Fans headed to Banc of California Stadium for Saturday’s 1 p.m. MLS Cup final between LAFC and the Philadelphia Union were told not to bring their cars.

No parking will be allowed at the 22,000-seat stadium due to a USC football game at the L.A. Memorial Coliseum scheduled to take place later that same day, the club posted on its website.

“There will be NO PARKING SPACES AVAILABLE IN OR AROUND EXPOSITION PARK AND BANC OF CALIFORNIA STADIUM for fans attending MLS Cup,” the website stated.

However, the team is making accommodations for its fans to help offset some of the inconveniences.

The Banc will open at 10:30 a.m., “a little earlier than usual,” and food and drink specials will be offered, said Dave Denholm, LAFC’s radio announcer.

“They’re going to have food specials, 50% off food, some drink specials from 10:30 to 11:30, so get here early,” Denholm said.

As for the travel itself, the club has a few alternative plans it is urging fans to use to get to the game.

The best options include the Metro E Line express rail and Metro Silver Line bus, an LAFC Park & Ride shuttle service from Dodger Stadium, and using rideshare apps, the team stated.

“I’m an old guy, I’ve taken Metro, it’s great. It drops you off right by the stadium. If I can do it, you can do it,” Denholm said. “I’m expecting these fans to get here early and they’re going to be pumped up. There’s no way anybody is going to miss out on this. This is just too big.”

LAFC reminded fans that no tailgating is allowed for those parking on Dodgers property.

Fans were also encouraged to plan their trip using the Transitapp or Metro Trip Planner online.