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Penn State Athletics Announces ‘Beaver Stadium Tunnel Club’

For folks who want an inside peek into Beaver Stadium and Penn State football, you’re in luck.

Penn State football and Penn State Athletics announced the Beaver Stadium Tunnel Club, which will be located in the south tunnel and offer fans exclusive views, access, and benefits.

Courtesy of Penn State Athletics

The club will grant members an open bar, private restrooms, Wi-Fi, and a unique view of the team taking the field at home games.

Aside from gamedays, the Tunnel Club will potentially be available to members during away games, select Penn State Athletics home games, graduation weekend, Arts Fest, and other events.

For $10,000 annually, folks will gain four passes per event and can rent the club for private events throughout the year, too.

Those interested can join the interest list here.

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