WrestleMania XXXVII is WWE’s biggest event of the entire year that’s held on professional sports entertainment’s grandest stage and has been called “The Super Bowl of professional wrestling,” in which many a WWE Championship belt exchange hands as WWE superstars battle it out in the squared circle. It was originally scheduled to be held in at Raymond James Stadium, home of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers last year in 2020, but due to Covid-19, the WWE instead held the pay-per-view event indoors in Orlando without fans in attendance.

This year’s Wrestlemania will be held on Sunday April 11th at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, FL as a mulligan, of sorts for the host city that missed out last year. It will follow the Super Bowl in Tampa Bay, which will have around 22,000 WWE fans in attendance, so the WWE has announced that they absolutely intend on having fans in the crowd for this year’s show. It’s assumed that the seating capacity for wrestling fans will be at least 22,000, if not more, meaning that ticket availability, while scarce, will still be greater than most major events to this point since last year. As more information on ticket quantity becomes available in the coming weeks, we’ll be sure to update this post. 

The WWE WrestleMania 37 Seating Chart can be a little bit tricky, so we’ve broken it down for you below including seat and row numbers, the best seats for WrestleMania 37, and of course cheaper WWE WrestleMania Tickets.

 

WrestleMania 37 Interactive Seating Chart

 

Hover over each section for row breakdown

WrestleMania 37 Golden Circle Seats

The Golden Circle seats at WWE WrestleMania 37 are located in the first 9 rows in the ring side sections. These tickets allow for you to keep your chair at the end of the event, if that’s something that interests you. These seats will also allow for you to use a special entrance to the stadium, and a collectible WrestleMania 37 ticket holder.

Aside from all the added amenities, the Golden Circle are without question the best seats in the house for WWE action, but of course that also means they are also the most expensive. These tickets sell for over $2,000 at face value, which is staggering number (Super Bowl tickets have similar face values), but do include access to a Gold Circle VIP stadium entrance and a commemorative take-home folding chair.

WrestleMania 37 Seating | 100 Level

If you can’t be on the field level for WWE WrestleMania Sunday, the 100 level is your best bet to get a solid view. Keep in mind that the 100 level is split into two parts, with the closer half of the section noted with an ‘R’ for Riser. The riser sections include temporary seating that include anywhere from 18-22 rows, depending on the section, and all of the standard 100 level sections run from rows A-Z, then AA-DD, for a total of 30 rows per section.

Keep in mind the riser sections are temporary, with a very gradual slope from the front row until the last, where the section will meet with the permanent 100 level sections.

Just like if you were attending a football game, the closer your seats are to mid-field, the better. Seats in the end zones are going to make seeing the action difficult, especially in sections 120-126, since you’ll be on the opposite side of the field from the entrance ramp that runs between sections 147 and 149. Keep in mind that seat number 1 will always to the right of the section when you are facing the field.

WrestleMania 37 Seating | 200 Level

The 200 level is relatively close to the 100 level section, and because of this, you’re better off sitting in sections closer to mid-field than in the end zone in the 100 level. For example, I would rather sit in section 239 than section 126.

It is also important to keep in mind that the ring for this WWE event is going to look very small on this football field, so the lower row number you can get, the better.

WrestleMania 37 Seating | 300 Level

We’d be lying if we told you that there are great views high up in the 300s level at WrestleMania 37. That being said, these are the cheapest Wrestlemania XXXVII tickets to WWE’s greatest live event. If you’re going to go this route, try to either be as close to mid-field and in the lowest row possible.

It’s important to note that the sections behind the entrance may be limited view seating (which would encompass sections 241-245 and 201-205), and therefore we would not advise sitting in those sections. Any seats that the WWE considers limited view will be marked in the listing, so be sure to pay attention to the seller notes or the limited view icon showing up on that listing before making your purchase.

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