- Animals: Certified service animals or service animals in training for guests with disabilities are welcome at Homewood Field. All animals must remain on a leash or harness at all times.
- Parking: Disabled parking is available on a first come first serve basis at the Homewood Field parking lot between the US Lacrosse Hall of Fame and the stadium off of University Parkway. Vehicles must display a proper tag for access. A person with a disability must be in the vehicle. Cost to park will be equivalent to the lowest parking fee used on that day, typically $5-10.
- A drop off zone for those with disabilities is located on Goodnow Dr. off of University Parkway in front of the Athletic Center.
- Restrooms: Once inside the stadium, accessible stalls are located underneath the press box and in Schelle Pavilion.
- Seating: Patrons with disabilities are able to view our games from field level in front of the bleacher seating areas.
Alcoholic beverages are prohibited in the stadium. University security, staff or contracted officers will confiscate any prohibited beverages and have been asked to search any bags of permitted size.
An ATM is located inside the Ralph O'Connor Recreation Center.
Hopkins lacrosse players are available for autographs at the conclusion of the game. Fans hoping to get an autograph are asked to gather near the entrance to the field where players will be available as they exit the field.
Bag searches (see also Prohibited Items)
Backpacks are not permitted. Bags (purses, baby or diaper bags, etc.) will be permitted inside Homewood Field and are subject to search at all entrances. Please leave all unnecessary items in your vehicle or at home. Prohibited items must be returned to your vehicle or discarded. Staff may not store or hold items for you until postgame. Patrons who refuse to allow visual inspections of contents of bags or purses will be denied entry to the stadium.
Banners and Signage
Derogatory or profane signs, banners, clothing items & language are prohibited in the stadium.
Blue Jays Unlimited
Blue Jays Unlimited (BJU) is comprised of a group of volunteer alumni, friends and staff dedicated to support and promote the athletics programs at Johns Hopkins University. BJU is committed to providing support for annual fund raising and recognition activities for intercollegiate athletics. Money raised by BJU is used to enhance the Hopkins experience for all student-athletes. For more information about how you can impact the athletes, please contact the office at firstname.lastname@example.org by calling 410-516-6132.
On game day, General Will Call is located at the main tickets booths in Schelle Pavilion on University Parkway. Will call opens 90 minutes prior to face off on game day and will remain open until 7 minutes left in the 3rd quarter. A valid ID is required when picking up tickets.
Visiting Player Complimentary Will Call is located at the end of the stadium in our black ticket booth off of University Parkway. Hopkins's booth will be located at the Hall of Fame parking lot near the US Lacrosse Hall of Fame. These booths will open 90 minutes prior to face off on game day and will remain open until the end of the 1st quarter. A valid ID is required when you are picking up tickets.
Individual game ticket prices range from $10 for reserved tickets to $8 for general admission along with discounted tickets for children 12 and under, seniors and groups. Tickets can be purchased in advance by completing the order form at the following link: http://www.hopkinssports.com/tickets/jhop-tickets.htmlor by calling 410-516-7490 during normal business hours.
Individual game tickets will also be available on game days at all ticket booths including our main location at Schelle Pavilion off of University Parkway. Ticket booths will open 90 minutes prior to face off.
- Most Johns Hopkins Men's Lacrosse Games can be seen on ESPNU. Check out the following link for more details http://www.hopkinssports.com/sports/m-lacros/sched/jhop-m-lacros-sched.html
No charter buses are permitted to park on campus on game days. Only visiting team buses and Johns Hopkins Athletics sponsored buses are permitted to stage on campus. Buses may park on Johns Hopkins Eastern Campus if space permits. Please see a Johns Hopkins University security officer for directions to Eastern Campus.
Code of conduct
The NCAA and Johns Hopkins University promote good sportsmanship by student-athletes, coaches and spectators. We request your cooperation by supporting the participants and officials in a positive manner. Profanity, racial or sexist comments, or other intimidating actions directed at officials, student-athletes, coaches or team representatives will not be tolerated and are grounds for removal from the site. Consumption of alcohol and tobacco products is strictly prohibited.
Coolers are notpermitted in the stadium.
Cordish Lacrosse Center
The Cordish Lacrosse Center (CLC) is the home of the Johns Hopkins men's and women's lacrosse teams. Located at the end of Homewood Field opposite the scoreboard, the CLC is open during regular business hours (Monday-Friday / 9 am - 5 pm). The building is not open on the weekens or after 5 pm and there is no public access to the CLC during home lacrosse games.
Emergency inside stadium
For any emergency, including medical emergencies, while inside the stadium, notify the nearest security officer or First Aid staff at the red tent located under the main scoreboard.
In the event of an emergency, stadium staff will utilize the public address system to inform patrons of the situation and any instructions as applicable. All exits and emergency exits in the stadium are clearly marked.
In the case of lightening, teams will be directed to exit the field and all guests will be asked to leave the bleachers and return to their vehicles or seek shelter under Schelle Pavilion. Access is not permitted inside the Athletic Center.
