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What's Going on at Heart Health Park?

Join us for Fan Appreciation Night where fans have a chance to win  prizes and getaways! Check out the information below to know what to expect during your game day experience.

Bag Policy

Heart Health Park will enforce a Clear Bag Policy to expedite your stadium entry experience and reduce security screening interactions. 

  • The policy allows for one (1) clear plastic, vinyl or PVC bags that do not exceed 12" X 6" X 12" in size.
  • Handheld bags with or without a handle or strap or wallets that do not exceed 5" X 8" or approximately the size of a hand, are allowable and do not need to be clear plastic.
  • Guests can carry in parental bags, medically necessary items, blankets, jackets as long as they are readily available for screening at entry

Learn more at

Shop the Republic FC Clear Tote here>> 

Concessions - Mobile Order and Pickup

Fans can now take advantage of our convenient mobile ordering solution to avoid standing in lines. On the Republic FC App you can order food and beverage for pick-up from your phone.  Navigate to the stadium tab, place your order from your seat and pick-up at your selected location when your order is ready. Download the app>>

Parking/Tailgating & Stadium Entry

Purchase parking + tailgate passes >> 

  • You can purchase tailgate passes for the match here. Reservations will be an additional $5 (above standard parking fees) and available for purchase online on a game-by-game basis. View tailgate map & policies>>
  • For an expedited arrival and entry, it is recommended that you pre-purchase parking for the match here. You may also purchase parking upon arrival with your credit card. 
  • There will be no valet bike parking, but bike racks will be available. 
  • Stadium entry protocols will be adjusted to allow a minimum of six feet between groups while queuing for both security and the ticket-scanners. To expedite this process, all tickets are mobile and the Clear Bag Policy will apply.

Health and Safety Protocols

Aligned with the Center for Disease Control guidance and the latest guidelines by state and county health officials, masks will not be required, but remain a recommended prevention measure for guests that are not fully vaccinated.

Several safety measures – including mobile ticketing, socially distanced line queuing, mobile concession ordering, contactless payments,  and enhanced cleaning protocols – will remain in place.