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Beaver Stadium is located in State College, Pennsylvania and is home to the Penn State Nittany Lions. The stadium is named after James A. Beaver, a lawyer who grew up in nearby Bellefonte, served in the Union Army during the Civil War and ultimately became the governor of Pennsylvania and the President of Penn State University’s […]The post Penn State Football Seating Chart | Beaver Stadium Seat Views first appeared on TickPick's Blog - News From Around The Live Event Industry. Read More →
It's cliche to say, but there really isn't a bad seat at Beaver Stadium for a Penn State football game. You can feel the energy of the crowd from all corners of the stadium. But, like any football stadium, the best viewing will come in the sections between the 30 yard lines. Personally, I like sitting closer to the North Endzone along the sideline. You have a great view of the field and face the student section, which is entertaining to watch in its own right.
Sections NKU and NLU are the designated visiting team sections at Beaver Stadium. If you are fan of the opposing team and want to sit ensure you sit with your fellow fans, this is where you want to be. If you are a Penn State fan, make sure you avoid these sections!
The club level at Beaver Stadium is located in sections SAC-SLC, just above the student sections. These seats have chairbacks (!), with more leg room than the standard seats. These seats provide access to the 28,000 square foot Mount Nittany Lounge, which is climate controlled and offers upscale food and beverage options. Perhaps the biggest selling point in these seats is that they serve alcohol inside the Mount Nittany Lounge, the only place inside the stadium that does (that isn't a suite).
There are two suite levels at Beaver Stadium. Suite Level One runs numbers 1-30 and Suite Level Two runs numbers 31-60. The Suites are located on the east side of the stadium (Penn State sideline) and are climate controlled with about 500 square feet of space. The suites fit up to 16 people, with twelve permanent seats and four portable ones. The suites also include a lounge area, closet, wet bar and private restrooms.
The Penn State student sections are in the South Endzone in the lower level, and curve around into the corner and sideline behind the Penn State bench. Those tickets sell out in just a few hours each year, with over 21,000 allotted for the students across all Penn State campuses. Students aren't assigned a specific seat, location is determined on a first come first serve basis. You won't be able to buy student section tickets on the secondary market. Plenty of students will camp out during game weeks for a chance to get as close to the action as possible. The small village that comes and goes each week is known as Nittanyville.
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