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RingCentral Coliseum Club Seats

  • Diamond Level - The best seats at an A's game are located directly behind home plate in what is known as the Diamond Level. While not technically on a level of its ow...
  • Field Boxes - Field Boxes can be found down the first and third baselines at RingCentral Coliseum. These seats give fans a chance to enjoy the game from field level...
  • The Terrace and Lounge Seats - The Terrace at RingCentral Coliseum is one of the few premium sections to catch an A's game with special amenities. The Terrace is located in the top ...
  • Coppola Theater Boxes - The Coppola Theater Boxes at RingCentral Coliseum are located in the back of sections 116-118. These seats give a great view from behind home plate on...

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RingCentral Coliseum Covered Seats
  • Shaded and Covered Seats - Where to Find Shaded Seats at Oakland Coliseum  With an average high temperature of less than 75 degrees in June, July and August, Oakland is on...

About 25% of all seats at RingCentral Coliseum offer some type of shade or cover. 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.

Athletics Dugout & Visitor Dugout

Athletics Dugout - The Athletics players sit in front of 120, 121 and 122
Visitor Dugout - The visiting team sits in front of 112, 113 and 114

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Other Popular Seating Areas

  • Field Level Infield - - Due to the fact that seating flares out so quickly, sections 116-118 are the only seats that make you feel like you are on to...
  • Loge Suites - - The Loge Suites are located between the 200 and 300 levels at Oakland Coliseum. The Suites are labeled 7-60 with low-number s...
  • Field Level Down the Line - - The farther down the line you go, the better the seats get. They are closer to the field and the bowl shape gives them an imp...
  • Plaza Level Infield - - The Plaza level is made up of 200 level seating and has only 12 rows in most sections. Choose sections 215-219 for your best ...
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Recommended Seats for Kids and Family

Sections 219, 220 and 221

  • 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.

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

Recommended Seats for Partying and Socializing

Near each foul pole is a small Patio section called the BBQ Terrace. These sections feature tables and front row views of the field. These seats are typically reserved for groups and are typically all-inclusive.
The Coliseum features one of the best indoor bars in all of baseball. Grab a drink at the bar and turn around to look through the glass towards the field.

Sections 134 and 150

  • Bleacher seating in the sun
  • Closest bleacher seats to beer stands and concessions
  • Inexpensive pricing leaves more money to indulge


  • Open seating for easy movement and socializing
  • Fan-organized cheering groups add to the atmosphere
  • More vocal and passionate crowd than the rest of the ballpark

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

Best Seats for Great Views of the Field

The Oakland Coliseum (now RingCentral) has been at the center of many stadium battles during the past few years. The 50+ year-old stadium has been criticized for its inadequacy as a professional stadium. For fans going to an A's game, this criticism is not limited to the structure itself - but also to the overall fan experience and atmosphere. As the last remaining multi-purpose football/baseball stadium (pending a Raiders move), the stadium offers some of the worst sitelines for both football and baseball games. Continue reading to maximize your experience and to get the best views for an A's game at the Coliseum.

Some of our favorite seats in all of baseball are the loge seats at Dodger Stadium and Yankee Stadium. They hang over the lower seating deck and make you feel like you're sitting on top of the field. That closeness is what's missing from the Coliseum for baseball games. With a tremendous amount of foul territory, the front rows of the 100 level are the equivalent of being 10-15 rows back at any other stadium. Instead of aiming for seats that will give you a close view of the field, we recommend choosing seats with the most comfortable view.

In our opinion, the most comfortable views are found on the Plaza Level (200s sections). These seats are generally well-angled to the field and their elevation makes it easy to see side-to-side. While they're obviously not as close to the field as the aforementioned seats at Dodger and Yankee Stadiums, these are similar loge-style seats at the Coliseum. For the best overall views in these sections, we recommend sitting in row 4 or higher. The first row is often used as a walkway by fans, which can be highly distracting if they move around while the game is live. Second, a large railing is situated at the front of these sections which severely limits how you see the game.

Among lower level sections, you will find outstanding views in the lower rows of sections 116-118. In fact - besides for the Diamond Level seats directly in front of these - rows 13-20 in these sections are the best seats at the Coliseum. The seats are elevated above the Diamond Level which makes it easier to see the field. You also have fewer fans sitting in front of you and you feel about as close to the field as you can get at an A's game.

If seats behind home plate and near the dugouts are out of your budget, consider the sections all the way down the foul line in left and right field. Specifically, we recommend tickets in the first few rows of section 104 in right field and 129 and 130 in left field. These sections are as close to the field as you would expect out of a baseball-only stadium, and they provide excellent sitelines back towards home plate. Just keep in mind that right field is the sunny side, so you may want to skip out on section 104 if the sun is going to be a factor.

One final set of seats that may show up on your radar if you're looking for a home plate view are Value Deck sections 316-318. These sections are located directly behind home plate and offer a birds eye view of the game. However, the railings and signage at the front of the upper deck can severely limit your view of home plate. When you consider that these are the only sections open on the 300 level and they are horribly exposed to the sun, they are worth skipping altogether.

Rows 1-7 in Sections 104, 129 and 130

  • As close to fair territory as you can get at the Coliseum
  • Good sitelines back towards the infield for a comfortable view
  • One of the lowest ticket prices among reserved 100 level seats

Rows 13-20 in Sections 116, 117 and 118

  • Absolute best views from the 100 level
  • Unobstructed sitelines from behind home plate
  • Elevated over the Diamond Level seats for better-than-expected views

Sections 217, 218, 219 and 220

  • 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

Rows 28-34 in Sections 120, 121, 122 and 123

  • Comfortable views of the field and scoreboard from behind the Athletics dugout
  • Located near the section entrance for quick trips to and from the concourse
  • Among the first seats on the lower level to be shaded

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Seating Tips & Advice

  • " For Oakland fans, definitely the bleachers. for opposing fans, try the Plaza levels. "

Seat Ratings & Reviews

  • "Not bad, but not fantastic" - - These are some of the best seats in the stadium. Right behind homeplate, good elevation and Row 16 i...
    Section 116, Row 16, Seat 14
  • "Good view close to the field" - - This was my third straight day visiting the ballpark. The first two days I sat in the 200 level and ...
    Section 110, Row 5, Seat 4
  • "The first row is terrible!" - - Interestingly, when I purchased these tickets on StubHub, there were no seller notes. But when I got...
    Section 225, Row 1, Seat 22
  • "Can see over the railing -- barely" - - This is about as close as you can get to home plate in the 200 level and still see over the railing ...
    Section 221, Row 3
  • "Better than Row 1, not as good as Row 3" - - My ticket was for Row 1, but I sat here for a few batters since my Row 1 view was completely blocked...
    Section 225, Row 2
  • "Great seats for the price, no foul balls though" - - We had balcony (200 level) seats last time and for a few dollars more these were much better. Could ...
    Section 123, Row 25, Seats 16-17
  • "Can actually see the players, perfect fit for us" - - We could actually see the players unlike the section 200 balcony ones we had last time and for very...
    Section 123, Row 25, Seats 16-17
  • "Unbelievably awful" - - Pros: the legroom is big enough to drive a truck through. Cons: you need to be sitting on top of a ...
    Section 317, Row 1
  • "Nice view close to home plate; beware the sun during day games" - - Thoroughly enjoyed these MVP Infield seats. Good atmosphere. The crowd in section 120 right next d...
    Section 119, Row 15, Seat 15
  • "A little better than Row 1, but not much" - - Section 317 is the best section on the upper level - it's right behind home plate. But the first 3+ ...
    Section 317, Row 3
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