Stadium TFRs (also known as Sporting Event TFRs) are graphically presented on the Maps page when the TFRs layer is selected. No additional setting is required to view them. Stadium TFRs, however, can only be seen when connected to the internet or, if you Pack prior to flight, the Stadium TFRs will be available in-flight even when using an ADS-B receiver. Stadium TFRs are not broadcast over the ADS-B system.
The FAA does not publish specific Stadium TFRs. Instead, they publish a single NOTAM (FDC NOTAM 0/367) that defines what would qualify as a Stadium TFR. To help pilots know when they can not fly over stadiums based on the NOTAM, ForeFlight monitors event schedules for Major League Baseball, the National Football League, NCAA Football, Indy Car, NASCAR Sprint Cup, and Champ series events and integrates that information into the TFR layer on the Maps page. When a TFR description is viewed on the Maps page, these events display "(ForeFlight)" next to the active date & time.
ForeFlight looks forward three days for events that match the criteria defined by FDC NOTAM 0/367. The default duration for each event that is matched is set to six hours and per FDC NOTAM 0/367 the active time is set to begin 1 hour before the scheduled start time of the event. Red TFRs are those that are active or will be active in the next 8 hours. Yellow TFRs are those that are inactive for at least the next 8 hours. As always, we recommend communicating with ATC in flight to steer clear of these areas when they are active.
To view TFR's, go to the Maps view, tap on the drop-down menu in the upper left, and select TFRs from the overlay options.
Maps page with Aeronautical Map and TFR layers selected.