Section 112 at Arena

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Section 112 Seating Notes

Row Numbers

  • For most events, rows in Section 112 are labeled B-A, 1-20
  • For hockey games, row 1 is usually the first row
  • Row 1 is usually the first row for concerts
  • An entrance to this section is located at Row 20
  • When looking towards the ice/stage/court, lower number seats are on the right

Interactive Seating Chart


  • Section 112 Reviews

    Best Overall Seats for Serious Basketball Fans

    Jan 2018

    Basketball Review
    Section 112, Row 9, Seat 5

    On the free-throw line, eye-level with the rim, facing the Lakers bench (perfect for seeing player's shooting form). 1. Best side of the court (Sections 110, 111, & 112) because you can see the players benches (same side as TV cameras). 2. High enough up so your view is not blocked by players, coaches, others walking in aisles (big problem viewing from Sections 101, 102 & 119, especially rows A, B, 1-3). 3. Great perspective of both ends of the court. The center sections are great, however, you're always watching sort of the back end of the action. Sitting in Section 112 or 110, you get a perfect view of your team on offense in the first half, then on defense for the second half.

    CaliBASH 2012 Staples Ctr

    Aug 2013

    Concert Review
    Section 112

    Best spot and were fortunate to get them via ticketmaster for less than 100. It was a great view and the stage set up was extended so you got to see artist closer.

    Andy Garcia sits in Section 112, Row 6.

    Basketball Review
    Section 112, Row 6

    For Lakers home games.

    Denzel Washtington has 2 season tickets on the wood in front of section 112/113

    Basketball Review
    Section 112

    For Lakers home games.

    • 100 Level


      Seats in the 100 Level at Arena will have the largest variation in experience depending on the event attending. Sitting in the lower level will bring fans closest to the court, rink, or stage and are typically among the most expensive tickets in the arena for this reason. All fans will enter 100-numbered sections from the top of the section and walk down to the seats. 100 Level for Sporting Events  For the best views of basketball and hockey games some fans will prefer the 100 level over the Premier Seats because these seats are closer to the game. Sections nears 111 and 101 will be closest to the center of the court and ice and give good views to both ends of the court/rink. Fans attending a Lakers or Clippers games can sit near the benches in sections 118 and 119.  For Kings games, sections 113-118 will be on the shoot twice side of the ice. The home bench will in front of section 102. Lower Level Seating for Concerts  If looking to sit on the lower level for a concert at Arena the best views to the stage come in section 112 and 119. Tickets for these seats come with a good angle to the stage for standard end-stage setups. For head-on views to the stage sections 106-107 will be the best option. However, seats here will be the furthest seats on the lower level from the stage.  

    • Courtside Seats


      Sitting courtside at the Arena is one of the most desirable experiences in the NBA. For Lakers and Clippers games, Courtside seating is available on all four sides of the hardwood. Being in LA sitting in floor seats will place you among the stars on the floor and most likely in the seats as well. Lakers and Clippers Floor Seats  Floor sections are extension of the 100 level sections with a "CT" designation.  There are three rows of floor seats in each section. Row 1 of sideline sections are the closest seats and will be right along the sideline. Set back a little further for side sections are rows A-B. Along the baseline rows go 1-3. Courtside tickets typically come with access to the Courtside Club and have all-inclusive in-seat seat service. Keep you eyes out for LA celebrities as well! Please read seller notes to see the amenities associated with your tickets. 

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