El Súper Clásico

El Súper Clásico

Club América vs Guadalajara (Chivas)

El Súper Clásico

Club América vs Guadalajara (Chivas)

September 5, 2021
El Súper Clásico
Club América vs Guadalajara (Chivas)

Event Details

Additional Ticket Information

FairParkTix.com is the official ticketing website for Cotton Bowl® Stadium* and select Fair Park Events*. For more info, please click here.

*Additional fees apply. Prices are subject to change. Please note, any child 2 years of age or older needs to have a ticket. Children under 2 years of age may enter without a ticket as long as they are sitting in a guardian's lap and not taking up a seat.

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Cotton Bowl® Stadium – Clear Bag Policy and Medical Device Bags

Permitted bags allowed in Cotton Bowl® Stadium include: Only Bags and totes that are made of clear plastic and do not exceed 12” X 6” X 12”, or one-gallon clear resealable plastic storage bags, or small clutch bags or purses (which are not required to be clear) that do not exceed 4.5” X 6.5”. All other bags and/or containers (including but not limited to cans, plastic bottles, thermos, coolers, and/or hard-sided bags) are prohibited inside the stadium.

Medical device bags are permitted, though will be subject to inspection upon entrance to Cotton Bowl® Stadium.

Prohibited Items

Prohibited items include but are not limited to:

  • Outside Food and Beverage of any kind
  • Baby Seats
  • Baby Strollers
  • Backpacks (or any large bags)
  • Banners, signs
  • Beach balls and frisbees 
  • Bottles, cans or flasks 
  • Coolers (ice chests) or containers
  • Weapons or any type, including but not limited to: guns, firearms, ammunition, brass knuckles, billy clubs, blackjacks, kubatons, knives or blades of any length, and self-defense sprays (mace) 
  • Stun guns and tasers
  • Explosives, fireworks, smoke bombs, fuels, lighter fluids or any flammable item
  • Professional Photo or Video Cameras - professional equipment or cameras with long telephoto lenses exceeding 6” – except for credentialed media
  • Tripods, Monopods, any telescoping device including selfie sticks
  • Drones or other model aircraft 
  • Flag poles
  • Streamers
  • Seat cushions or chairs of any kinds
  • Hazardous items 
  • Laser pointers or any other object intended to create an optical distraction
  • Noisemakers of any kind (air horn, whistles, vuvuzelas, etc.)
  • Pets (except for service animals used by guests who need assistance)
  • Tobacco products of any kind, including e-cigarettes
  • Umbrellas
  • Non authorized vending or vendors
  • Any other item deemed inappropriate or dangerous by CONCACAF or Cotton Bowl® Stadium personnel in their sole discretion.

Parking

Parking is $20 for this event. Please enter through Gates 2, 15 & 16. Click here for our parking map

Fair Park COVID-19 Alert

Fair Park/Cotton Bowl Stadium continues to work hard to ensure the safety of our visitors and guests on campus.

 

That said, we need our patrons to do their part, be respectful of others, and do the right thing. The current health environment makes it challenging to host public gatherings and events. Of course, we would like everyone to attend Fair Park events and activities, however, we understand that some will be hesitant. We ask that those who do attend follow our health guidelines – not because it’s mandated, but because it’s the right thing to do. 

 

During these times, we acknowledge that no event can be completely risk-free, and we’re counting on you to do your part to help us present as safe of an event as we can by following the below health guidance, which is subject to change: 

 

Get vaccinated. If you’re fully vaccinated, thank you! If you’re not, now is the time to be protected. It’s the best thing you can do for yourself and for everyone, especially children under age 12 and others who cannot currently get vaccinated. It’s widely recognized that the vast majority of all current COVID-19 cases are among unvaccinated people. If you’re not vaccinated and plan to attend, we urge you to do your research, talk to your doctor, and consider a vaccine, both for your safety and the safety of others. If you can’t get one beforehand, free vaccines will be available from 11 a.m. – 3 at the Fiesta Futbolera Fan Fest. The State of Texas Health Dept., in conjunction with the Health Window of the Mexican Consulate, will administer the Pfizer vaccine for those who are receiving their first dose (Note: As of August 23, 2021, the FDA has granted formal approval to Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine). 

