100 Level Seating
- 100 Level Seating - The 100-Level at Arrowhead Stadium has 36 sections labeled 101-136. Each section has 38 rows of standard stadium seating. At each seat is a cupholder ...
Chiefs Sideline - The Chiefs sideline is in front of Section 118, Section 119 and Section 120
Visitor Sideline - The visiting team sideline is in front of Section 101, Section 102 and Section 136
Only about 15% of all seats at Arrowhead Stadium offer some type of shade or cover. Below is a sample of seats that are at least partially covered or shaded at different times of the day. To search for tickets or to find out if your seats are protected from the sun or rain, follow the link for the seat finder.
The unique shape of Arrowhead Stadium results is characterized by one of the most interesting upper decks in the NFL. Nowhere is this more apparent than in sideline sections where the high sides of the stadium result in enormous sections with a lot of seating choices.
Undoubtedly, the best sitelines are going to come at midfield where the angles are the best and you're equidistant to each goal line. But with such large sections, row position if the real key to finding great tickets.
Each sideline section in the 300 level contains more than 40 rows of seats and can be broken down into three distinct options.
The first of these options is in rows 1-6. Not surprisingly, these tickets are the most expensive in the upper deck. But the price tag comes with a good reason: these seats are located just above the club level and have views of the field that are very similar to the high-priced club. When you consider that lower level sideline seats aren't that great (due to their lack of elevation), these very well may be the best non-club seats in the stadium.
The next distinct row grouping is rows 7-20. With an enormous upper deck comes incredibly long walks up and down the stairs to get to and from your seats. These rows are ideal for fans who have mobility issues, fans who love to chug beer and then race to the bathroom and families who make frequent trips to the concourse. With views that are still quite good, these rows probably provide the best value of any seats in the upper deck.
Finally, the last group or rows is anything in 21 and above. These rows are accessed via a steep set of stairs and will have you at the top of the stadium. Some fans love sitting up here because of the camaraderie with other diehards, but if you're looking to impress a guest or bringing the family, opt for something a little more accessible.
If your budget only allows the high rows on the sideline, make sure to choose a section on the Chiefs side of the field, especially in sections 320-327. Thanks to the press box, these seats are among the first to get shade which will keep you cool during an early season game. And during a late season game, the wind will be much worse on the other side of the field.
Corner sections on the 100 level of Arrowhead Stadium contain 38 rows of seats with the section entrance at the top row of each section. These corner seats are a great way to get a good lower level seat without paying the high price of a seat at midfield.
The best corner sections are those with the best angle towards midfield, like 113 and 125 on the Chiefs side and 107 and 130 on the visitor side. The comfortable sitelines and low ticket price (often 50% lower than sideline seats) make these some of the best value if you want to sit in the 100 level.
When trying to choose the best row in the corner, it's a tough choice. You'll find better views in higher rows (like 30 and above), but the front rows are very close to the field and the atmosphere is difficult to match.
In between sections 113 and 114 is the player tunnel; fans in these sections will have a great opportunity to get close to the players as they run onto the field.
Endzone sections in the lower level are slightly smaller than corner and sideline sections, with roughly 30 rows of seats as opposed to 38.
Because the lower bowl at Arrowhead is so shallow, the views from endzone seating aren't as good as they could be - even when you're seated in one of the top rows. As an alternative, try choosing seats in one of the corner sections or spend the extra money to be in one of the lowest rows.
If you choose the latter option and buy tickets in one of the first few rows, you'll be in for an un-rivaled experience. The front row of endzone seating is as close to the field as any endzone seat in any other NFL stadium. The front row is also almost at field level, giving you the impression of being on the field. During warm-ups and pre-game interactions and when the play moves towards your goal line, you'll have unforgettable views of the action.
While the upper deck at Arrowhead is known for its incredible steepness, the lower bowl does not share the same slope. As a result, the best seats are usually found in the back rows as opposed to closer to the field. You won't be immersed in the atmosphere of being just a few feet away from the players, but you will have better views of the entire field.
Chiefs fans will find plenty of friendly faces in and around sections 116-122 behind the home team sideline. And fans seated in rows 30 and above will be among the first to get shade on the lower level.
These sections have roughly 38 rows of seats with the entrance located at the top of each section.
