Alabama Football Fan Day returns on August 5—details here

Bryant Denny
Bryant-Denny Stadium on September 24, 2022 – Alabama v. Vanderbilt game. (Pat Byington/The Bama Buzz)

The University of Alabama Crimson Tide is hosting its first Fan Day since 2019. 

On Saturday, August 5th, a free, open practice will be held between 2:30-4:30PM in Bryant-Denny Stadium.

Autograph session for Yea Alabama members

After the practice, the Tide will be available for a 45-minute autograph session on the field exclusively for members of Yea Alabama, the official University of Alabama NIL entity established to cultivate and harness name, image and likeness opportunities for Alabama student-athletes.

Get Your Access Now

Field access for the autograph session will be granted to Yea Alabama members by showing an official digital Yea Alabama autograph session ticket emailed in advance of the event. 

Fans can join Yea Alabama to support Alabama student-athletes at Monthly memberships start at $18 with subscribers gaining access to exclusive content and event invitations throughout the year.

Additional details:

  • Yea Alabama members are permitted to bring one child ages 12-and-under as their guest to the autograph session. 
  • All adults attending the autograph session will be required to present their official digital autograph session ticket.
  • Yea Alabama members will be limited to one item per person for autographs, and no posed photographs will be permitted


On Fan Day, the stadium will open at 1:30PM through gates 13 and 24 for seating in the west side lower bowl (sections A-N). The open practice is scheduled to begin at 2:30 and last approximately two hours. 

Water coolers will be available and several portable concession areas will be set up on the West 100 level concourse. Fans are permitted to bring one empty, non-glass cup or bottle to the stadium.


Parking for Fan Day can be found in the West Ten Hoor area of campus. There are two parking decks as well as surface lots that are available for your convenience. 

Parking for people with disabilities is available on a first come, first served basis in the Wallace Wade Lot. Visit for updates and additional info.

New QB and new coordinators

Entering the 17th season under legendary Nick Saban, the Crimson Tide will have Kevin Steele and Tommy Reis taking the reins as defensive and offensive coordinators, respectively. The Tide is also replacing Bryce Young at quarterback, the 2021 Heisman Trophy winner. 

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