to reach the Dallas Parkway. Go South on the Tollway to the Main St./Cotton Gin Rd. exit. The stadium will be on your left.

From Denton – Take US 380 East to Dallas Parkway, then go South to Main St. and the stadium will be on your left.

From McKinney – Take US 380 West to Dallas Parkway and go South to the Main St./Cotton Gin Rd. exit. The stadium will be on the left.


Toyota Stadium is committed to providing every guest with comfortable and enjoyable experience at its facility. Toyota Stadium meets all ADA requirements. Please contact us ahead of time if you need any special accommodations. All ADA seats are located at the top of the seating bowl (sections 105-132, row 31).


Drinking fountains are located throughout the main concourse and suite levels of the stadium.


Drums are permitted provided they do not feature language or graphics that are commercial, offensive, or in poor taste. Drums must be placed on the lap of the ticketed spectator. Drums may not obstruct the view of any guests, stadium signage, or present any safety hazard. Toyota Stadium will only allow ‘mallet’ style drumsticks (drumsticks with a big soft round head). Toyota Stadium reserves the right to remove and/or confiscate any drum or marching mallet at any time. 


Attending an event at Toyota Stadium should be an enjoyable and safe experience for all. It is our goal to avoid ejections or arrests. However, it is of primary importance that each guest is able to enjoy a quality experience while in attendance. Therefore, a code of conduct will be enforced that emphasizes good sportsmanship and generally accepted standards of behavior. Season ticket holders and suite holders are responsible for the actions of their guests and are subject to cancellation of tickets. See “Code of Conduct”.


Guests with disabilities, or temporary conditions, that prevent them from using stairwells and need access to the field must enter through the East gate and notify a Toyota Stadium employee. This employee will make arrangements to use the Eastside elevator. This elevator is not for public use and may only be used by request and escort only. If entering through any other gate, please go to Guest Services for this request, located on the Northeast corner of the stadium, next to First Aid.


In the unlikely event that an emergency situation would require the stadium to be evacuated, instructions will be relayed via the public-address system. If such circumstances arise, please remain calm, use common sense and follow any instructions as they are announced. In the event that the PA system is unavailable, please proceed toward the nearest Toyota Stadium employee for further instruction.


Family Restrooms are private restrooms available only for families. These facilities also contain changing tables for use by families with small children. There are 8 family restrooms on the main concourse level located behind sections 102, 113, 120, 124, 132, and the North East concourse. For your additional convenience all public restroom facilities also have diaper-changing stations.


Stadium guests are not permitted access to the playing field at any time unless they have the appropriate credentials or tickets. Anyone entering the field without proper credentials is subject to removal from the stadium and arrest.


Any guests involved in physical or verbal altercations are subject to ejection and arrest. See “Code of Conduct”.


If you require medical assistance within the stadium, please contact the nearest Toyota Stadium employee or proceed to the First Aid station located in the Northeast building next to the FC Dallas Team Shop.


The following items may NOT be brought into the facility:

  • Glass or plastic bottles of any kind
  • Outside food or beverages of any kind
  • Aluminum cans/metal cans of any kind

Guests may dispose of or return to their vehicles any unauthorized items prior to entering into the facility. Items will not be stored, secured, or kept for return by Toyota Stadium.

For special dietary needs, infant needs, and medical concerns, please contact Customer Service.  Policies may vary for concerts and special events. Please contact Customer Service at 469-365-0000 or [email protected] for specific event policies.


For the Frisco Football Classic, gates will open 2 hours prior to event start time for ticket holders. Please check the website before games that may be sold out, international games and games with premium give-a-ways for gate opening times as those are generally opened earlier. Call Customer Service at 469-365-0000 or [email protected] for all other opening times.


Guest Services is located on the Northeast concourse of the stadium, at the top of Section 133 Services offered at Guest Services include:

  • Guest/General information assistance
  • Lost and Found
  • Resolution of ticket issues
  • Guest feedback forms
  • Stroller check-in
  • Ticket relocations

In addition, Guest Service staff is located throughout the facility to provide information and assistance.


For the Frisco Football Classic, handicap seating is available at the top row 31 of each of the following sections: 105-132. For all concerts, handicap seating is available at the top of certain sections and on the floor level. Please see “Elevator” section for specific instructions for access.  Handicap parking spaces are available in each parking lot on a first come, first served basis. Toyota Stadium meets all ADA requirements.


All guests at Toyota Stadium are expected to drink responsibly and ensure they have a safe and responsible means of transportation before leaving the facility. Any guest who is intoxicated/impaired entering Toyota Stadium will be denied entry to the facility. Any guests found intoxicated/impaired within Toyota Stadium and causing a disturbance, determined by management will be asked to leave the facility without refund and may be subject to further consequences, such as arrest.


