Coors Field has been the home to Major League Baseball’s Colorado Rockies since 1995 and is located in Denver’s Lower Downtown district. Below you will find a detailed breakdown of the Coors Field Seating Chart, including 3D views, seat and row numbers, the best seats for Rockies games, and where you can find the same Colorado Rockies seats at prices 10% cheaper than our leading competitor.

Coors Field has 50,455 seats and is located at 5,280 feet above sea level. The high altitude has given this field a reputation as a hitter’s ballpark, as a ball hit at this elevation travels approximately nine percent farther than it does at sea level. The field is distinguished by its old-fashioned 1920s-style clock tower at the main entrance and the amazing views of the Rocky Mountains it offers to baseball fans.


Coors Field Interactive Seating Chart with Seat Views

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Coors Field Seating Breakdown – Rockies Club and Suites

The seating at Coors Field is arranged at the 100, 200, 300 and 400 levels. Within these areas are a total of 13 types of seats with specific distinctions. The seat numbers for Coors Field follow a standard pattern, where seat number 1 is closest to the lower number section adjacent to it. For example seat 1 in section 131 will be closest to the highest seat number in sections 130.

The Colorado Rockies Suites sit between the 200- and 300-level sections and run the length of the field from home plate to the edge of each side of the outfield. The Club Level seats are at the 200 level and occupy sections 214 to 247. Within this level they are sub-divided between Club Level Infield and Club Level Outfield. The Club Level Infield is comprised of sections 221-223, 225-227, 234, 236, 238, 239 and 241. The Club Level Outfield includes the left field sections 242 through 247 and the right field sections 214 through 219.

Coors Field Seating Chart – Rockies Boxes

The Infield Boxes are at the field level and stretch from home plate to both corner bases. This area consists of 22 sections, 120 through 141. The Midfield Boxes are made up of just four narrow sections, two on either side of the ball park along both foul lines at the edge of the infield. The sections are 118 and 119 in right field and 142 and 143 in left field. The Outfield Boxes are located at the field level toward each field corner. The Right Field Box Seats are at field level and consist of sections 105 through 109.On the right field side they are sections 110 through 117 and on the left field side they are sections 144 through 150. Each of these sections begin at the edge of the field except for sections 113 and 114.

Coors Field Seating Chart – Reserved Sections

The Lower Reserved Seats are located at the 300 level in the front one-third of each section and are sub-divided into three areas. The Lower Reserved Infield seats are in sections 321 through 340. The Lower Reserved Outfield seats are in sections 315 through 319 in right field and 342 through 346 in left field. The Lower Reserved Corner seats are in sections 311 through 313. The Right Field Mezzanine Seats are at the 200 level and are located in sections 201 through 209. The Pavilion Seats are located at left and left-center field in sections 151 through 160.

The Upper Reserved Seats are sub-divided into three sections and are located in the back portions of all 300-level sections going from home plate out to the corner of each outfield. The Upper Reserved Infield Seats go from sections 321 to 340. The Upper Reserved Outfield seats go along right field in sections 315 to 319 and along left field in sections 342 to 347. The Upper Reserved Corner seats are in sections 311 to 314. The Right Field Reserved Seats are at the 300 level and go from deep right-center field to the right field corner and are split into two areas. The Upper Right Field Reserved seats are located toward the back portions of sections 301 through 310 and the Lower Right Field Reserved seats are located in section 301 through 309 in the front portion of each section. The Rockpile Seats are located directly in line with center field and consist of 2,300 bleacher seats spread across sections 401, 402 and 403.

Coors Field Seating Chart – Colorado Rockies Dugout & Bullpen

If you want to camp out near the hometown heroes, sections 121 through 125 are right behind the Rockies’ dugout. Are you rooting for the visitors and you want to let them know? Sections 136 through 140 are the closest to the visiting team’s dugout. The bullpens are located in front of sections 201-204.

Coors Field Seating Chart – Best Seats for Rockies Games

There are four suites positioned directly behind home plate. This area is called the Rockies Coors Clubhouse and the suites are named A, B, C and D. Most would agree that these accommodations hold outstanding seats. Locals claim that seats on the first base side down the line and a few rows toward the inside offer an excellent viewpoint. Another place for a great view is high up in one of the 300s on the third base side. The vantage point offers a full view of field play along with a breathtaking view of the Rocky Mountains which, on a clear day is something to behold.

Your best bet for catching a home run is finding a seat in the lower 150s. That area is close to the foul line and sees a lot of action from the hitters. If you happen to land tickets for a fireworks game, sit in the bleachers. Coors field staff let attendees in the bleachers onto the field first to view the displays.

Sections 105 through 108 are great if you want to get a touch of sunshine during a day game. Make sure you remember to bring sunglasses and sunscreen. If you are sensitive to heat, then a spot in one of the club level 200s section will put you in clear view of most of the action, while offering access to an air-conditioned concourse where you can cool off.

The low-300 sections will give you a nice view of the Mile High City, and a seat close to the end of the row in section 160 will give you a clear view of the fountains that go off every time the Rockies score.

Handicapped & ADA Seating and Parking at Coors Field

For those who are confined to a wheelchair and/or those looking to attend a game at Coors Field 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 ballpark 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.

If you’re looking for handicapped parking at Coors Field, there are roughly 300 disabled parking spaces located right next to Gate A and in the front of Lot A. Elevators are located all throughout the ballpark for handicapped fans, and they’re located at Gate A, behind Section 105, Gate B, behind Section 111, Gate D, behind Section 130, Gate E, behind section 147, and underneath the Rockpile in center field.

For the Colorado Rockies access guide to guests with disabilities, click here.

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