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The St. Louis Rams bench is located in front of sections 112-115 and the visitors bench is located in front of sections 139-142.
The Edward Jones Dome is located in St. Louis, Missouri, and is home to the NFL's St. Louis Rams. The venue was initially built to lure and NFL team back to St. Louis, which is did in 1995. Under the terms of the lease that the Rams signed, the Edward Jones Dome is required to be ranked in the top tier of NFL stadiums through the 2016 season. If it is not, the Rams are free to break the lease and either relocate without penalty or continue to lease the dome on a year to year basis. The Edward Jones Dome has a capacity of 66,000.
The Edward Jones Dome follows a simple pattern when it comes to seat numbers. Seat 1 is always on the side closest to a lower numbered section. For example, seat 1 in section 439 would be closest to 438, not 440.
"I should preface this by saying that I really think football should be played outdoors. That said, the dome isn't a bad facility. Everything seems clean, and there are good views from almost everywhere. I sat in one of the last rows at the 40-yard line for the Bears/Rams game in November, and I didn't feel too far away from the action. Even though it was one of the last rows, I am sure we were closer to the field than we had been at Soldier Field when we were only halfway up the 400 level. There's not a lot going on in downtown St. Louis, but the landing is only a few blocks away if you care to hit up the restaurants and bars pregame. The tailgating scene is not optimal, as there aren't many large parking lots (although, I think there one large lot north of the stadium). We managed to find a spot in a small lot about a block away from the dome to tailgate, however, we had to arrive at 8 and the parking cost $30. It did take quite a while to get all of the people though security and into the dome once we headed in. The food offerings are pretty standard for sporting events. One of my friends wanted some fries, though, and we walked halfway around the upper concourse before giving up. If you want nachos or hot dogs, however, you're golden. I'll probably go see another game here the next time the Bears visit, as it's much closer for me than Chicago and MUCH MUCH cheaper."
The best seats at the Edward Jones Dome are located in the lower level and club sections closest to midfield. If you are browsing tickets along the sidelines, be sure to sit above row J, as this will give you enough height to see the plays develop from all angles of the field.
It’s important to remember that being in the front row doesn’t always mean ‘the front row’. The blue and yellow are collectively called the Concourse Level, and the green and purple are collectively the Terrace Level. More or less, being in the front row of the Green or Blue sections is really just another row right behind the section ahead of it. You can’t really consider it a front row seat.
Edward Jones Dome club seats are located in the 300 level of the stadium. The most sought after club seats are located along the sidelines, which provide the best view of the field. In addition to the view, club seats are wider and more padded, provide access to upscale food and beverage options, and exclusive access to the club lounges.
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