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Family Guide to Lions Football

Fall is for football – the Detroit Lions play 8 games at Ford Field and you’ll want to attend at least 1 as a family. Here’s everything you need to know for game day at Ford Field.


See the game live, ticket prices vary based on the game but you can find tickets for as low as $37. You can also get special promotions when you join Roary’s Cub Club. Cub Club membership costs $25 for kids age 14 and under and includes an exclusive Cub pack with Lions gear, access to exclusive events like Trick or Treating at Ford Field and Roary’s Holiday Celebration, and giveaways.


You don’t have to be a Cub Club member to stop by the Cub Club Zone on Leel 2 for face painting and crafts. After the game, line up at the lower concourse Level 1 behind Section 121/122 to let the littles score a touchdown on the field and receive a complimentary mini football.


You can also take a tour of Ford Field on select Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays. Tour prices range from $7 to $10 per person.


Helpful Tips

  • Children who are 2 years old or younger and who share a seat with an adult are free.
  • Strollers, car seat carriers and diaper bags are NOT permitted at Ford Field. You can bring a bag that is clear plastic, vinyl, or PVC and does not exceed 12” x 6” x 12. All bags are inspected. For a visual example of what you can bring to the stadium, click here.
  • There are two Nursing Rooms equipped with comfortable chairs, a baby changing table and a flat screen television. For entry or assistance check in at Guest Services at Gate A or B.
  • Game tickets are digital, download the Detroit Lions Official App for easy access.


ParkWhiz is the fastest and most convenient way to find and book parking before heading to Ford Field. Compare prices at garages and lots near the stadium and reserve a space online today by clicking here.


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Carrie Budzinski is the Vice President of LittleGuide Detroit. She grew up in Livonia and Detroit and continues to live life in both cities. Carrie loves exploring the city and finding hidden gems in the suburbs..

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