American Family Field

American Family Field Loge Level Outfield Seating


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Loge Level Outfield seating is a good fit for fans on budget who also don't want to be on the upper deck. The views are not as close as other areas which helps to keep the prices on the affordable side, but the views are still decent from the second of American Family Field's four seating tiers.

In the sections nearest to the foul poles (231 and 232 in left field, 206 and 207 in right field), the seats are nicely angled towards the infield for an easier viewing experience with less head turning, but fans may struggle to see the main videoboard above center field. When the American Family Field roof is open on sunny days, the seats down the left field side will see much more sun than those down the right field side.

Along with the Box Level Outfield seats located just below on the first tier, these sections will be some of the best for trying to bring home a foul ball souvenir from American Family Field. Most sections in this location have 20 rows of seating.  -

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  • Ratings, Reviews & Recommendations

    • "Off to the side, but can still see everything"

      (Section 228) - -

      We were down the third base line quite a bit, so we had to reposition ourselves in order to comfortably see the field. We could see the jumbotron easily so that was helpful...also a view into home dugout. These seats are also hot on a sunny day!

    • "Good first base line view!"

      (Section 209) - -

      This seat was down the first base line and on the second level, which provided a good elevated angle to see all the action. I liked that my seat was toward the back of the section because I could easily get to the concourse to walk around and go to the concessions. The shade was very helpful becau...

    • "Good view"

      (Section 231) -

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