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This State Farm Stadium (formerly known as University of Phoenix Stadium) seating chart details the home of the Arizona Cardinals. Here you’ll find seating information that includes 3d views, rows & seat numbers, tips on where to sit for any event at State Farm Stadium, and where you can find the same Arizona Cardinals seats […]The post Arizona Cardinals Seating Chart & Seat Views first appeared on TickPick's Blog - News From Around The Live Event Industry. Read More →
There are several areas to tailgate in at State Farm Stadium. However, there are a few areas that are more sought after than others. The F lot is one of the most sought after locations, since it is a grass lot with plenty of bathrooms. The "Great Lawn" is also a premier location, is located on the west side of the stadium.
Sections 114, 424 and 432 are Family Sections; no alcohol is permitted in these sections.
The Club Level at State Farm Stadium is located in the 200 level, which wraps around the majority of the stadium, expect for the end zones. The crowd in the club level is much more sedated than the fans in the upper and lower levels, but there a several amenities included in the Club Seats. These amenities include wider and more padded seats, less crowded restrooms, separate entrance, and access to higher quality food and drink options. As one Cardinals fan put it, "If you are going to the game to be a fan, skip the club level...if you are going to watch the game as a spectator, club is the way to go."
In my opinion, whether you sit on the Home bench (section 104 to 112) or the Visitor’s bench (section 126 to 134) doesn’t matter all that much. Obviously some of the best seats are sections 128, 129, 130 & 107, 108 and 109. Putting aside the so-close-to-the-players-I-can-smell-them factor, the best seats would definitely be between rows 10 and 20. When sitting at or near the 50 yard line, elevation is important for viewing all the action. 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. Being in the first row of a section in the end zone can be great for the occasional touchdown, but this perk will also have it’s cons when the ball is on the opposite side. This comes down to personal preference, but I think it’s safe to say for the 100s sections on the sidelines most of the time you want seats higher then the 10th row.
The Arizona Cardinals bench is located in front of sections 106-110, and the visiting team bench is located in front of sections 128-132.
The State Farm Stadium follows a common stadium layout, in that seat number 1 is closest to the lower number section adjacent to it. For example, seat number 1 in section 127 will be closest to section 126. The majority of sections at State Farm Stadium contain 18 seats per row.
The State Farm Stadium opened in 2006, and is located just west of Phoenix in Glendale, Arizona. The stadium is home to the NFL's Arizona Cardinals and the annual BCS Fiesta Bowl, while also serving as the home of the Arizona State Sun Devils. State Farm Stadium features the first fully retractable natural grass playing surface in the United States, and an opening on the side of the stadium allows the playing field to move outside, allowing the grass to be exposed to daylight. State Farm Stadium has hosted Super Bowl XLII and the 2011 BCS National Championship game, and will also host Super Bowl XLIX in 2016. State Farm Stadium has a capacity of 63,400 for football games.
Sellers must disclose all information that is listed on their tickets. For example, obstructed view seats at State Farm Stadium would be listed for the buyer to consider (or review) prior to purchase. These notes include information regarding if the State Farm Stadium seat view is a limited view, side view, obstructed view or anything else pertinent.