2014 Capital One Bowl Seating Guide & Tickets

Teams:

Wisconsin vs. South Carolina

When:


Where:

Florida Citrus Bowl Stadium, ​Orlando, ​FL

Tickets:


Capital One Bowl Information:

Buy 2014 Capital One Bowl Tickets off the Florida Citrus Bowl Stadium interactive seating chart to compare ticket prices, read seating overviews and view in-seat photos.

2013-2014 Bowl Game Seating & Tickets

Seating at Florida Citrus Bowl Stadium

Select a Seating Option
  • Recommended Seating
  • Club Seats
  • Lower Level
  • Close to Midfield
  • South Carolina Sideline
  • Wisconsin Sideline
  • Seating Zones
  • Lower Level Sideline
  • Lower Level Endzone
  • Lower Level Corner
  • Plaza Sideline
  • Plaza Endzone
  • Plaza Corner
  • Terrace Level Sideline
  • Terrace Level Corner

Club Seats

Overview

Enjoy upscale seating, amenities and concessions in Club and Premium Seating at Florida Citrus Bowl Stadium.

Lower Level

Close to Midfield

Overview

Midfield sections at Florida Citrus Bowl Stadium will give you the best chance to see the entire field for a College Football game. Sitting at or near the 50 yard-line makes it easier to see both ends of the field at Florida Citrus Bowl Stadium

South Carolina Sideline

Overview

Fans of South Carolina are encouraged to buy tickets in these sections and on this side of the field.

Wisconsin Sideline

Overview

Fans of Wisconsin are encouraged to buy tickets in these sections and on this side of the field.

Lower Level Sideline

Overview

First tier seating, and close proximity to 50 yard line as well as team benches make the Lower Level Sideline a desired location. These sections provide the lowest and closest line of sight to all the exciting action collegiate football has to offer. Sections in this location contain up to 32 rows of seating running alphabetically from Row A (closest) to Row EE.

Lower Level Endzone

Overview

First tier seating in the Lower Level Endzone keeps fans as close as possible to the field and the South endzone as possible. Upclose and personal with exciting scoring plays as they unfold toward the near goal line. Sections in the Lower Level Endzone contain 32 seating rows which run from Row A (closest) to Row EE (furthest), with handicap seating located at the very top.

Lower Level Corner

Overview

Located on the first tier of seating between the endzones and sidelines, Lower Level Corner seating keeps fans close to the action and provides a thrilling view of scoring plays as they approach the near goal line. 4 corner sections at the south endzone and 4 corner sections at the north endzone will be treated to a unique diagonal view of the playing field. Sections in this location contain up to 32 rows of seating running alphabetically from Row A (closest) to Row EE, and followed by handicap accessible seating at the top of the sections. Fewer seating rows will be found in the south endzone where field level entry tunnels occupy to front rows.

Plaza Sideline

Overview

From the middle seating tier, the Plaza level sideline sections offer excellent views near midfield and an optimal viewing height for being able to see all areas of the field. With fewer rows per section (no more than 20 lettered rows in each - starting with Row A in front) these seats are a great option for fans that prefer easy access to and from their seats during a football game. These sections are also among the best for finding shade at Citrus Bowl Stadium, with the overhanging Terrace Level deck providing the best protection in the higher rows near midfield.

Plaza Endzone

Overview

From behind the south endzone, fans in the Plaza Endzone sections will have the highest view of any option behind the uprights at Citrus Bowl Stadium. Views of the large videoboard will be difficult in this area (requiring a 180 degree turn), but with two smaller boards available in the northwest and northeast corners, fans will still have a scoreboard to easy glance at. Sections in the Plaza Endzone area have up to 24 lettered rows of seating, with Row A located at the front.

Plaza Corner

Overview

With corner views and a good viewing height on the second seating tier, the Plaza Corner sections offer a unique perspective of the game. Fans will enjoy being able to view both the side to side and endzone to endzone movement of the game, while having easy access to and from the seats thanks to the smaller seating sections (no more than 21 lettered rows in each). Scoreboard watchers will want to be in the north endzone (Plaza Sections P1, and P41-P52), as these seats have a much better view of the large videoboard which sits above the south endzone.

Terrace Level Sideline

Overview

Terrace Level Sideline seating is located on the highest tier of Florida Citrus Bowl Stadium. Running along each of the sidelines, fans will experience a more aerial view of the action with good sight lines to both ends of the field. Sections in this location have 34 rows of seating running from Row A (closest) to Row HH (furthest). Take note that Row AA is located behind Row Z.

Terrace Level Corner

Overview

Located on the upper most tier of the stadium and between the endzones and sidelines. Terrace Level Corner seats provide a high vantage point for the action, an experience that will be enhanced for scoring plays at the near goal line. Distance from the field may be a factor for some fans as the play shifts to the opposite endzone. Sections in this location have 34 rows of seating running from Row A (closest) to Row HH (furthest). Take note that Row AA is located behind Row Z.

Frequently Asked Questions

"Which sideline is Wisconsin on for the 2014 Capital One Bowl?"

Wisconsin is sitting on the visitor sideline in front of Sections 133, 134, 135. Fans of Wisconsin are encouraged to buy tickets in these sections and on this side of the field.

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"Which sideline is South Carolina on for the 2014 Capital One Bowl?"

South Carolina is sitting on the home sideline in front of Sections 107, 108, 109. Fans of South Carolina are encouraged to buy tickets in these sections and on this side of the field.

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"How many rows of seating are in each section at Florida Citrus Bowl Stadium?"

Each section has a different number of rows and the first and last row in each section is different. Find your section on the full-screen Florida Citrus Bowl Stadium interactive seating chart to learn what the row layout is like for your section.

Florida Citrus Bowl Stadium Interactive Seating Chart

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