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When purchasing tickets to a Cleveland Browns game at FirstEnergy Stadium, it’s very important that you know exactly where you’ll be sitting. Our Cleveland Browns seating chart with seat views will give you all the information you need to make an informed purchase, including row and seat numbers, seat views, and where you can find […]Read More →
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In this week’s installment of TickPick’s Big Ticket Game, quarterback Tom Brady leads the New England Patriots (3-1) into Cleveland to face the winless Browns (0-4) this Sunday, Oct. 9 at FirstEnergy Stadium. The Browns have had their fair share of bad luck through the years, be it a carousel of shoddy quarterbacks, major gaffes, untimely […]Read More →
FirstEnergy Stadium (formerly Cleveland Browns Stadium) is located in downtown Cleveland and is home to NFL's Cleveland Browns. The stadium opened in 1999, sitting on 31 acres of land between Lake Erie and the Cleveland Memorial Shoreway. FirstEnergy Stadium has a capacity of 73,200 making it the 10th largest venue in the NFL.
The Cleveland Browns family sections are located in upper level (sections 541-543). No alcohol is permitted in these sections, making for some of the cheapest seats at FirstEnergy Stadium.
The Dawg Pound in Cleveland are some of the most loyal and well known fans in all of football. If you want to sit in with this rowdy bunch, score seats in sections 118-122, but be advised, these are not kid friendly sections!
The Cleveland Browns bench is located in from of sections 131-136, and the visitors bench is located in front of sections 106-111.
The best seats for a Cleveland Browns game are in the sections closest to mid field in the 100 and 300 levels. In the 100 level, you want to make sure you sit above row 10 so you have enough height to watch the plays develop from all over the field. If you opt for midfield seats in the 300 level you want the lowest seat numbers possible.
The seat numbers in all sections of FirstEnergy Stadium run left to right when facing the field of play. For example seat number 1 is always the aisle seat on the far left of any given section.
The Cleveland Browns club seats are located in the 300 level sections at midfield and sideline locations. Club seats for the Cleveland Browns provide additional amenities such as extra wide and cushioned seats, City and Lake view Club Lounges, upscale food and beverage options, and private restrooms.
Sellers must disclose all information that is listed on their tickets. For example, obstructed view seats at FirstEnergy Stadium would be listed for the buyer to consider (or review) prior to purchase. These notes include information regarding if the FirstEnergy Stadium seat view is a limited view, side view, obstructed view or anything else pertinent.