In the stadium, if you find an item that is not yours, please take it to Guest Services above Section 133.

If you find/lose an item within the Soccer Park Complex, those items are collected in the concession stand located at the Victory Center in the center of the Soccer Park.

After an Event

Guests wishing to inquire about the possibility of retrieving a lost item after an event should call 469-365-0013, or email [email protected]. Guests wanting to claim a found item must be ready to positively identify their item.

Lost and found items will be logged and kept by Customer Service for fourteen (14) calendar days. Unclaimed items will be donated to charity after this holding period.


Customer Service suggests that a parent/guardian place a ticket stub inside each child’s pocket or sock to assist Toyota Stadium staff in locating a child’s group in the event of separation. Separated children and parents should contact the nearest Toyota Stadium employee or go to Guest Services located in the Northeast building by the FC Dallas Team Shop that will be open from gate opening to thirty minutes after event end time.


  • No unapproved marketing will be allowed on Toyota Stadium property (including parking lots). This includes, but is not limited to:
  • Unauthorized distribution of literature, business cards, flyers, handouts of any kind, pamphlets, other written forms, etc.
  • Placing of any unapproved material on car windshields.
  • Chanting or shouting words associated with commercial advertising.
  • Wearing clothing in a manner intended to advertise.
  • Possessing banners, flags, signs, or posters displaying words or pictures associated with commercial advertising.
  • Product sampling of any kind. All cases are subject to review and decision by facility/event management. Guests found to be marketing may be subject to ejection and removal from Toyota Stadium.
  • Guests found passing out literature or any written forms of unauthorized marketing will be asked to collect all pieces of marketing handed out and dispose of them in the trash. If necessary, the guest or marketing company is subject to being billed by Toyota Stadium for any additional clean-up costs.
  • Guest/companies repeatedly found marketing on property might be cited with trespassing.  If your company or organization is interested in advertising, marketing or sampling product at Toyota Stadium, call 469-365-0128 for sponsorship pricing options.


For the Frisco Football Classic, the Toyota Stadium parking lot will open 6 hours prior to kickoff and parking is $20 in designated lots. Reserved parking pass customers must enter the appropriate lot at the entrance indicated on their parking pass and follow the directions given by the parking attendants.


Service animals (i.e. – guide dogs) are the only pets allowed into Toyota Stadium and Toyota Stadium complex.


The Press/Media entrance is located on the Northwest side of the stadium. The gated entrance is the first gate from the locker room building. Access is restricted to credentialed press and media only. Approved media may pick up their credentials at the Media Will-Call window located at the North Box Office. The window opens up 2 hours prior to kickoff on game day, at which time they may enter the Media Entrance. For media questions, contact Ray Mallouk at [email protected].


See “Code of Conduct”.


The Frisco Football Classic, in conjunction with Frisco law enforcement officials, is dedicated to providing a safe and secure environment in which to enjoy events at Toyota Stadium. Police officers are stationed near each entrance gate and all persons entering the stadium are subject to search and questioning. Full cooperation with the authorities is appreciated and will help speed the progression of the lines.

Items NOT permitted into the facility:

  • Weapons of any kind (i.e. knives (including pocket knives), pepper spray, stun-guns, slingshots, concealed weapons, firearms etc.)
  • Fireworks of any kind (including smoke bombs and flares)
  • No glass and plastic bottles, cans, cups, coolers, containers, food or beverages of any kind
  • Air horns, whistles, seat cushions
  • Illegal drugs or chemicals
  • Laser pointers
  • Cups
  • Bags larger than 14x14x6
  • Inflated Soccer Balls
  • Umbrellas
  • Animals (except service animals)
  • Un-approved pamphlets, handouts, advertisements, etc.
  • Skateboards, roller blades, roller skates, etc.


THE FRISCO FOOTBALL CLASSIC: There is a no re-entry policy in place for the Frisco Football Classic. Exception: for safety reasons due to inclement weather, fans may seek safety in their vehicles.


It shall be unlawful for any person to resell or offer the resell a ticket to an event in any city right-of-way, city property or property owned, leased, or managed by the event sponsor. All violators will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.


Toyota Stadium is the first Green-Friendly sports venue in Texas. Please recycle your empty plastic bottles or cups in any of the “Kick in to Win” recycling bins located throughout the facility.


The Winners’ Club by WinStar World Casino & Resort is a fully operated restaurant and bar. It is located inside the West Gates and gives guests the opportunity to enjoy quality food in a relaxing setting before or during the event. The Stadium Club is open to all ticket holders during the Frisco Football Classic, but may be closed prior to game time for a private event.


