The majority of endzone seating at the Glass Bowl is reserved for the Toledo student fans. Student seating in sections 11-18 is free for students with a UT student ID.
Endzone sections will have the benefit of a head on view to the scoreboard above the Larimer Athletic Complex, with seating ranging from 24 to 36 rows in each (single lettered rows in front, followed by double lettered rows in back).
Seating on the lower east sideline is a great option for fans that want to stay close to the field with traditional sideline viewing angles. Sections here are much smaller than on the west sideline, and feature no more than 26 rows of seating in each (Row A being at the front).
With the students occupying half the seats in this area (Sections 19-21), the best place to look for tickets is in Sections 23 and 24 which keep you close to midfield.
The upper east sideline is the best place to find cheap tickets for a football game at Glass Bowl Stadium. Located on a separate elevated seating tier, the views are further and seats are among some of the most exposed to the sun during day games.
Some of the views here can be obstructed by the support posts for the lights (mounted just behind the lower east sideline), so we recommend sticking to Sections 32-33 and 35-36 for the clearest views. Upper east sideline sections have 26 rows of seating in each, with single lettered rows in front and double lettered rows in back.
The largest of any seating sections at the stadium, the West sideline can have long walks to the seats but will also have excellent views to the field.
Each section has up to 50 lettered rows of seats, which start with the single letter rows in front, followed by double lettered rows in back.
Fans looking to stay out of the weather should look for seats in the last five rows of Sections 2-7 (Rows VV-ZZ) where the overhanging Press Tower provides good overhead coverage.
To search tickets in these seats, select an event and apply the filter labeled Great Views of the Field.