In most NFL stadiums, the upper corner sections offer great value by combining a decent view with a low ticket price. Unfortunately, at Arrowhead these great deals can by stymied by long walks up the stairs and blasts of wind.
In each corner you'll find four sections. The two larger sections (like 306 and 307) are closer to the sideline and contain more than 40 rows. The sections share an entrance tunnel located near row 10. To avoid long walks up and down the stairs, sit in a row close to the tunnel. Sitting lower will also offer more protection from the wind, and of course, a better view.
The two smaller sections (like 308 and 309) are located closer to the goal line and share a tunnel near row 4. While these sections are smaller, you can still find yourself with as many as 30 stairs to traverse. Spend the extra money to sit one of the lowest rows. After a long morning of tailgating, it will be worth it to be that much closer to the concourse and its restrooms. And if you didn't tailgate, you'll still enjoy club-like views at cheap-seat prices.
With the large sloping shape of the upper deck, the best way to ensure yourself a short walk to the concourse is to sit in an endzone section. Each of these sections has 15-20 rows of seats with the section tunnel located near row 4.
These seats offer a head-on view of the videoboard on either side of the field and the front rows in each section have a view very similar to what fans on the club level have.
So while these seats don't have a midfield view, they're a safe way to inexpensive tickets without having to worry about sitting at the top of the stadium.
Among NFL venues, Arrowhead Stadium is unique in that its seating bowls wrap around the entire stadium on all three levels (one exception is the 200 level where Suites take place of common seating). This closed-bowl design makes Arrowhead one of the loudest stadiums in the NFL - and also one of the most predictable when it comes to finding a great view.
Because of the uniformity of the stadium, the best views for a Chiefs game are found exclusively near the 50 yardline on each level of the stadium.
On the lower level - also known as the 100 level - sections 117-121 on the Chiefs side of the field and 101-103 and 135-136 on the visitor side of the field are closest to midfield. When looking at tickets in these sections, it may be tempting to choose the lowest possible row to sit near the players. While this may provide an incredible experience, those same players will be difficult to see over.
For the best overall views, we recommend tickets in rows 22-35. These rows are well-situated above the players on the sideline, and the overhang will not disrupt your siteline.
If you're headed to a Chiefs game without any budget restrictions, the absolute best place to sit is in the club level sections near midfield. These seats can only be found on the visitor site of the field (sections 201-203 and 245-246), which makes them among the most exclusive seats in the stadium.
What makes these seats so good? The elevation. When you sit in these sections, you don't have to turn your head side-to-side to see each endzone. Instead, you get a comfortable view of the action without the neck pain. These sections also hang slightly over the 100 level, which makes them closer to the field than you might expect.
If your budget does not match up with seats on the lower level or club level, there are two primary considerations on the 300 level.
First, check for seats in rows 2-11 of sections 301-303, 322-326 and 345-346. Each of these sections is located close to midfield and offers you a view from just above the club level. By selecting seats in rows 2-11 you are avoiding the railing in front of row 1, and avoiding the crowd that spills out of the tunnel behind row 11. Instead, you'll enter the tunnel and have a short walk down the steps to your seats.
For an afternoon game, sections 322-326 are favored over those on the other side of the field because the sun does not shine in your eyes as much.
A less expensive alternative on the 300 level is seating in sections 311-314 and 334-337. Instead of a midfield view, you'll have a video-game-like view from above the endzone. Some fans enjoy this perspective because they can more easily see plays develop. At Arrowhead Stadium, these seats also have the advantage of having a head-on view of the videoboards that are perched above the stadium. This helps you catch replays and keep an eye on stats and scores from around the league. Within these sections, we like the first 4 rows where you'll be below the entry tunnel and be slightly closer to the field.
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For a visiting fan at Arrowhead Stadium, we recommend staying on the side of the field behind the visitor's bench, which will be sections 101-107, and 130-136. These sections will have more visiting fans due to their proximity to their teams bench, and therefore will be a better place for your daughter to watch the game close to some of her fellow fans.
As for good affordable seats on the visitor side and not too high up in the stadium, we recommend looking at the 100 level sections between the endzones and the 20 yard lines as the midfield seats can often be much more expensive due to the highly desired sight lines.
Sections 106-107, and 130-131 are very good options in the corners nearest to the visitor's sideline, and the seats are well angled towards midfield for a great line of sight that doesn't require you to turn your head to see the field or scoreboard.