The MetLife Stadium is committed to providing a memorable event day experience for all our guests. The MetLife Stadium, the Giants, Jets and our promoters ask the guests to assist in creating an enjoyable and safe environment. This 4 hour Fan Code of Conduct Class is required of all guests who have been asked to leave the stadium for violations of our “Code of Conduct”. Guests must return the “certificate of completion” of this course before re-entry is permitted. SEE COMPLETION REQUIREMENTS BELOW.
In short, the purpose of this online class is to educate our guests about the risks of alcohol use, abuse, dependence and addiction as well as better understanding the Code of Conduct of our stadium. The course is completely educational, and is meant to be a positive learning experience. We want to create the safest possible environment for our guests and we hope that this course will be an engaging learning experience for you.
The MetLife Stadium also supports the efforts of MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) and the HERO campaign. The total cost of the class is $250.00. $50 of this course fee will go directly to the efforts of these national non-profit organizations. "The mission of MADD is to stop drunk driving, support the victims of this violent crime and prevent underage drinking." "The mission of the HERO Campaign is to prevent drunken driving tragedies by promoting the use of safe and sober designated drivers."
English Fan Conduct Class
Spanish Fan Conduct Class
COMPLETION REQUIREMENTS: You will receive a certificate upon completing the class. This certificate must be submitted to Daniel DeLorenzi, MetLife Stadium Director of Safety Services, and you must wait for a letter or email indicating you have been readmitted to the stadium. Returning to MetLife Stadium without receiving authorization from Daniel DeLorenzi, MetLife Stadium Director of Safety Services, will result in a criminal complaint for violation of N.J. Title 2C:18-3b, Defiant Trespasser.
This 4 hour class will cover the following topics:
- Introduction, purpose and benefits of Fan Conduct Class
- Stadium “Code of Conduct” (Failing to follow instruction of stadium personnel)
- Alcohol abuse and public intoxication (Intoxication or other signs of alcohol or substance impairment that results in irresponsible behavior)
- What is disruptive fan behavior? (Behavior that is unruly, disruptive, or illegal in nature)
- Gaining control of ourselves (Interference with the progress of the game, including throwing objects onto the field)
- Skills in improving empathy towards other fans
- Skills for becoming less impulsive and improving judgment
- Skills for better managing stress and learning new ways of staying in control during the game day experience
- Communication skills as prevention (Foul or abusive language or obscene gesture)
- Verbal or physical harassment of opposing team fans
- Smoking policies
- Review of stadium code of conduct and course skills
Click this link to review the MetLife stadium’s "Guest Code of Conduct".