Roughly half of all seats at Husky 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.
Corner seating on the 200 level is primarily made up of sections on the west side of the field that have a very good view of the videoboard and a great view of Lake Washington. These sections have fewer than 20 rows of seating.
200 Level Endzone Seating
Endzone seating on the 200 level offers some of the best head-on views of the videoboard and Lake Washington. Each section has fewer than 20 rows with Row 1 being closest to the front of the section. Seating is on metal bleachers with backs.
200 Level Sideline Seating
Sideline seating on the North side of the stadium includes Don James Center seating in Sections 228-230. For fans sitting in these seats, food and beverage is included in the ticket price. The seats are also padded, extra-wide (wider than Club Husky) and come with armrests and cupholders.
For fans not lucky enough to sit in the Don James Center seats, other sideline seating is on benches with a back.
There are fewer than 20 rows of seating in each 200 Level Sideline section and all 200 Level seating on the sideline is protected from rain and sun.
East End Reserved Seating
East End Reserved seating is on metal benches with back support. These seats are below the main videoboard, which means you'll have to watch replays on two small screens on the other side of the field.
For afternoon games on a warm, sunny day, these seats are directly in the sun and are not covered like most seating at Husky Stadium.
Overall, these seats offer an inexpensive way to sit in the Lower Level and be close to the field. But if you're looking for the total gameday experience, there are better seats.
Lower Level Corner Seating
Corner seating on the lower level is only made up of a few sections. Visiting team fans are supposed to sit in Section 101 at Husky Stadium. Section 101 is easily the worst section on the Lower Level due to its corner positioning and inability to see the scoreboard. Meanwhile, Sections 110 and 125 have a very good view of the scoreboard on the East side of the field.
Lower Level Sideline Seating
Seating on the sideline in the Lower Level at Husky Stadium is a great way to get as close to the field as possible. There are more than 30 rows in each section and Row 1 is the closest row to the field.
Unfortunately, the entrance to seating is at the top row. So if you go to the restroom frequently or are bringing the kids, choose a row greater than 25 to lighten the walk.
The Huskies sit on the north side, in front of Sections 128-130, while the visitors sit in front of Sections 105-107. Each of these sections is also a part of Husky Heritage seating. These are the only seats in the stadium (besides club seats) that have chairbacks.