1. Legends Busts

No trip to Delaware Stadium is complete without checking out the busts of Fightin’ Blue Hens greats David M. Nelson, William Murray, and Harold “Tubby” Raymond. The busts are located in the southwest corner of the stadium, so stop by and see them before the game.

2. University of Delaware Marching Band

The University of Delaware Marching Band puts on quite the performance at games and is a must-see. The band’s routines are among the best around so enjoy the pregame and halftime shows.

 

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3. Pregame Team Walk

Greet the Blue Hens as they make their way to the stadium. The team, UD Marching Band, and Spirit Teams march down Stadium Drive two and a half hours before the game, so make sure to take in the Pregame Team Walk when attending a Blue Hens game.

4. Wall of Champions

Check out the Wall of Champions banner, which celebrates the all the Fightin’ Blue Hens biggest accomplishments from over the years. Whether you’re a new or longtime fan, you won’t want to miss reliving these incredible moments.

5. YoUDee

YoUDee is the official mascot of the University of Delaware and is loved by fans young and old. No matter what your age you’ll enjoy watching YoUDee’s antics throughout the game.

 

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6. Fan Zone

The Fan Zone is fun for the whole family as it offers a wide selection of activities including face painting, inflatables, giveaways, concessions, and much more. The party starts two hours before kickoff giving you plenty of time to enjoy the Fan Zone before the game.

7. Cockpit

The Cockpit is the name of the Delaware student section and is where you can find the loudest and craziest fans on game days. The students create a great deal of the atmosphere at Blue Hens games making them a can’t miss part of any game.

 

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8. Former Player Posters

Before the game, take some time to see all the former player posters around the stadium. The posters honor some of the best Fightin’ Blue Hens in program history as well as the NFL, so don’t miss them during your trip to Delaware Stadium.

9. Delaware Beer Gardens

Craft beer lovers won’t want to miss the opportunity to enjoy some Delaware-brewed beers when taking in a Fightin’ Blue Hens game. The Delaware Beer Gardens are open to fans 21 and over who are Blue Club members, Delaware Diamond Society Members, or Premium Box Box Seat Ticket Holders.

10. Battle of the Blue

The winner of the annual Delaware-Villanova rivalry game takes home the Battle of the Blue Trophy. The two teams first met on the football field in 1895. However, the rivalry didn’t become a regular fixture until the 1960s. The Wildcats hold a 28-21-1 record in the all-time series, but you won’t want to miss it as the Blue Hens try to close the gap.

 

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