M&T Bank Stadium

Baltimore Ravens Upper Concourse Sideline Seating

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Sitting Here for a Football Game

Among the more intimidating upper decks in pro football, the 500 level at M&T Bank Stadium is not for the faint of heart - especially in the highest rows. Each of these sections contains up to 33 rows of seating with the concourse tunnel located closest to row 1. And unlike the shallow lower bowl, the upper deck is steep and unforgiving. As a result, fans are advised to take caution when considering seats in Rows 15 and above. The long walk up and down the stairs will punish you if you have to do it more than once.

Fans fans considering tickets in the lowest rows, the best seats are found directly at midfield in rows 1-8. Walks to the concourse will be short, there are fewer seats in these rows and you'll have a view similar to that of the suites just below you.

On hot days, choose seats on the Ravens side of the field (sections 521-532) where the sun will be behind you in the late afternoon.   - RateYourSeats.com

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  • Ratings, Reviews & Recommendations

    • "Very interesting seats"

      (Section 526) - -

      This is one of the last rows in the upper deck on this side of the field. So you're pretty far from the action and it's a long walk up here. But you're also pretty close to the 50 and you have a really good view of the scoreboards. You're kind of on your own up here, which gives it sort of an intima...

    • "Almost at the top of the stadium"

      (Section 524) - -

      I was sitting in the 6th row from the top at section 524 near midfield, and while the view was decent considering how high I was sitting, it was a long walk to get to. The stairs up the aisle seemed to get steeper the higher you went, and found myself breathing a bit heavier by the time I got to my...

    • "High Up and Far"

      (Section 522) - -

      Don't be fooled by these seats being in the 11th row from the front, the view is incredibly high and far. The seats face towards the end zone, so you will spend most of the game with your head turned to the left when watching the game. The scoreboard above the near end zone is tough to see as it i...

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