Only authorized persons with proper credentials are allowed on the field. Fans entering the field area without proper credentials are subject to removal from the stadium. Credentials for field access are not available for purchase. First Aid/EMS
The first aid station is located under the green tent on the scoreboard end of the field. If you are in need of medical attention, please notify an usher or security officer. Stadium staff is trained to call for immediate response and assistance in emergency situations.
Patrons may not bring food or beverages, including alcoholic beverages, inside the stadium. Concession stands are located throughout the stadium and offer a variety of food and non-alcoholic beverages. Alcoholic beverages are not sold or permitted inside the stadium. Cash only please, as credit cards are notaccepted.
Game dates and times
Johns Hopkins Lacrosse game dates and times are subject to change. In the event a game date or time change should occur, the information will be immediately posted on www.hopkinssports.comand will be communicated through the local media.
Game programs are available for purchase during Hopkins Lacrosse home games at the center gate of Schelle Pavilion and near our main concession stand at the team entrance to the field. Cash only please, as credit cards are not accepted.
Gates open 90 minutes prior to face off. This includes all parking lots adjacent to the stadium.
Inn at the Colonnade - (Across from Homewood Field) - 410/235-5400
Fairfield Inn and Suites - (Downtown Baltimore) - 410/837-9900
Crowne Plaza - (Lutherville/Timonium area) - 410/525-7373
Lost tickets should be reported to the Hopkins Athletics Ticket Office. Ticket replacement policies vary. To contact the ticket office, please call 410-516-7492.
Our bookstore will be onsite offering a selection of Johns Hopkins Blue Jay and Hopkins Lacrosse gear. Items will include sweatshirts, hats, t-shirts, jackets and much more.
Johns Hopkins University and NCAA rules prohibit artificial noisemakers from being brought inside the stadium. This includes, but is not limited to, all horns (including air horns), cow bells and whistles. Prohibited items will be confiscated.
- Space Telescope Garage (off of San Martin behind the Athletic Center) - Lot opens 2 hours prior to face off.
- 115 University Parkway Garage (off of San Martin near University Parkway) - Lot opens 2 hours prior to face off. For those that purchase season tickets, you will have the option of purchasing a season parking pass to the Space Telescope deck off of San Martin Drive near the ROTC Building at a cost of $5 per game.
Johns Hopkins asks that spectators refrain from bringing their pets (of any size) to any competitions held at Homewood Field.
For post season competition details please refer back to our website, www.hopkinssports.com for information regarding tickets, parking, game times, etc.
- Alcohol is strictly prohibited
- Derogatory or profane signs, banners, clothing items and language are prohibited along with signs attached to sticks
- Pets are prohibited
- Cans, bottles, containers, coolers or outside food may not be brought into Homewood Field
- Umbrellas are prohibited
- Lacrosse balls are prohibited
- Bikes, skateboards, skates and related items are not permitted
- Approved noisemaking devices are permitted
- Weapons are prohibited
- No Re-Entry is permitted into Homewood Field
- A Field pass or security clearance is required to enter onto the field.
- Backpacks are not permitted into Homewood Field
Homewood Field has an official seating capacity of 8,500. For all regular season games, a section of seats located behind the bench area are reserved for "Reserved" ticket holders. All other seats are general admission.
- Suspicious activity, disruptive patrons and guest-related problems should be reported to an usher or security officer immediately. Uncooperative patrons showing disregard for other patrons, the stadium or the teams may be ejected from the facility. Intoxicated fans will not be allowed into the stadium. An ejected patron will not be allowed to return for the remainder of the game. Re-entry by an ejected patron is grounds for arrest.
- You and your belongings may be searched upon entry into the stadium. By tendering your ticket and entering the stadium, you consent to such searches and waive any related claims that you might have against Johns Hopkins University. If you elect not to consent to a search, you will not be allowed into the stadium.
- To report an incident in your seating area, please notify the nearest usher or security officer at the entrance nearest to your seat.
- The following items are not allowed into the stadium: Alcohol, animals/pets, signs attached to sticks or poles, bikes, skateboards, skates and related items, coolers, noisemaking devices, outside food or beverages (glass or plastic bottles included), any type of weapon, lacrosse balls, umbrellas.
Smoking is not permitted at Homewood Field.
Johns Hopkins University does not permit unauthorized soliciting or collecting of contributions, vending, distribution of fliers or other promotional/advertising materials on University property.
Special announcements on the public address system and scoreboard are limited to medical and police emergencies. Johns Hopkins Athletics does not announce or display birthday, anniversary or other personal messages on the public address system or scoreboard.
Post game tailgates for visiting teams are not permitted in the Athletic Center. If indoor space is needed please contact Andrew Harrington, Assistant AD for Facilities at 410-516-5053 or via email at Andrew.email@example.com
To purchase tickets, please call 410-516-7492 (Mon.-Fri. 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.) or visit www.hopkinssports.com
No weapons of any kind are permitted in Homewood Field, in the Newton White Athletic Center, or in any designated Johns Hopkins venue. This policy includes weapons used by off-duty law enforcement officers.