M&T Bank Stadium

Baltimore Ravens Lower Concourse Corner Seating

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Sitting Here for a Football Game

With a unique angled view near the goal line, lower corner seats offer some of the closest views of scoring plays at the near endzone. Fans wanting to be as close to the action as possible should avoid sections 106, 108, 118, 120, 133, 135, 145, and 147 as these are the only Lower Concourse sections which do not extend all the way to the field.

There are up to 42 numbered rows in each section with row 1 always located closest to the field. These sections may not have the view of seats from the 50 yard line, but they are still as close to the action as possible and have a nice angled view of the playing field. Sitting near Row 30 provides good elevation without being too many stairs away from the section entrance.

The highest rows in each of these sections are under an overhang, which leads to the ability to stay dry in precipitation and shade when the sun is out.

The tunnel where the Ravens come out onto the field is between sections 115 and 117 and the visitors come out between sections 109 and 111.   - RateYourSeats.com

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  • Ratings, Reviews & Recommendations

    • "Perfect View in the Corner"

      (Section 109) - -

      These seats were in a great position due to being on the aisle and at the last row of the bottom portion of the section (just below the entry tunnel). Plays on the field felt incredibly close especially the touchdowns at our end, and I was far enough back where I could also see the other end of the...

    • "Great View Of The Game"

      (Section 119) - -

      Right next to the Ravens Tunnel

    • "Well Protected"

      (Section 134) - -

      Our seats were very well protected from the elements at the top of section 134, and still had great corner views on the lower level from just behind the back of the endzone. The seating deck above extended over our heads providing a nice little roof and keeping us almost entirely shielded from the ...

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