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The best seats for a Kansas Jayhawks basketball game are located in sections F-H and R-T, with the first rows in sections 5-7 and 16-18 coming in a close second. These seats are reserved for the highest donors at Kansas University, but TickPick has tickets in these section available for purchase!
The seat numbers are Allen Fieldhouse follow a consistent pattern through out the arena. Seat one in the lettered sections will always be closest to the section with the lower letter. So for example seat one in section G will be on the aisle closest to section F. The same pattern applies in the numbered sections, where seat one in section 6 will be on the aisle closest to section 5.
While the seating chart shows breaks in the sections, Allen Fieldhouse is actually one consecutive level that goes from the floor to the top of the arena. The majority of seats are bleacher seating, aside from select rows in single digit sections closest to mid-court.
The student sections at Allen Fieldhouse are all general admission (GA), meaning that the sections fill up on a first come first serve basis, so you'll want to make sure you get there early. The student sections include sections 19-22, the lower sections of 22 and 1, VP and V1, A-C, L-M, and the lower sections of 11-12.
The Jayhawks' bench is located in front of section T, while the visitor's bench is located in front of section R.
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