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The Montreal Impact has three main supporter groups: Ultras Montreal, 127 Montreal, and 1642MTL. All of these groups have one thing in common; their love for the Impact. These supporter groups occupy sections 132, 127, and 114 respectively. If you are a die hard Impact fan, sitting in any of these sections is a must. However, if you are more of a casual fan, these sections may be a deterrent. The Impact have some of the most loyal and fierce supporter groups in the MLS.
Saputo Stadium has numerous options for in game premium seating. Touchline Tables have an unrivaled proximity to players during the game in an ideal corporate context. The Mezzanine provides a private and unique game-viewing experience, a game day hostess, and fully furnished seating all while located under the stadium???s roof. Corporate Suites are the apex of comfort. In the suites are fully furnished comfortable seating, an unmatched view of the field and a game day hostess. Field-side Seats give fans the experience of watching the match with the same view as the players, coaches, and referees. Club 93 provides fans a private setting: spacious, comfortable, and covered by the roof. With unlimited food and non-alcoholic beverages. And finally, the Umberto Cesari Tower Club was ideally designed for small and medium-sized businesses who desire a premium experience for client entertainment at a more affordable price.
With a pristine, natural grass field, a prime location in Olympic Park and easy access by subway or car, Saputo Stadium has become a privileged site for soccer in Montreal, Quebec and Canada. The stadium is built on the former practice track and field site on the grounds of the 1976 Summer Olympics. With a max capacity of 20,801, Saputo Stadium is the second-largest soccer-specific stadium in Canada.
Both home and away team benches are in front of sections 104 through 107.
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