Paul Brown Stadium Seating for Bengals Games

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Shaded & Covered Seating

Only about 15% of all seats at Paul Brown 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.

  • Rows 34 and above in Section 134 are covered
  • Rows 34 and above in Section 132 are covered
  • Rows 38 and above in Section 128 are covered
  • Rows 20 and above in Section 233 are covered
  • Rows 20 and above in Section 202 are covered
  • Rows 18 and above in Section 310 are covered

Bengals Sideline & Visitor Sideline

Bengals Sideline - The Bengals sideline is in front of 109, 110 and 111
Visitor Sideline - The visiting team sideline is in front of 139, 140 and 141

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

Other Popular Seating Areas

  • Field Level Sideline - - The front rows of midfield seating at field level are pushed back about 10-15 yards from the field. This creates some disappo...
  • Club Sideline - - The sections on the second level along both the Bengals and visitors sidelines form the Club Sideline seating location. In a...
  • Field Level Corner - - Some of the best sitelines in the lower level are found in the highest rows of corner seating. Despite being further away fro...
  • Field Level Endzone - - The unique design of Paul Brown Stadium is more noticeable in the endzones than anywhere else. At field level, Sections 122-1...
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Best Seats for Great Views of the Field

Paul Brown Stadium is a fairly traditional football venue that features three distinct levels of seating. With suites separating each of the levels, fans will find wildly different views from the 100s, 200s and 300s.

100 Level Seating

The best views on the lower level of Paul Brown Stadium will come from sections 108-112 and 138-142. These sections are closest to midfield, with sections 110 and 140 providing the best views from the 50-yardline.

These sections - like all sideline seating on the lower level - have 32 rows of seats with row 1 closest to the field. Row 1 does have some elevation to help see over the players on the sideline, though we recommend sitting in a higher row for the best sitelines.

Our preferred rows in these sideline sections are 15 and above, with rows 16-22 providing the best overall experience. Seats in this area are just below the entry tunnel (row 23), and their elevated view makes it easy to see the field without too much effort.

If you're trying to decide which side of the field to sit on, the Bengals players will occupy the sideline in front of sections 108-112. However, we recommend sitting on the opposite side of the field (sections 138-142) where you get a much better view of the corner videoboard.

Club Level

The most expensive seats for a Bengals game are located in club level sections 204-216 and 234-216. For most games, these seats are listed for about 2-3 times the price of lower level seats. Besides for the amenities afforded to club ticketholders, these seats come with the best views at Paul Brown Stadium.

What makes the views so special? It's the elevation. There is a small ring of suites separating the 100 and 200 levels. As such, the second level is perched just above the 100s sections and hangs slightly over the lower bowl. This extra elevation makes it easy to see side-to-side with just a short gaze left or right.

Club sections have up to 20 rows of seats, which makes them fairly large for a premium seating location. In turn, there is a fairly significant different between being in the first row (roughly 35 rows from the field) and the last row (roughly 55 rows from the field). Higher rows will be closer to the entry tunnel, but lower rows will have a superior view.

Although not part of club seating, we are a fan of the lower rows in sections 222-230. These sections offer a head-on view to the videoboard, video-game-like views of the field, and even looks of the Roebling Bridge and Ohio River.

Upper Level

The upper level at Paul Brown Stadium includes sections with up to 35 rows of seating. When looking at tickets in this area, it is crucial to sit in the lowest row possible if you want a great view.

The biggest complaint with the upper rows (13 and above) is how high above the field they are located. Because there are two rings of suites between the 200 level and 300 level, fans often get the feeling of having to look straight down to see the field. This feeling is less exaggerated in the lower rows where you won't be looking down as far.

As with our recommendation for lower level seating, you'll do well to choose seats at the front of sections 340-342. These three sections offer a very good view of the field and a comfortable look at the videoboard.

Rows 16-32 in Sections 108, 109, 110 and 111

  • The best views from the lower level come from rows 16 and above
  • Enough elevation to see over the players on the sideline
  • Close to the entry tunnel at row 23

Rows 1-9 in Sections 208, 209, 210 and 211

  • Some of the best seats in all of football
  • Perfect elevation for seeing everything on the field comfortably
  • Additional bonus of being club seats for Bengals games

Rows 1-11 in Sections 222, 224, 226 and 228

  • Easy to follow the action with the view from the endzone
  • Head-on view of the videoboard and the surrounding area (Ohio River and bridges)
  • The seats hang over the 100 level, which makes you closer to the field than you expect

Rows 1-11 in Sections 340, 341, 342 and 343

  • Rows 1-11 have a much better view than the upper rows in the same section
  • Best combination of good view of the field good view of the replay board from the upper level

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Seating Tips & Advice

  • "Good Seats" - I liked these seats, and will be sitting here when I take a friend to her first game in December (Section 130 Row 2).

Seat Ratings & Reviews

  • "View and amenities good, seats uncomfortable" - - Located close to food and drink, as well as clean restrooms. The seats themselves are smaller than c...
    Section 306, Row 4, Seats 11-13
  • "HOT seats!" - - The seats were great. Close to the end zone action, good view of the scoreboard (to watch the other...
    Section 156, Row 23, Seats 19-20
  • "Great view- bad surroundings" - - The view was great, but if the ticket cost or location was any indication of the type of people that...
    Section 307, Row 5, Seat 10
  • "Best Seats, Food OK" - - This is the best seat in the house! You can't miss any of the action from the mid-field club level s...
    Section 210, Row 1, Seat 10
  • "Terrible. Lower level. But everybody stands " - - What good is it to pay $108 for a seat but you can't see anything because a group of people won't si...
    Section 136, Row 9
  • "Cleveland Browns at Cincinnati Bengals - Dec 29, 2019" - - Our seats were great. Unbelievable view from our seats, unobstructed view of field and great look at...
    Section 204, Row 1   Verified Customer
  • "Best Seats I Have Ever Sat In!!!!!!" - - It was awesome. I got to take my family and my friend. Live touchdowns right in front of us. Best ni...
    Section 101, Row 11, Seats 3-7
  • "Great seats! Not too far away, not too close" - - Recommend these seats. Only downside this was the last preseason game and no starters played.
    Section 109, Row 30, Seats 5-6
  • Section 152, Row 57
  • "Love it" -
    Section 116, Row 14, Seats 15,16
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