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Here’s everything you want to know about the MetLife Stadium seating chart, home to the New York Giants, New York Jets and various concerts and other major events held each year. Our Metlife Stadium seating charts below include row & seat numbers, 3d seat views and tips on the best seats for football games or […]Read More →
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If the weather is bad, the best seats in the house in order to avoid the wrath of mother nature are located under the overhang behind both end zones. These sections are 121-131, 101-106, and 146-149. The overhang covers rows 36 to 45. These seats are best when weather conditions are less than optimal. If you rather rough it out while watching the NY Giants or NY Jets, rows 1-35 should have some great deals available.
The home team's sideline at Metlife Stadium for football games would be in front of sections 111-115, so if you want to be on the Jets or Giants side, that would be where to look for seats. The visitor's sideline at Metlife would be right across the field in front of sections 137-140.
Some of the best seats for football games at Metlife Stadium are in the midfield sections 137, 139, and 140 and 112, 113 and 114. Putting aside a coolness factor of sitting right on top of the field, the best seat would be in between row 10 and 20. When sitting at or near the 50 yard line, this elevation is important for viewing purposes allowing you to gain depth perception and better angles when the game is being played on the opposite side of the field or near an endzone. This comes down to personal preference, but we think it's safe to say for the 100s sections on the sidelines, you want seats higher than the 10th row. When looking to buy tickets in any of the 100s sections, the first row seats are only desired for the experience, not for the view. For example, being in the first row of a section in the endzone can be great for the occasional touchdown, but this perk will also have it's cons when the ball is on the opposite side.
All parking lots on stadium grounds are lettered A through N, with letters like A, B. C, etc being closer to the stadium than the lower letters like N and P. Blue Pass or General Admission parking permits will get you into every parking lot except E, F or G. The Red Pass or the VIP parking permit will get you into Lots E, F or G. All of these parking lots lettered A-P are within walking distance of the stadium, and lots P and N are by far the furthest from the stadium itself.
Metlife Stadium is a football stadium located in East Rutherford, NJ that was built in 2010 and serves as the home of the NFL's New York Giants and New York Jets. It's the only shared stadium between teams in the league and also holds many large concerts and other events in the offseason. It has a capacity of 82,500, allowing for some of the largest gatherings for events in the Northeast and Tri-State area.
Similar to many other stadiums, Metlife Stadium arranges seat numbers to where in any given section at Metlife Stadium, seat #1 will always be near the aisle closest to the lower labeled section. For example, the seat number one in section 110 is closest to the highest seat number in section 109.
There's a few different options for fans looking for club seating for a game at Metlife Stadium. For field level club seats, you can look into the Toyota Coaches Club, located in Sections 11C, 112-114 and 115C. These seats afford access to a massive club located in between the two team locker rooms. One of the more unique amenities in the NFL is the on field patio that ticket holders have access to, located directly behind the home team bench. For those fans looking for mezzanine level club seating, you can seek out the Chase and Toyota Clubs in sections 211-216 and 236-241. The seats in these sections are extra wide and cushioned, plus they have extra leg room with ideal views of the field. The clubs themselves include upscale food and beverage options.
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