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Wizards and Capitals Benches
The Washington Wizards bench is located in front of section 101, and the Washington Capitals bench is located in front of sections 100 and 121. The penalty box at the Capital One Arena is located in front of section 111.
Standing Room Only (SRO)
A limited number of standing room only tickets are available for in demand Washington Capitals hockey games (particularly playoff games). Standing room only tickets are located in the lower level loge section of the Capital One Arena and do have specific numbers for where you can stand.
Capital One Arena Overview
The Capital One Arena opened in 1997 and is located 601 F Street Northwest in the Chinatown neighborhood of Washington DC. It is home to the Wizards, Capitals, and the Georgetown Hoyas. The Capital One Arena has a capacity of 20,0308 for basketball and 18,506 for hockey.
Best Seats for Wizards
The Best Seats for a Washington Wizards game are in sections 101 and 111, which are located at center court. The adjacent sections along the sidelines are also great options as well, but ideally for any basketball game, you want to sit as close to center court as possible. If these seats are not an option, the 200 level Club Seats are a great alternative.
Capital One Arena Seat Numbers
The seat numbers in Capital One Arena are consistent and seat number 1 will always be closer to the adjacent section with the lower section number. For example seat number 1 in section 113 is next to section 112 and seat number 11 (up to seat number 19) is next to section 114.
Capital One Arena Floor Seats for Concerts
The floor configuration for the Capital One Arena is different for most concerts, so while looking at tickets here on TickPick you may also want to check the exact seating map on TicketMaster. The direction of the seat numbers for floor seats is that the the lower the seat number the more to the left it will be. So the typical floor configuration would mean that seat number 1 of Floor 1 would be furthest from the center of the stage. While Seat number 1 of Floor 3 would be towards the center of the stage.
Washington Capitals Seating Info
The Capitals shoot twice on the side with sections 102 to 109 and or 202 to 213 / 401 to 415. The caps bench is right in front of section 100 and 121 and the visitor bench is in front of section 100 and 101. The Penalty box is in front of section 111 row C. Seat 1 of row A and B of section 112 is next to the box as well as seat 22 of row A and B of section 110.
Seat Numbers in the 100s, 200s and 400s
The 100s sections in the center court / ice have 22 seats (except for the last couple of rows where there are just a couple of rows with 20 seats). The rows in the corner sections start with a smaller number of seats per a row, typically 10 seats and increases to roughly 20 seats in the higher up rows. Most lower rows (A to F) in the 200s have either 16 seats while the higher rows (G to L) have 13 seats. In the 400s the lower rows have around 16 seats and the higher rows have as many as 23 seats. Note: Although seating charts are not drawn to exact scale the sections and parts of sections that appear smaller do reflect the seat numbers. For example section 216 has 16 seats in a row, in the lower half while the higher rows of section 216 only has 13 seats.
Capital One Arena Ticket Policy
Sellers must disclose all information that is listed on their tickets. For example, obstructed view seats at Capital One Arena would be listed for the buyer to consider (or review) prior to purchase. These notes include information regarding if the Capital One Arena seat view is a limited view, side view, obstructed view or anything else pertinent.