Welcome to TickPick’s Houston Texans Seating Chart. Here we will cover everything you need to know before purchasing tickets, including NRG Stadium row and seat numbers, Texans seat views, best seats, and much where you can find the same Houston Texans seats at prices 10% cheaper than our leading competitor.
NRG Stadium Virtual Seating Chart with Rows
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NRG Stadium Seat Numbers
The seat numbers at NRG Stadium are consistent through the entire stadium. For every section, seat number 1 will always be closer to the adjacent section the lower section number. For example, seat number 1 in section 126 will be next to section 125, while seat 23 in section 126 will be next to section 127.
Best Seats for Houston Texans Games
The best seats for a Houston Texans game can be subjective, but ideally you want to be sitting in between the 30 yard lines, in sections 125-128 or 105-108. The best view is not in the first 10 rows (A-J), but rather in between rows K-Z. Sitting in these rows gives the greatest view of the entire field, and allows you to watch the plays develop. The centrally located club level seats are also an incredible option in the first 10 rows, but the price tag can be a bit higher.
Seats Per Row at NRG Stadium
The 100s Sections at NRG Stadium have between 21-23 seats along the sidelines, with that number jumping to 28 in the corner sections (114, 119, 134, 139). This pattern stays fairly consistent in the upper level sections as well, expect the corner sections to shrink down to as low as 7 seats in the 300s corners (i.e. 329), 16 in the 500s corners (i.e. 526). So although the seating chart is not drawn to scale, it is indicative of the number of seats in a particular row. In the 600 sections the corners are very inconsistent, but the sidelines typically have 21 seats in the first row and 27 in the last row.
Houston Texans Club Seats
Club Seats at NRG Stadium are located in the 300 level and are also known as Verizon Wireless Club seating. In addition to some of the best sight lines, club seats include private entrances, access to Verizon Wireless Club loungers, in-seat wait service, upscale food and beverage, and four full service themed bars. 300 Club level sections in 301-318 and 329-346.
Where is the Houston Texans Bench?
The Houston Texans bench is located between section 104-109, and the visitors bench is located between sections 124-129.
Houston Texans Tailgating
All parking lots at NRG Stadium open four hours prior to kickoff for tailgating activities, and they do require pre-purchased parking hangtags, which can be purchased direct or on the secondary market.
NRG Stadium Reviews
“Is there really a way to fairly rate Reliant Stadium (now NRG Stadium) as anything other than 5 stars? This facility is one of Houston’s best facilities and comes complete with a retractable roof. I’ve been when it was closed and I’ve been when it was open and both experiences were nothing less than astonishing. The engineering that went into this facility was masterful. I’ve had seats from the nose bleed level, to suites, to center field 3 rows up and all offer a great view of the field. Tailgating is an experience that everyone MUST try! Thank goodness Reliant allows and welcomes this with open arms.”
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