USC unveils Coliseum enhancements for fans at Trojans football games

USC announces 'significant upgrades' to enhance fan experience for football games at Coliseum

USC announced “a number of significant upgrades” and features designed to enhance the fan experience during Trojans games at the Coliseum.

New food offerings, mobile ticketing, parking improvements and pregame clubs in the tailgating area are among the new features. USC previously announced that there would be 10 on-field suites behind the end zone at the peristyle end of the stadium.

“We are excited to introduce a number of things that will better our fans’ experience when they come to the Coliseum to watch a USC football game,” Athletic Director Pat Haden said in a statement issued Thursday. “Our goal is for that experience to begin the moment someone buys a game ticket through the time they return home after the game.”

Food items available at concession stands inside the stadium will include “smoked ribs, sliced steak sandwiches, artisan sausage, signature pizza, fried chicken and funnel cakes, as well as vegetarian and gluten-free items.” 

The school also said there have been improvements in wireless coverage and restrooms.

USC opens its season Aug. 30 against Fresno State at the Coliseum.

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