From The Tribune staff reports
BIRMINGHAM — The AHSAA Super 7 is in full swing, with the 6A championship game between Clay-Chalkville and Hueytown set for 7 p.m. on Friday, December 3, 2021 in the newly-opened Protective Stadium in downtown Birmingham.
As with any new stadium, there are new rules enforced. Fans attending the 6A title game should know the following:
- Clear plastic bags that do not exceed 12″ X 6″ X 12″
- One-gallon clear resealable plastic storage bags
- Small clutch bags
- Purses do not have to be clear if they are smaller than 5″ X 7″
- Artificial noisemakers
- Outside food and drink
- Video Cameras
- Weapons (including firearms)
- Selfie sticks
- Stadium seats with arms
- Flags with flagpoles
- Cameras with lenses more than 4 inches long
- All Super 7 fan parking around the city of Birmingham and Protective Stadium will be on a first-come, first-serve basis and no shuttle services will be utilized.
- Parking is $20
- There will be restricted event parking areas associated with the Super 7 state championship games, and those with access will be issued an event parking pass.
- Fans attending games that display a current state-issued and valid handicapped tag or placard will allow them to park in any designated handicapped areas or utilize the red parking garage on 22nd Street North.