All restrooms throughout Toyota Stadium are wheelchair accessible. The following is a list of areas where restrooms are located:


  • Men, Women and Family restrooms are inside Dr. Pink field, or located at the Victory Plaza.

Main Concourse Level:

  • Women – Behind sections 101, 111, 113, 119, 123, 130, and 133 (North East Concourse)
  • Men – Behind sections 102, 111, 114, 120, 124, 131, 133 (North East Concourse)
  • Family – Behind sections 102, 113, 120, 124, 132, North East Concourse

Stadium Club:

  • Women – Adjacent to Suite Level access stairs
  • Men – Adjacent to Suite Level access stairs

Suite Level:

  • Women – Across from Suite 15
  • Men – Across from Suite 16


The sections are numbered from the Northwest corner of the stadium (section 100) and increases in a counter-clockwise direction (ends with section 133).

Viewed from the field, seats are numbered from right to left and rows are numbered from the bottom beginning with 1. There are some exceptions with the South corners of the stadium in sections 113 and 121 rows in these sections start at 8. There are 30 rows in most sections.


Smoking is not permitted in the stadium seating areas or along the railing overlooking the seating bowl, club, suites or restrooms. The designated smoking areas are located on each of the four concourses, just inside the stadium gates.


The Winner’s Club by WinStar World Casino & Resort is a fully operated restaurant and bar. It is located inside the West gates and gives guests the opportunity to enjoy quality food in a relaxing setting before, during and after events. All ticket holders have access inside the club during the Frisco Football Classic. Also, ONLY Club Loge ticket holders have access to the reserved seats in front of the glass overlooking the field of play.


Strollers are permitted for younger children. As a safety measure, we ask that you check the stroller at Guest Services located in the Northeast building next to the FC Dallas Team Shop that will be open from gate opening to thirty minutes after event end time.


Suites are available on multi-year leases or on rent-per-event basis. For information on leasing please contact the Sales Manager for the Suites at 469-365-0195.

All suites have restrictions on the number of guests in the suite. Suites exceeding capacity may be closed for the event and all guests ejected at the discretion of management.


Pre-game tailgating is permitted if conducted in a safe and respectful manner and does not disrupt other fans, interfere with normal parking procedures or extend into additional spaces. Outside food companies are not permitted to deliver catering orders for tailgate activities. All tailgating activities must comply with proper fan decorum. No open flame grills allowed.


There are 31 flat panel televisions in the Winner’s Club by WinStar World Casino & Resort. The televisions allow the guest to keep up with the in-house action or catch up on other games or events being televised nationally or internationally.


Throwing objects within the facility or onto the field is strictly prohibited. Guest found throwing any object within the facility will be ejected and subject to arrest. See “Code of Conduct”.


The Toyota Stadium Tollway marquee is used to promote upcoming events at Toyota Stadium. It is 51 feet tall from the ground to the top of the arc. The LED board measures 24 feet wide by 20 feet tall. It’s located about halfway up the Toyota Stadium complex, adjacent to the service road which borders the Tollway.


Umbrellas may NOT be brought into the stadium due to obstruction to other fans and safety concerns. In the event of inclement weather, guests are encouraged to bring appropriate apparel such as raincoats, pullovers or ponchos. See “Prohibited Items” for more information.


Toyota Stadium has a total of 10 Daktronics LED (video) boards within the stadium bowl with a total surface area of 3465 square feet. The two main video boards – which show live action, replays, commercial spots, and various promotions – measure 31’4” wide by 18’ tall. The four small boards located on both sides of the main video boards – used to display both the game clock and score, as well as sponsor logos – measure 12’ wide by 6’ tall. The board above the east concession stands – used for sponsor logos – measures 23’ by 9’6”. The two south boards – combining sponsor logos and the game score and clock – measure 61’ by 3’6”. Finally, the west fascia board which runs the entire duration of the suite deck – used to display sponsor logos, birthday/group welcomes, and upcoming game promos – measures 401’ by 3’6”.

For information on getting a personalized message on the main video boards during the Frisco Football Classic (birthday, wedding, anniversary, thank you messages, etc.), please contact the FC Dallas Foundation at 469-365-0147 and ask about the “Name In Lights” program. Also, see “Scoreboard Messaging/PA Announcements”.


Toyota Stadium contains seats for wheelchairs as well as seats for companions. Wheelchair accommodations are available within each price category and wheelchair access is provided to specially designated restrooms, ticket windows, and concession stands. All wheelchair seating is at the top of each section. For all ADA patrons that have purchased tickets on the floor for concerts at Toyota Stadium, please see “Elevator” section for detailed instructions.


Tickets may be picked up at the Will Call window located at the North Box Office building. The Will Call window will be open four (4) hours prior to the start time for the Frisco Football Classic. Photo identification is required to pick up tickets.

