Only about 15% of all seats at Memorial 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 second deck of seating along the east sideline is the is called the 100 level. Despite being above the lower level, fans still get good views of whole field and aren't nearly as high as the 400 or 600 level.
Most fans consider these seats the best value at Memorial Stadium. The views are identical to club seats on the other side of the field, but can be purchased for a fraction of the price. These seats are perfect for someone who doesn't desire chairback seats or club amenities and just wants a good view of the field.
These sections are convenient for going to the concourse because they are small with only 16 numbered rows each.
Lower Level Corner Seating
Corner seating is an ideal place to watch scoring plays in the closest endzone. Most seats offer a close-up view when the action is headed in your direction. However, views of the other end of the field will suffer. For a good balance, choose seats in about Row 30 where you'll be high enough to see the other end clearly and also be close to the concourse tunnel.
Sections 12-14 are a part of the student section that also includes sideline sections 9-11. Additionally, some seats in sections 19, 20, 40, and 41 are visitor seating, so many of the fans in these sections are likely to be rooting against the Cornhuskers on game day.