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Marlins Dugout & Visitor Dugout

Sections located directly behind home plate are known as Field Level seats. Just to the right of these seats is the visitor dugout.

Marlins Dugout - The Marlins players sit in front of 19, 20 and 21
Visitor Dugout - The visiting team sits in front of 8, 9 and 10

To search tickets in these sections, select an event and apply the filter for home or visitor dugouts.

Recommended Seats for Kids and Family

Sections 311, 312, 313 and 314

  • Close to a lot of concessions on the upper level, makes trips to the concourse shorter
  • Close to the Bobblehead museum on the lower level, a must see for young Marlins fans
  • On the first base side of the stadium, which is the shady side

To search tickets in these seats, select an event and apply the filter labeled Kids and Family.

Recommended Seats for Impressing a Guest

Fans who have Dugout Club seats will have exclusive access to the club area located beneath the seats.
Looking towards Field Level Section 11 - located just above the playing field.

Sections FL4, FL5, FL6 and FL7

  • Incredible views from directly behind home plate
  • Right next to the players on the on-deck circle and those around the dugout
  • Ticketholders receive all-inclusive food and beverages as well as access to the Diamond Club Lounge

To search tickets in these seats, select an event and apply the filter labeled Impressing a Guest.

Recommended Seats for Partying and Socializing

With a lack of options available, the Bowtie Bar is a popular hangout before a Marlins game. The bar is located in left field and sometimes runs 2 for 1 specials when the ballpark opens.
Looking towards left field at Marlins Park with the Clevelander located at field level and the Bowtie Bar high above the action.
One of the better options for enjoying a beer and a Marlins game is standing at one of the rails in left field. These are available on a first-come, first-serve basis and offer plenty of room drinks, food and cell phones.

Sections 320, 321 and 322

  • Close to a lot of alcohol concessions on both the upper level and lower level directly below
  • Close to a bar in the stadium to get a variety of types of alcohol
  • Ticket prices in the lower tier on the upper level

To search tickets in these seats, select an event and apply the filter labeled Partying and Socializing.

Recommended Seats for Great Views of the Field

Sections 11, 12, 13 and 14

  • Amazing view from behind home plate on the lower level
  • Some of the closest seats to the field with views that are similar to the umpire view
  • Very close to players on the on-deck circle and around the dugouts

To search tickets in these seats, select an event and apply the filter labeled Great Views of the Field.

Highest Rated Seating Zones

  • Founders Suites - - Private suites located behind Home Plate featuring contemporary furniture, upscale food and beverage, and personal concierge.
  • Legends Suites - - Private suites located behind Home Plate featuring contemporary furniture, upscale food and beverage, and personal concierge.
  • Field Level Infield - - Field Level Infield are some of the most expensive seats at Marlins Park, but include some of the best amenities. Sections F...
  • Promenade Level Infield - - The Promenade Level Infield seats keep you close to the action and are still expensive, but certainly more affordable that th...
  • Legends Level Infield - - Legends Level seating is a great choice for fans that prefer a more upscale, convenient experience at the ballpark, while als...
  • Promenade Level Down the Line - - Sections down the line on the Promenade Level will offer good views from the lowest tier of the stadium, and will be a cheape...
  • Legends Level Down the Line - - Similar to the Legends Level Infield, these Legends Level seats down the baselines offer the same club experience but from a ...
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Seating Tips & Advice

  • "There truly is not a bad seat in the house." - I was finally able to see a game at the new stadium. There truly is not a bad seat in the house. The small size of the park make even this remote section included. We were able to get a ball from a player during BP. SMALL PARK IS THE WAY TO GO.

Seat Ratings & Reviews

  • "A Lot Going on in These Seats" - - First off, 24 seats in a row in a lower level section on the infield is unacceptable. These seats we...
    Section 8, Row 13, Seats 13-16
  • "Double Railing Means You Can't See Home Plate" - - The original season ticket holder for these seats refused to accept them because you can not see hom...
    Section 319, Row B, Seats 1-2
  • "Not That Great" - - Bought these as part of the Saturday All Tou Can Eat promotion. The promotion itself is fair; for an...
    Section 137, Row 5, Seat 19
  • "Great seats at a reasonable price" - - These seats were in the 3rd row of section 15. Row AA is the actual first row of the section, and i...
    Section 15, Row B, Seats 3, 4
  • "Great Spot on the Legends Level" - - Super comfortable seats. Big chair with a lot of legroom. From this section, the entire infield is r...
    Section 210, Row 8, Seats 5-6
  • "Nice Angle to the Field" - - These seats are on the foul side of the pole, but have a nice angle to home plate and the outfield. ...
    Section 201, Row 7, Seat 6
  • "Good angle, comfortable spot " - - Moved down to these seats after grabbing churros nearby. Even on a Saturday night there was no one w...
    Section 4, Row 26, Seats 17-18
  • "Directly Behind Home Plate" - - Five star seats all around. You really can't do much better than this. Directly behind home plate wi...
    Section 14, Row 23
  • "Sit with MLB scouts" - - This line of seats are dead center behind home plate and perfect for game action and analysis. Many ...
    Section 15, Row B
  • "Sit by Dancing Tony" - - Pretty much guaranteed to get on the jumbotron when Tony is here and dancing. He's just a couple sea...
    Section 30, Row 7, Seat 22
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    Other Photos From Marlins Park

    With a lack of options available, the Bowtie Bar is a popular hangout before a Marlins game. The bar is located in left field and sometimes runs 2 for 1 specials when the ballpark opens.
    Looking towards left field at Marlins Park with the Clevelander located at field level and the Bowtie Bar high above the action.
    The Marlins home run sculpture lights up and rotates each time at Marlins player hits a homer.
    One of the better options for enjoying a beer and a Marlins game is standing at one of the rails in left field. These are available on a first-come, first-serve basis and offer plenty of room drinks, food and cell phones.
    The Marlins Park videoboard is located just to the right of center field. The best views of the videoboard are found in infield sections on the 3B (Marlins) side of the field.
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