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The seat numbers at BC Place follow a pattern where the lowest numbered seats are always on the outside of each section. Seat numbers increase as you go down the row until the next section.
When it comes to premium seating, suites and club seats are both options at BC Place. There are 1,300 club seats with two lounges available on level 3 of the stadium. These seats have great views and include a private entrance into the stadium with a food and beverage service available. The pitchside club seats are unique as the first three rows offer move-able seating that brings fans down to field level. These seats also come with a exclusive lounge and a private food concession. There are 50 suites that can hold 14-25 fans, as well as hospitality areas that can hold anywhere from 50-200 people. These suites include private entrances, concierge service, and food and beverage service. Pitchside suites give fans the opportunity to sit right on the field with premium perks such as post-match player signings.
Founded in 1999, the Southsiders are the original Whitecaps supporters group and can be found in sections 249-254 of BC Place. The Southsiders gather at a local pub before most home matches and march together to the stadium by the hundreds. In 2000, the RCB (Rain City Brigade) was created by a group of friends and fans of the Whitecaps. The RCB have been relocated to various parts of the stadium over the years, but no matter where they are, they make their presence known. Curva Collective is the newest supporters group and can be found at home matches in sections 203-204.
When opened in 1983, BC Place was the largest open air stadium of its kind. Since its renovation in 2011, the open air roof has been replaced with one of the largest cable supported retractable roofs in the world. With a capacity of over 22,000 for MLS games (55,500 total capacity), BC Place is home to the Vancouver Whitecaps FC. BC Place is also home to the CFL's BC Lions, and has hosted the 2010 Winter Olympics, 2010 Paralympics, and the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup.
Team benches are located in front of sections 213-215
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