The Club Level offers wider, padded seating and upgraded concourse amenities. Ticketholders also have in-seat food and beverage service and access to the Knothole Club and Home Plate Club restaurants. Given its location above 200 level seats, club sections offer a good elevated view of the game. Just be careful with seats too far down the line. Club sections 301- 312 and 340-351 have poor angles towards home plate and are a better option for a fan seeking club privileges than a fan who's keen on watching on every pitch.
Some of the best seats in the lower level at an Angels game are in the nine sections that make of Diamond Club seating behind home plate. Sections 114-122 are a part of this premium location. Each seat in these sections is wider than a normal stadium seat, padded and has a home plate view from within 20 rows of the field.
Ticketholders in these club seats will be treated to in-seat wait service and will have access to the private Diamond Club bar and restaurant.
If you watch an Angels game on TV, one of the first things you might notice is the ultra-premium seating area directly behind home plate. Diamond Suites, as they're called, are at field level and are less than 50 feet from the umpire and catcher.
Though their proximity alone makes them great for impressing guests, these seats also come with a bevvy of upscale amenities and privileges. Ticketholders will have an opportunity to go beneath the stadium stands and see the private batting cage for both teams. They'll also be treated to a VIP concierge service and access the stadium through a private entrance.
Each suite can accommodate 12 guests on ultra-cushioned seats. Suites also include a private restroom and exclusive catering.
At the front of sections 109 and 127 is a single row of seats known as the Diamond Field Boxes. Labeled as row AA, these seats are located directly on the field, adjacent to the Angels or Visitor dugout. Ticketholders in this row will be seated on a padded stadium chair with extra legroom and a ledge to put food and drink. Fans will also have access to the exclusive Diamond Club Lounge located behind home plate.