This State Farm Stadium (formerly known as University of Phoenix Stadium) seating chart details the home of the Arizona Cardinals. Here you’ll find seating information that includes 3d views, rows & seat numbers, tips on where to sit for any event at State Farm Stadium, and where you can find the same Arizona Cardinals seats at prices 10% cheaper than our leading competitor.
- 1 State Farm Stadium Seating Chart with Rows
- 2 The Best Seats for the Arizona Cardinals
- 3 The Best Cheap Seats at State Farm Stadium
- 4 State Farm Stadium Seat Numbers and Row Numbers
- 5 State Farm Stadium 3d Seating Chart
- 6 User Review of State Farm Stadium
- 7 Handicapped & ADA Seating at State Farm Stadium
- 8 How to Get Cheaper Arizona Cardinals Tickets
- 9 Arizona Cardinals Schedule
State Farm Stadium Seating Chart with Rows
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The Best Seats for the Arizona Cardinals
In my opinion, whether you sit on the Home sideline (section 104 to 112) or the Visitor’s sideline (section 126 to 134) doesn’t matter all that much. Obviously, some of the best seats are sections 128, 129, 130 & 107, 108 and 109. Putting aside the so-close-to-the-players-I-can-smell-them factor, the best seats would definitely be between rows 10 and 20. When sitting at or near the 50 yard line, elevation is important for viewing all the action.
When looking to buy tickets in any of the 100s sections the first row seats are only desired for the experience, not for the view. Being in the first row of a section in the endzone can be great for the occasional touchdown, but this perk will also have its cons when the ball is on the opposite side. This comes down to personal preference, but I think it’s safe to say for the 100s sections on the sidelines most of the time you want seats higher than the 10th row.
The Best Cheap Seats at State Farm Stadium
With a capacity of 63,400, it’s rare that the top tier at State Farm still has great views of the field. The Upper Level Main (sections 411-414 and 442-445) are you’re best bet when purchasing upper level seats. The prime spot in the center ensures an equal view of all parts of the field.
Note: Sections 114, 424 and 432 are Family Sections; no alcohol is permitted in these sections. Another thing to remember for big events at the stadium (Bowl games, Super Bowl) is that they add seats to the upper decks on the end zones that aren’t usually there to accommodate larger audiences. These seats are obstructed view seats so be wary when purchasing any seat number greater than 23 in the Terrace Level of the UofP Stadium.
State Farm Stadium Seat Numbers and Row Numbers
State Farm Stadium seat numbers follow a common stadium pattern where seat number 1 is closest to the lower number section adjacent to it. For example, seat number 1 in section 127 will be closest to section 126, and seat 18 in section 127 will be closest to section 128.
- The 100’s (Main Level) sections contain 41 rows, and generally have 18 seats per row.
- The 200’s sections are club level seats
- The 400’s (Terrace Level) sections contain 28 rows, the firs 5 of which are labeled A – F, followed by rows 1-23. The 400’s generally have 18 seats per row.
- Club Level Seating – The State Farm Stadium’s almost 7,500 club level tickets are divided into Club Sideline (section 209-214, 235-240), Club Goalline (section 206-208, 215-217, 232-234, and 241-243), and Club Corner (section 201-205, 218-222, 227-231, and 244-2448) seats
State Farm Stadium 3d Seating Chart
The Arizona Cardinals have a 3d seating chart which can help you visualize a view from your seat at the State Farm Stadium. To see these 3d seat views visit here. However, do read the user review below discussing how these online seat views don’t always portray the view of the real thing (typically for the worse).
User Review of State Farm Stadium
The online seating charts and visuals suck. The upper deck is much higher than the lower/ mid-level seats, and anywhere below the upper deck probably even offers a better view from a slanted angel. Not knowing this, I incidentally purchased two different sets of tickets (one set for a slanted lower-deck view and another for a side, upper-deck view) for the sum of over $500 only to have to sell two for a $200 loss.
The stadium is also frigid-cold in the winter considering that State Farm Stadium is a dome. However, they probably open it to save money instead of heating it and the Western sun blinds (but warms… and even tans!) those in the upper Eastern side (Section 440 to 455). So, if you are sitting on the Eastern side (especially in the upper portion), bring sunglasses and/ or a hat. And if it’s getting close to winter, regardless where you are sitting don’t forget to bring warm clothes!
Handicapped & ADA Seating at State Farm Stadium
For those who are confined to a wheelchair and/or those looking to attend a game at State Farm Stadium with somebody who is, there is some important information that you’ll want to know. If you’re seeking ADA or handicapped seating, you’ll find that there are accessible rows at the top of most sections within the venue and spread throughout. If necessary, folding chairs will be provided with guests, such as ones looking to sit with a fan confined to a wheelchair. One trick you can use to filter tickets that are handicapped or ADA accessible is by using our “Additional filters +” button on the event page that allow you to select “ADA (wheelchair accessible),” which shows all seats that the seller has marked as handicapped seating.
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