Joe Louis Arena

About These Seats

With traditional goal to goal views, lower tier location, and potential to be near center ice, the Lower Level Center sections are some of the best seats in the house for a hockey game at Joe Louis Arena. Fans can sit behind the Redwings bench in Section 122, behind the visitors bench in Section 121, or behind the Penalty Box in either Section 107 or Section 108.

Sections here have up to 20 numbered rows of seating with entry tunnels located at the very top. Seats on the glass are some of the most exciting available, but for the best overall views of the entire ice, we recommend sitting in Row 15 and higher where you'll have great elevation and quick and easy access to the concourse.

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Fan Ratings & Reviews

  • Those are actually great seats.

    They're Center Ice and just high enough so you could see the entire rink.

  • Had similar seats to a playoff game and loved it.

    109 is lower bowl, you should be in perfect view of the entire ice surface.

  • Some of my favorites are in section 124.

    The first few rows come with tons of explosive hits along the glass, and a great view of the goalies, my favorite position.

  • Section 123 being my preference, to the immediate left of the Wings bench.

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  • We always sit in the top of section 106.

    (wheelchair accessible)...the two ushers who work that section are sweethearts. We're just to the right of the penalty box and across the arena from the benches. I always get some good shots from there.

  • For me the best seats are in section 109.

    Between the top of the circle and the blue line, opposite the benches, at the end where wings shoot twice, about 10 rows off the ice so you can see over the glass.