Being on the highest tier of the ballpark and located closer to the foul poles than home plate leave the Terrace Level Outfield seats with some of the furthest views for a Brewers game. The one advantage to having the least desirable views is that these sections are consistently the cheapest of any for taking in a baseball game at American Family Field.
The majority of the sections feature 24 rows of seating, with entry tunnels located just above Row 7. The best options here are Rows 2 through 7 as they keep you in the lower portion of the section and close to the entry tunnel for easier trips to and from the concourse. Be sure to avoid Row 1 as these front row seats require you to battle the safety railing for a clear view of the field.
Fans looking to stay out of the sun during a day game are advised to avoid sections 438-442 in left field, as these are typically the least shady areas. Sections 441 and 442 are also known as Bernie's Terrace and located just adjacent to Bernie's Club House and the home run slide, but have some of the most difficult viewing angles to the deeper parts of the outfield. Sections 439 and 440 are located behind the left field foul pole and as a result they will experience some obstructed views.
American Family Field features 4 primary tiers of seating, and fans can find excellent viewing options from just about every one other than the upper deck Terrace level.
Some of the very best seats for watching a Brewers game are located in sections 111-113 (first base side) and 122-124 (third base side). Though the netting extends to sections 112 and 123, these seats will allow you to still feel close to all the action on the field as well as the dugouts. Rows 10-21 give excellent viewing height, and be sure to avoid rows 22 and higher in sections 111 and 124 as the adjacent Founders Suites can be distracting. On the third base side (122-124) you will be close to the visitor's dugout, however if the roof is open for a bright summer day game these seats can get very hot.
For those who want to be on the lower level but prefer a home plate view, we recommend considering seats in rows 12-21 of sections 116 through 119. The angles here are excellent as you can easily follow the pitchers release point and tell whether or not a batter is crowding the plate. You will be behind the protective netting here, which is why we picked the upper rows as the netting becomes a bigger distraction the closer you are. Avoid rows 22+ in sections 117-118 to limit feelings of tunnel vision from between the suites and under the overhang.
A more affordable option with good views on the lower tier can be found down the right field line in section 108. These seats are the first which begin to angle more towards the infield providing a comfortable viewing perspective to the back of the infield. The right field corner will be difficult to see, however these seats are a good choice thanks to the seating angle and location on the shadier side of the stadium (trust us, you'll be baking in the sun down the third base line on a hot summer day with the roof open at American Family Field, and will find every reason imaginable to visit the concourse just to cool off).
The Loge Level seats are another great option for watching a Brewers game thanks to the ideal viewing elevation while still feeling close to the field. The best places to be on the Loge Level are sections 212-218 in the first ten rows of seating. Views range from behind home plate to being in line with the Brewers dugout along the first base side. Rows 1 through 10 were hand picked as they almost feel like a lower level view, and be sure to avoid rows 11 and higher in section 215 so you limit the press box from impeding your view.
Among the 300 level sections (also known as the Club Level at American Family Field), our favorite seats for watching a baseball game are those closest to home plate. Sections 327-332 give you a straight away view of the entire diamond, as well as the videoboard above center field. And with in-seat food and beverage service, you'll spend minimal time away from your seat and more time watching the ballgame.
How do you get tickets in the Harley Davidson area at American Family Field?
Tickets in the Harley Deck at American Family Field are typically sold to large groups of an exact size. For some game dates, tickets are sold individually on the Brewers website: Individual Harley Deck Tickets
Harley Deck tickets come with a buffet, two beers and a place to park your Harley. Seating is General Admission.
Is the Club Level accessible to all fans at American Family Field?
Unfortunately the Club Level Concourse is open only to Club Level ticket holders. Ushers are located at the club level entrances and will check tickets before allowing fans to access this premium seating level.
Pictured above is an example of using the Club Seat ticket filtering at RateYourSeats.com
Where are loge diamond seats?
The Loge tier is home to all the 200 level sections at American Family Field, and it consists of 4 different pricing structures. Loge Diamond seats are the best and most expensive of the Loge options, and are found in the first 5 rows of Sections 210 through 227. While these seats do not include any additional amenities, they do have very impressive views of the field.
Just behind the Loge Diamond seats are the Loge Infield Box seats, found in Rows 6 and higher in Sections 210 through 227 (these are the next best option on the Loge level). Loge Outfield Box seats are located in all the rows of Sections 206-209 and 228-232, and the final Loge option is the Loge Bleachers found in Sections 201-205 and 233-238 (Loge Bleachers are commonly the most affordable Loge area).
How many rows in each section at American Family Field?
Each section has a varying amount of rows and seats. Find a section to see row and/or seat numbers.