MetLife Stadium

Section 139 at MetLife Stadium


MetLife Stadium Section 139 View

Section 139 Seating Notes

  • For football games, these seats are located behind the visitor sideline
  • For football games, desirable view from near midfield
  • Premium seating area as part of the MetLife 50 Club for Jets games

Row & Seat Numbers

  • Rows in Section 139 are labeled 6-31
  • An entrance to this section is located at Row 31
  • has 34 seats labeled 1-34
  • have 30 seats labeled 1-30
  • have 31 seats labeled 1-31
  • All Seat Numbers
  • When looking towards the stage/field, lower number seats are on the right

Interactive Seating Chart


  • Section 139 Reviews

    50 Yard Line Luxury

    Sep 2013

    Football Review
    Section 139, Row 31, Seat 6

    With a near 50 yard line view, great height, amazing viewing angles, and cozy padded seats, these tickets are hard to beat. Section 139 is right at midfield behind the visitors bench, and being 6 seats off the aisle to the right I was right around the 44 yard line (there were 33 seats in my row which would have made seat 16 or 17 the best for being directly on the 50). My row was the last in the section and backed up against the suites located just above and behind where a small roof covers the lucky fans in the suites. I don't believe the roof would have done us any good if it had been raining as the roof didn't extend all that far forward. With no one sitting directly behind me the seats felt even more comfortable than they already were, and I was free to stretch my arms or lean far back without pestering anyone behind. There was only one slight drawback which was having to walk down to the entry tunnel at row 8 to get to the restrooms, no entry tunnels are available at the top of the sections as it would run right into the suite section.

    • 100 Level Side (Concert)


      Lower level sections along the sideline are some of the most popular tickets for a concert at MetLife Stadium. These sections offer fans close proximity to the stage and some elevation to help see over those seated in front of you (unlike on the floor/field). When considering tickets in these sections, there are a few items to consider. First, the side sections closest to the stage (labeled 110, 111A, 111C, 140 and 142) were built for football and do not provide a good angle to the stage. The tickets either provide a side view (where you can't see all parts of the stage) or face midfield instead of the stage. These sections can yield very good deals at such a close proximity, but you should temper expectations when it comes to getting an outstanding view. Note, if your performance includes a catwalk or B-stage that extends out on the field, these seats will have the best views of that part of the performance. Another item to consider is the side of the field you will be sitting on. Sections 110-117 are on the east side of the stadium and are the smallest sections on the lower level. Some of these sections contain as few as 15 seats per row, which makes it easier to get in-and-out when compared to the 30-seat rows in sections 134-142. Fans will also find padded seating in sections 111C-115C, making for a more comfortable outing. Of course, when it comes to comfort, one last consideration is the sun. Sections 110-117 are highly susceptible to the sun in the late afternoon. If your concert will have you sitting in your seat between 4 and 6pm, you may want a seat in one of the sections 134-142 where the sun will be behind you.  

    • Lower Level Sidleine (Football)


      Adjacent to the super-premium Coaches Club on the east side, and spanning all along the sideline on the west side of the field are Lower Level Sideline sections. With premium seating taking up a majority of the best seats on the east side of MetLife Stadium, midfield sections 137-140 on the west sideline are the best lower level seats without a club price-tag. Section 139 is one of the most sought after non-premium seating sections for Giants games due to its location on the 50 yard line. However, for Jets games Section 139 is the location of the MetLife 50 Club, one of the best premium seating areas in the stadium. Sections in this location have between 31 and 35 numbered rows of seats with fewer rows in the sections nearest to midfield. The best views are found near the top of the sections in Rows 24-31. The sitelines from these sections are outstanding, and you'll be just a few short steps away from restrooms and concessions. 

    • MetLife 50 Club


      For Jets home games, Section 139 is known as the MetLife 50 Club. With less than 800 seats and a prime midfield location, these are some of the most exclusive tickets for a Jets game. MetLife 50 Club Ticket Benefits  Exclusive club accessOutfitted with televisions, a bar and additional seating Private restrooms  All-inclusive food and non-alcoholic beverages These club seats offer a similar experience as the Coaches Club. The primary difference is that the MetLife 50 club is on the visitor side of the field, while the Coaches Club is on the Jets side of the field. Views From the MetLife 50 Club All club seats are located between the 40 yardlines and are within 30 rows of the field. If you love a midfield view and the excitement of being close to the players, this is an ideal spot. You'll also be able to leave your seat and stand directly on the field to watch the game. An exclusive patio is setup directly behind the visitor bench where you can stand and watch the game like the players do. 

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    Event Schedule

    • Concert
    • Giants
    • Jets
    • Other Football