Several enhancements to the fan experience at USC home football games — on-field suites and premium clubs located on the field and outside the peristyle — will be introduced at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in the upcoming season through a partnership between the USC athletic department and Legends, a global leader in hospitality and client services.
Additional unique fan enhancements, including other dining and tailgating options and exclusive in-game viewing content, are being planned by USC and will be announced prior to the season.
The Peristyle Club, located outside the east end of the stadium, will provide members with a pre- and postgame tailgating experience, including all-inclusive upscale food and beverage, a cash bar, shaded lounge seating, music and live sports on television. The Peristyle Club experience will be an arm’s length away as the USC team enters the stadium during the pregame Trojan Walk. The club will be open three hours prior to kickoff and until an hour after the game ends.
Ten private field suites, seating 16 patrons on the field just feet from the action, will line the east end zone in front of the Sun Deck. Suite holders, who will access the field via the iconic Coliseum peristyle stairs, will enjoy a VIP-type experience. Field suite holders have unlimited entry to the Peristyle Club, as well as to the Field Club.
The exclusive Field Club, adjacent to the field suites, will provide 100 members with a high-end, on-field experience, including food and beverage service. The football team’s entrance into the stadium from the Trojan Walk will include passage through the Field Club, whose members also have access to the Peristyle Club.
For more information or to reserve a spot in the new Field Suite, Field Club or Peristyle Club, contact the USC Premium Department at firstname.lastname@example.org. Access to the field suites, Field Club and Peristyle Club are available on a season or individual game basis.
The USC football team, under new coach Steve Sarkisian, returns 18 starters on offense and defense from a squad that went 10-4 last season. The Trojans will open their 2014 campaign at home against Fresno State on Aug. 30.