Lower Level Corner
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 Lower Level Corner

Between the sidelines and endzones on the lower level provides close views of the field and with a unique angled perspective that blends the north-south and east-west movement of the game. With most sections having 31-36 numbered rows, fans at the front will have the a great spot for watching touchdowns in the near endzone, but a lengthy walk to the concourse at the top of the section. Section 114 is set slightly farther back and smaller than the other sections in this location (with just 22 numbered rows) due to the Vikings’ tunnel which comes out from underneath the section, giving a great view of the players when they run onto the field. Sections 114 and 115 are as close as fans to get to the ultra premium Touchdown Club, located just above but available only to Touchdown Club ticket holders.

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Section 125 FAQ

  • Q:How many rows are in Section 125 at Metrodome?

    There are 33 rows of seating in Section 125 at Metrodome. The rows are labeled 1-33.

  • Q:What is the first row in Section 125 at Metrodome?

    Row 1 is the first row in Section 125 at Metrodome.

  • Q:Where is Section 125 at Metrodome?

    Section 125 is one of 16 sections located in Lower Level Corner seating at Metrodome. This seating zone is located on Level 1 at Metrodome.

  • Q:What is the view like from Section 125 at Metrodome?

    See what the view is like from Section 125 at Metrodome and view in-seat photos of Section 125 by browsing the gallery photos above.

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