RingCentral Coliseum

Section 221 at RingCentral Coliseum


RingCentral Coliseum Section 221 View

Section 221 Seating Notes

  • Rows 14-18 are recommended for outstanding convenience
  • Recommended seating for kids and family
  • Recommended seating for great views of the field
  • Related Seating: Plaza Level
  • Rows 11 and above are shaded during most day games
  • See all shaded and covered seating

Row Numbers

  • Rows in Section 221 are labeled 1-12
  • An entrance to this section is located at Row 12

Interactive Seating Chart


  • Section 221 Reviews

    Can see over the railing -- barely

    May 2014

    Section 221, Row 3

    This is about as close as you can get to home plate in the 200 level and still see over the railing in Row 3. If you're more behind home plate, you may want to sit an extra row or two higher. I initially had Row 1 in a section farther down the line, but sat here for an inning before I got booted. If you've ever sat in row 1, you know why I tried to move -- the railing is a MAJOR issue. None-the-less, I was told to move back to my seat pretty quickly. While I did sit here, I enjoyed a pretty good view of the whole field. You're still pushed back kind of far from the field, but you're not that high up. Overall, pretty good seats. Even though it was a gorgeous Monday night, there were literally only two other people sitting in this section. So if you buy a ticket here, you might be able to spread out a bit.

    • Plaza Level


      The Plaza Level at RingCentral Coliseum is made up of 200 level seating. Sections 210-224 are commonly referred to as Plaza Infield, while all other sections are known as Plaza Outfield. Most Plaza Infield sections have just 12 rows of seats with an entrance at the front. Outfield sections have 18 rows - also with an entrance at the front. If you're looking for shade or cover in these sections, you have two options: Rows 12 and above are covered The highest rows in sections behind home plate are shaded first Other Plaza Level Considerations  If you're bringing kids, consider sitting near Section 220. The Stomper Fun Zone is located here and provides an interactive area for kids to test their baseball skill. Food and restrooms are scarce the farther you get from home plate. In fact, there's only one food stand that serves the last seven sections down each line. This means a longer walk for you and long lines once you get there. The same thing is true among restrooms. There's only one men's and women's restroom serving the last 12 sections down each line. 

    • Recommended For Outstanding Convenience


      These seats were hand-selected for being close to a wide-range of amenities. They are within five rows of the concourse (fewer stairs) and there is a men’s restroom, women’s restroom and concessions near this section.

    • Recommended For Kids and Family


      Near the entrance to Stomper Fun Zone - an interactive area where children can test their pitch speed and try out the batting cages. Kids zone is open every day in summer and weekends in Spring and Fall. These seats are located on the less-sunny side of the field.

    • Recommended For Great Views of the Field


      Loge-style seating provides a comfortable, elevated view of the ballpark. Located on the less-sunny side of the field where the sun will be setting behind you instead of in your face. Close to a variety of concessions and amenities on the plaza concourse

    Event Schedule

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