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Auburn Fan Day set for August 11th

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Auburn's annual Fan Day presented by Golden Flake Snack Foods is scheduled for Sunday, Aug. 11 from 3:30-5:30 p.m. CT at the Auburn Arena. The event is free of charge.

This annual preseason event gives Tiger fans a unique opportunity to interact with their favorite players and coaches. Doors will open at approximately 3 p.m. to allow fans to begin getting in line for autographs. The autograph session will end promptly at 5:30 p.m.


Members of the Auburn football team and football head coach Gus Malzahn, along with the Auburn cheerleaders, Tiger Paws, and the soccer and volleyball teams will be available for autographs. Fans can also get their photo taken with Aubie, but Aubie will not sign autographs during this event. Posters and schedule cards will be provided at no charge.


In order to serve as many fans as possible, each fan may only bring ONE item to be signed. Autograph items are not restricted as long as they can be transported by one person without holding up the line and do not pose a safety hazard or impede the line. AU Athletics Department staff reserve the right to deny an item if it poses a problem. Players will be arranged with tables clearly marked.

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