 

Make an informed decision about attending the Club America vs. Chivas soccer game on Sunday, September 5, 2021. Before you come to the event, make sure you’ve considered your personal health situation and how you can best keep yourself and those close to you safe and healthy. The Texas Department of State Health Services has a comprehensive webpage on COVID-19 with the latest information on testing, vaccinations, symptoms, what to do if you feel ill, protecting yourself and others, and more. Visit https://www.dshs.texas.gov/coronavirus/ for more information.  

Wear a face covering. Masks protect everyone. Plan to bring a mask for yourself and everyone in your party with you to attend the Club America vs. Chivas game on September 5, 2021, and pre-game Fiesta Futbolera (starting at 11 am)Wear a mask in the following settings if you are older than age 2 and medically able to wear one: 

  • Indoors, for both vaccinated and unvaccinated people. Wearing a mask in indoor public spaces, regardless of your vaccination status, can help protect you and everyone in close proximity to you. 
  • Outdoors in crowded settings, especially if you are not vaccinated. 

 

The game will largely be an outdoor event. Mandating masks campus-wide would be extremely difficult for our organization to enforce, so we are urging you to pitch in and do your part by following the above guidelines. Particularly if you go inside, simply put a face covering on for the time you are in interior spaces.

 

Wear a face covering if you take DART to the Park/Cotton Bowl Stadium. Many guests arrive at Fair Park/Cotton Bowl Stadium via DART or other forms of mass transit. Federal regulations require all public transportation passengers to wear masks while they are waiting for and on a train (those under age 2 or who are medically not able to tolerate a mask are exempt). Rideshare apps such as Uber and Lyft may have their own mask requirements. 

 

Social distance. Please spread out when you can and wear a mask when you can’t. Fair Park and the event footprint are large, and Cotton Bowl Stadium is an open-air facility, but please social distance where possible.

 

Use hand sanitizer or wash your hands frequently. Hand sanitizer stations will be available throughout the event footprint and in the Fan Festival (Fiesta Futbolera). Plus, there are hand sanitizing stations inside Cotton Bowl Stadium.

 

Stay home if you’re not feeling well or you’ve had close contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19. Get tested and get well before you visit the Fair Park/Cotton Bowl Stadium. If within the 14 days before you attend the Club America vs. Chivas game on September 5 you have tested positive or presumptively positive for COVID-19, experienced any related symptoms or been in direct contact with or in the immediate vicinity of any person who is confirmed or suspected of being infected with COVID-19, even if you do not have symptoms, please stay home. 

 

Most of all, please respect your fellow fans. We’re all in this together. And please remember that some vendors may be short-staffed due to labor shortages and employee health concerns. Please practice patience and be kind to those who showed up to work and serve you at Fair Park events.

Please visit the CDC’s website for more information on how to protect yourself from COVID-19. 

 

CDC guidelines for fully vaccinated individuals:
https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/vaccines/fully-vaccinated.html     

 

CDC guidelines for non-vaccinated individuals:
https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prevent-getting-sick/prevention.html  

 

COVID-19 is an extremely contagious virus that can lead to severe illness and even death. An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place regardless of precautions that may be taken. By entering the Fair Park/Cotton Bowl Stadium, you voluntarily assume all risks, hazards and dangers related to exposure, contracting and/or transmitting COVID-19, and voluntarily waive all claims and suits against Fair Park First, Spectra, the event producers, City of Dallas, and the State Fair of Texas. 

 

All information and guidelines are subject to change. We will continue to monitor the situation and communicate updates if, and when, we received them.  

Fair Park/Cotton Bowl Stadium continues to work hard to ensure the safety of our visitors and guests on campus.

 

That said, we need our patrons to do their part, be respectful of others, and do the right thing. The current health environment makes it challenging to host public gatherings and events. Of course, we would like everyone to attend Fair Park events and activities, however, we understand that some will be hesitant. We ask that those who do attend follow our health guidelines – not because it’s mandated, but because it’s the right thing to do. 

