1. Live Paladin Mascot Intro
Don’t miss the live paladin mascot at every Furman game. Get to your seat early as the paladin and his steed lead the team onto the field. The intro works the crowd into a frenzy and is a must-see part of any Furman game.
2. Paladin Walk
Show the Paladins your support by attending the Paladin Walk. The Paladin Walk takes place an hour and 15 minutes before kickoff at Paladin Plaza and features performances by the band and cheerleaders as well as the ringing of the Furman Victory Bell. You won’t want to miss the Paladin Walk, so make your way to Paladin Plaza before heading into the stadium.
Take a look at the list of the Paladins football team’s championships on the locker room building. Here you’ll see a list of the program’s conference championships and national championships allowing you to relive all your favorite Paladins football moments.
4. Thirsty Paladin
The Thirsty Paladin is located on the patio of Timmons Arena and is a fantastic place to grab a drink or bite to eat. The Thirsty Paladin features beer, burgers, and brats, so stop by and fill up before the game.
5. Furman-The Citadel Rivalry
The rivalry between The Citadel and Furman goes back to 1913 and has been contested every year since 1919, with the exception of 1943 through 1945. The The Citadel are one of if not the biggest rival of Furman meaning you want to miss it when the Bulldogs comes to town.
6. Kids Play Area
If you’re taking the kids to the game, then stop by the kids play area near the home bleachers. The play area features all kinds of kids activities making it the perfect place to take restless kids during the game.
7. The Mall
Enjoy the shade tailgating at The Mall provides you as well as the fun atmosphere. The Mall is an excellent place to throw a large tailgate party, so reserve your spot before the game.
8. Paladin Fan Store
Pick up a souvenir from your trip to Furman at the Paladin Fan Store on the home concourse. Here you’ll find a wide variety of Paladins merchandise including t-shirts, hats, foam fingers, and more.
9. The Paladin Regiment
The Paladin Regiment puts on a fantastic show at every game, so enjoy their performance throughout the game. Whether it’s them pumping up the crowd on key fourth downs or dazzling the fans at halftime, you’ll love listening to The Paladin Regiment.
10. Furman-Wofford Rivalry
Furman and Wofford have the oldest rivalry in the state of South Carolina, and the two teams even played in the first football game in state history in 1889. The Paladins and Terriers long running rivalry is always a must-see event, so make sure to be in attendance when Furman and Wofford square off.