Most rows in Section 531 contain 26 or 27 seats with low number seats on the right aisle and high number seats closer to midfield. Exceptions include rows 5-9 where there are 21/22 seats and the front row, A1, which is handicap-accessible.
The upper level at Sports Authority Field is among the most intimidating seating decks in all of pro football. With up to 36 rows of seats in some sections, these enormous sections are not for the faint of heart (and not for those with a fear of heights).
As you enter each section from the concourse, you'll enter at either row 4 or row 7 and walk up or down to your seats. Despite the railings, the stairs are steep and difficult to navigate. Fans with difficulty walking stairs or who make frequent trips to the concourse are advised to sit below row 15.
For fans seated in one of the lower rows, they'll find a quality view of the field that is almost identical to the more expensive club level seats just below.
Accessible seating can be found in the first row of most upper level sections and is accessible through its own stair-free tunnel.