For questions or concerns regarding these policies please see Guest Services located at the Northeast building next to the Team Shop, or you can contact an Toyota Stadium representative at 469-365-0000.

Ticket Information

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December 23 @ 2:30pm CT on ESPN

Toyota Stadium – Frisco, TX

Purchase Tickets >

Home Team (Miami) – Sec. 101-111
Visiting Team (UNT) – Sec. 122-132

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    • Our best seating areas in the bowl, from the 35 yard line to the opposite 35
    • Tickets from approximately the 10 yard line to the 35 yard line
    • From the back of the endzone to the 10 yard lines


A maximum of eight (8) tickets may be purchased per person.  Please be advised that any person exceeding the published ticket limit may have some or all of their orders cancelled at the discretion of the Frisco Football Classic without notification.  Multiple orders with the same name, account number, credit card, email address, telephone number and/or mailing address may be considered to be exceeding the ticket limit for this event.  Ticket limits may be raised after the initial public on sale.


All tickets will be issued digitally and scanned at Toyota Stadium entrances from mobile devices. All game tickets will be delivered via the AXS app, ensuring a touchless entry.


The ticket is a revocable license to attend the event printed on the face of this ticket.  By using this ticket and entering the facility, holder agrees to all terms hereof. All persons, regardless of age, must present a ticket for admission. Not responsible for lost or stolen tickets. The facility reserves the rights to refuse admission or eject any person violating facility rules, local, state or federal law, or whose conduct is deemed illegal, disorderly, or offensive by management. Persons entering the facility are subject to search. This ticket is non-transferable and may not be resold. No re-entry to the facility on ticket stubs. No refunds. No exchanges. Event time and date are subject to change.

This ticket may not be used for advertising, promotion (including contests and sweepstakes) or other trade or commercial purposes, without the prior written approval of ESPN.  Holder of this ticket grants permission to ESPN (and their designees) to utilize holder’s image, likeness, actions and/or statements in any live or recorded audio, video or photographic display or other transmission, exhibition, publication or reproduction made of, or at, the event in any medium or context for any purpose, including commercial or promotional purposes, without further authorization or compensation.  Breach of any of the terms of this license, failure to comply with facility rules, or the refunding to holder of the printed purchase price on the face of this ticket (less any discount the purchaser may have received from ESPN or otherwise) shall automatically terminate any rights that holder may have hereunder and shall authorize ESPN to revoke the ticket at any time prior to or during the event, refuse admission to the facility or eject holder from the facility.  Breach of any of the terms of this license shall also subject holder to all legal remedies available to ESPN.




  • Parking at the 2021 Frisco Football Classic is payable via CREDIT or CASH at the Stadium Parking Lots on gameday
  • Cars are $20
  • RV’s are $40
  • All Parking Lots Open at 10:30pm CT
  • Stadium Gates Open at 12:30pm CT
  • TAILGATING will be allowed in parking lots
  • UNT Fans should park in the EAST Lots to access their EAST Gate Entrance (Sienna Blue Lots)
  • MIAMI Fans should park in the WEST Lots to access their WEST Gate Entrance (Corolla Red Lots)




There are no RV hook ups, electrical, or plumbing available at Toyota Stadium. All RV’s and campers must be removed from the parking grounds no later than the day after the event. There is no RE-ENTRY to allow you in and out of the lot, once you are parked you must leave your vehicle. There is no holding of parking spaces for others. There is ABSOLUTELY NO dumping of GRAY or BLACK WATER on Toyota Stadium grounds. Any destruction of Toyota Stadium Property is grounds for removable from Park and you will be liable for any damages incurred.




Golf carts ARE NOT ALLOWED to be brought into Toyota Stadium parking lots. Intoxicated drivers can be cited by police. 4-wheelers, 3-wheelers, any ATV’s or RTV’s are NOT ALLOWED to be brought on to Toyota Stadium grounds. Motorcycles are permitted on Toyota Stadium grounds only as a means of transportation to and from show, and are NOT permitted as a means of transportation between parking lots.


Domestic pets are permitted in Toyota Stadium parking lots, however pets must be kept on a leash at all times and their owners must pick up and dispose of pet waste in a trash receptacle. NO PETS are allowed inside stadium.


All guests at Toyota Stadium are expected to drink responsibly and ensure they have a safe and responsible means of transportation before leaving the facility. Any guest who is intoxicated/impaired entering Toyota Stadium will be denied entry to the facility. Any guests found intoxicated/impaired within Toyota Stadium and causing a disturbance, determined by management will be asked to leave the facility without refund and may be subject to further consequences, such as arrest.


Preferred Tailgating Vendors

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