M&T Bank Stadium Lower Concourse Sideline
Sitting Here for a Football Game
Perhaps the most sought-after seats at M&T Bank Stadium are those located in the lowest level behind the player sidelines. These seats offer some of the best views of the field, but row selection is critical to ensuring the best experience.
Each section in this seating zone features 35-42 numbered rows of seating with the concourse tunnel located near row 20. The tunnel essentially splits each section into an upper and lower portion.
In the lower portion you'll find great views in Rows 16-20 when seated near midfield. Sections further away from midfield run the risk of being slightly obstructed by the accessible seating platform. And while lower rows provide the unmatched euphoria of being close to the players and coaches, many fans will argue that anything below row 15 is too close to the field and seeing from end to end is a challenge.
In the upper seats (rows 20 and above), you'll again find wildly different experiences in seats that differ by just a few rows. To be safe, avoid aisle seats in Rows 21-32 unless you're seated between the 30 yardlines. The railings become highly distracting and annoying, especially in Row 29 behind the tunnel.
For the best overall experience, choose seats in Rows 32-40. These seats provide great elevation for seeing the entire field and don't have to worry about railings and as much foot traffic getting in the way. In sections on the North side of the field (100, 153, etc.) a small overhang covers rows 37 and above. This is an ideal place to sit if it rains or snows, but you may not be able to see punts, field goals or long passes from the very top rows.
Sections 126 and 127 behind the Ravens’ bench and sections 100 and 153 behind the visitors’ bench are perfectly located near the 50 yard line, which makes these sections the most prestigious of the location. - RateYourSeats.com