In Game

Wofford fans love football and the Terriers making a trip to Gibbs Stadium a great experience for any college football fan. Wofford fans, students, and alumni come out in high numbers to support their team as you’ll almost always find a packed house at Gibbs Stadium.

The fans here don’t just show up they also do an amazing job of getting behind their team. Even when the Terriers are struggling, you’ll still hear lots of cheers and chants coming from the stands. The Wofford faithful have to be especially vocal in their support of the Terriers since unlike other school’s Wofford doesn’t have a marching band.

In addition to incredible fan support, Wofford also boasts one of the nicest stadiums to take in a football game at in the SoCon. The stand here offer excellent sight lines, and Gibbs Stadium is also home to one of the largest video boards in the FCS at 1,485 sq ft. You won’t miss any of the action here thanks to the great sight lines and fantastic video board.

Lastly, make sure to enjoy the picturesque setting that Wofford provides. The campus is gorgeous and depending on when you come you’ll get to see lots of beautiful fall foliage during your trip.

Wofford is an excellent place to take in a college football game, so start planning your trip to Spartanburg today.

Things to check out

Hardee’s Hill

If you want to watch the game in a unique way, then check out Hardee’s Hill. Hardee’s Hill is located between the field and the scoreboard and is a fun place to gather with friends and take in the game. You’ll even see kids sledding down it on cardboard during the game creating a fun feel.

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Video Board

At 1,485 sq ft, the video board at Wofford is one of the largest in the FCS. The board gives fans an incredible view of every replay and is a can’t miss part of any game at Gibbs Stadium.

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Back of the College Plaque

Make sure to check out the plaque celebrating the Back of the College neighborhood outside Gate 2. The plaque is a tribute to the predominantly black neighborhood that was once part of the college as well as Reverend A.W. Cumming’s contributions to the community over the years.

Blitz III

Keep an eye out for Wofford’s live mascot Blitz III. Blitz III is a Boston terrier, and since making her debut 2014 has quickly become a fan favorite after taking over the role from Blitz II.

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Boss and Terri

In addition to Blitz III Wofford has two costumed mascots, Boss and Terri. These two get into all kinds of shenanigans at games and do a great job of pumping up the crowd, so don’t miss them during your visit to Gibbs Stadium.

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The cheerleaders do a fantastic job of pumping up the crowd throughout the game. These talented performers lead a variety of cheers and chants, so join in and give the Terriers your support.

Fight Songs

  1. Wofford Fight Song

    Hail Wofford, Old Gold and Black
    With poise and dignity
    Prepare for a valiant attack
    To claim thy victory

    Sound the call for the battle
    Salute the flag on the pole
    Defend our founding father’s name
    By fighting for that goal!

    Hail Wofford, Old Gold and Black
    We’re proud to claim your name
    With honor and pride we attack
    Now go and win this game!

  2. Wofford College Alma Mater

    On the city’s northern border,
    Reared against the sky
    Proudly stands our Alma Mater
    As the Years go by.

    May it ever be our watchword.
    “Conquer and Prevail.”
    Hail to thee, our Alma Mater
    Dear old Wofford, hail!

    Cherished by thy sons and daughters
    Memories sweet will throng
    ‘Round our hearts, dear Alma Mater,
    As we sing thy song.

    When we from thy halls are parted,
    And life’s battle’s on,
    Thy great spirit shall inspire us
    Till eternal dawn.

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