Information and FAQs

Welcome to Mercedes-Benz Stadium

Mercedes-Benz Stadium is proud to partner with FEMA, GEMA, the State of Georgia, Fulton County and the City of Atlanta to host the Community Vaccination Center. Below you will find some information to help make your experience as seamless as possible.

Scroll below for FAQs and more information on stadium and appointments.



Find everything you need from stadium parking and maps to making appointments.

Stadium Information

Can anyone show up and get the vaccine at Mercedes-Benz Stadium?

No, all vaccines are distributed by appointment only. More info can be found here.

Appointments cannot be made by calling or showing up at Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

Where do I park to get my vaccine?

Parking is available free of charge in the silver deck, adjacent to Mercedes Benz Stadium. Use the address 1414 Andrew Young International Blvd. Atlanta, Ga. 30313 for GPS directions to the Silver deck. Once parked exit out level six at the top of the silver deck.

Can I take MARTA to Mercedes-Benz Stadium?

Yes, MARTA has two train stops adjacent to Mercedes-Benz Stadium. The Arena/Stadium/GWCC/CNN Center Stop and the Vine City. The closest stop to Gate two is the Arena/Stadium/GWCC/CNN Center Stop.

Where do I enter Mercedes-Benz Stadium?

Gate Two, which is adjacent to the Silver Deck parking. For a stadium map, please click here.

Do I have to wear a face covering to Mercedes-Benz Stadium?

Mercedes-Benz Stadium is requiring that all guests age two and up must wear a face covering at all times. It is strongly recommended that everyone arrive at the stadium wearing face coverings and wear them walking to and from parking lots or public transit.

Will there be food and drink available for purchase?

At this time, none of our concession stands are open.

Appointment Information

How do I schedule an appointment?

All appointments are scheduled here.

Can I register for the vaccine through call center?

Not at this time. The only way to register is through

Why can I not get an appointment scheduled?

All appointments are scheduled based on the number of doses the State of Georgia receives from the federal government as more vaccines are made available, more appointments will follow.

Is there a waiting list?

The registration page will allow people to sign up for notifications once their eligibility for the vaccine changes.

How do I schedule my second dose/booster shot?

Your second dose/booster shot will be scheduled at Mercedes-Benz Stadium before you leave after receiving the first dose. If you receive the Pfizer vaccine it will be at least 21 days after your initial appointment. The only people who can get their second shot/booster shot at Mercedes-Benz Stadium are people who received their first shot at Mercedes-Benz Stadium

Do I have to get both doses?

Both the Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines require two shots. The first shot starts building protection and primes the immune system, but everyone should come back a few weeks later for the second shot to get the most protection the vaccine can offer and strengthen the immune response.

The Johnson and Johnson Vaccine does not require a second dose.

I missed my appointment how can I reschedule?

If you missed your original appointment, you will have to re-enter the system and schedule a new appointment.

What do I need to bring to my appointment?

Everyone coming to receive the vaccine should bring a valid form of ID and confirmation of their appointment.

If arriving for your second dose, please remember to bring your vaccination card as well.

Which Vaccine will I receive?

At this time the FDA has approved three vaccines, Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson. The State of Georgia gets an allotment of each distributes them accordingly. Currently (though subject to change) the Pfizer vaccine is being administered at Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

In late April, we will have the Johnson and Johnson vaccine available as well.

If other vaccines are approved by the FDA they could be added to the mix as well pending availability on the day of your appointment based on the allotment the State of Georgia receives each week.

I saw another websites selling appointments to receive vaccines at Mercedes-Benz Stadium, should I buy them?

Please be aware of scams. Do not purchase anything from a third-party website or person.

Can I make an appointment for someone else such as my parents, partner or spouse?

Log onto the Department of Health’s site for more information

Can I transfer a scheduled appointment to another eligible individual?
Appointments cannot be transferred or sold to other people. The name on the appointment must match a valid ID at registration


For more COVID-19 related FAQs and information, please visit the CDC's website here.Please stay home if you or anyone who you have been in close contact with has recently tested positive for COVID-19 or recently experienced a fever, ailment, or any symptoms consistent with COVID-19.We have taken enhanced health and safety measures for everyone entering Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Everyone must follow all instructions (both from associates and posted throughout the building) while visiting Mercedes-Benz Stadium.An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place. COVID-19 is an extremely contagious disease that can lead to severe illness and death.Under Georgia law, there is no liability for an injury or death of an individual entering these premises if such injury or death results from the inherent risks of contracting COVID-19. You are assuming this risk by entering Mercedes-Benz Stadium.