 

During these times, we acknowledge that no event can be completely risk-free, and we’re counting on you to do your part to help us present as safe of an event as we can by following the below health guidance, which is subject to change: 

 

Get vaccinated. If you’re fully vaccinated, thank you! If you’re not, now is the time to be protected. It’s the best thing you can do for yourself and for everyone, especially children under age 12 and others who cannot currently get vaccinated. It’s widely recognized that the vast majority of all current COVID-19 cases are among unvaccinated people. While we will not (and cannot legally) require you to show proof of vaccination or a recent negative COVID-19 test to enter Fair Park events, if you’re not vaccinated and plan to attend, we urge you to do your research, talk to your doctor, and consider a vaccine, both for your safety and the safety of others. If you can’t get one beforehand, free vaccines will be available from 11 a.m. – 3 at the Fiesta Futbolera Fan Fest. The State of Texas Health Dept., in conjunction with the Health Window of the Mexican Consulate, will administer the Pfizer vaccine for those who are receiving their first dose (Note: As of August 23, 2021, the FDA has granted formal approval to Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine). 

 

Make an informed decision about attending the Club America vs. Chivas soccer game on Sunday, September 5, 2021. Before you come to the event, make sure you’ve considered your personal health situation and how you can best keep yourself and those close to you safe and healthy. The Texas Department of State Health Services has a comprehensive webpage on COVID-19 with the latest information on testing, vaccinations, symptoms, what to do if you feel ill, protecting yourself and others, and more. Visit https://www.dshs.texas.gov/coronavirus/ for more information.  

Wear a face covering. Masks protect everyone. Plan to bring a mask for yourself and everyone in your party with you to attend the Club America vs. Chivas game on September 5, 2021, and pre-game Fiesta Futbolera (starting at 11 am)Wear a mask in the following settings if you are older than age 2 and medically able to wear one: 

  • Indoors, for both vaccinated and unvaccinated people. Wearing a mask in indoor public spaces, regardless of your vaccination status, can help protect you and everyone in close proximity to you. 
  • Outdoors in crowded settings, especially if you are not vaccinated. 

 

The game will largely be an outdoor event. Mandating masks campus-wide would be extremely difficult for our organization to enforce, so we are urging you to pitch in and do your part by following the above guidelines. Particularly if you go inside, simply put a face covering on for the time you are in interior spaces.

 

Wear a face covering if you take DART to the Park/Cotton Bowl Stadium. Many guests arrive at Fair Park/Cotton Bowl Stadium via DART or other forms of mass transit. Federal regulations require all public transportation passengers to wear masks while they are waiting for and on a train (those under age 2 or who are medically not able to tolerate a mask are exempt). Rideshare apps such as Uber and Lyft may have their own mask requirements. 

 

Social distance. Please spread out when you can and wear a mask when you can’t. Fair Park and the event footprint are large, and Cotton Bowl Stadium is an open-air facility, but please social distance where possible.

 

Use hand sanitizer or wash your hands frequently. Hand sanitizer stations will be available throughout the event footprint and in the Fan Festival (Fiesta Futbolera). Plus, there are hand sanitizing stations inside Cotton Bowl Stadium.

 

Stay home if you’re not feeling well or you’ve had close contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19. Get tested and get well before you visit the Fair Park/Cotton Bowl Stadium. If within the 14 days before you attend the Club America vs. Chivas game on September 5 you have tested positive or presumptively positive for COVID-19, experienced any related symptoms or been in direct contact with or in the immediate vicinity of any person who is confirmed or suspected of being infected with COVID-19, even if you do not have symptoms, please stay home. 

 

Most of all, please respect your fellow fans. We’re all in this together. And please remember that some vendors may be short-staffed due to labor shortages and employee health concerns. Please practice patience and be kind to those who showed up to work and serve you at Fair Park events.

Please visit the CDC’s website for more information on how to protect yourself from COVID-19. 

 

CDC guidelines for fully vaccinated individuals:
https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/vaccines/fully-vaccinated.html     

 

CDC guidelines for non-vaccinated individuals:
https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prevent-getting-sick/prevention.html  

 

COVID-19 is an extremely contagious virus that can lead to severe illness and even death. An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place regardless of precautions that may be taken. By entering the Fair Park/Cotton Bowl Stadium, you voluntarily assume all risks, hazards and dangers related to exposure, contracting and/or transmitting COVID-19, and voluntarily waive all claims and suits against Fair Park First, Spectra, the event producers, City of Dallas, and the State Fair of Texas. 

 

All information and guidelines are subject to change. We will continue to monitor the situation and communicate updates if, and when, we received them.  

 

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