Lower.com Field Parking

Last updated on October 19th, 2023 at 11:58 am

Lower.com Field is home of the Columbus Crew SC Major League Soccer team. The venue sits at 96 Columbus Crew Way, Columbus, Ohio 43215, and opened in 2021 next to the Arena District. The Crew stadium sits on the Olentangy River and is about one mile from Nationwide Arena, where the Columbus Blue Jackets play professional hockey.


Here is the complete breakdown on Lower.com Field parking and more for any event or game.


How Much is Parking for a Columbus Crew SC Match?

How Much is Parking for a Columbus Crew SC Match


Parking tends to cost $10 and more for a Columbus Crew SC match. You can find better deals or pay more depending on how far you are willing to walk. There are plenty of parking garages and parking lots between Lower.com Field and Nationwide Arena, but you should still arrive early to secure a parking spot close to the venue.


Also, it is worth highlighting that playoff games for the Columbus Crew will result in higher parking prices.


Lower.com Field Handicap Parking

lower.com field handicap parking

Fans can use the ADA shuttle to and from the soccer venue for soccer matches. The shuttle will be ready for fans between Marconi Boulevard and West Street. The shuttle runs for four hours before and after a soccer match.


Is There Tailgating in the Parking Lots Before a Match?

You will find tailgating in some Lower.com Field parking lots and surface lots before a game. Most parking lots open up a few hours before a match.


In addition to tailgating before a soccer game, there are a few bars nearby that fans can visit. Some bars include Betty’s Bar, Boston’s Restaurant & Sports Bar, and Rodizio Grill Brazilian Steakhouse Columbus.


Check out the Lower.com Field food guide to see what you can get at the venue on matchday. Also, be sure to visit the Lower.com Field Bag Policy guide to see what you can and can’t bring into the venue.


Can You Take Public Transporation to the Venue?

The COTA bus stop on Neil Street is about a half-mile from the soccer stadium. Fans should use bus routes 3 and 8 to get to and from the venue using the Neil Ave and Broadbelt stop.


Cycling is another option to get to and from the soccer stadium on game day. Fans can access the stadium using the Olentangy trail with the new pedestrian bridge over the Olentangy River. Cycling to and from the soccer stadium will be the cheapest and probably fastest way to get around traffic leaving the venue.


Fans who use a rideshare program like Uber and Lyft can use the pick-up and drop-off area on Hanover Street.

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