There are a total of 13 seats in Section 137 Row 30. As you face the field from the section, seat 1 will be on the aisle to the right (closer to the uprights) and seat 13 will be on the aisle to the left (closer to midfield).
Sideline seating in the lower level is available in sections 111-123 on the west side of the Coliseum and in 134-150 on the east side. While the face value of tickets is similar on both sides of the field, these are among the most expensive tickets in the stadium and the experiences vary greatly.
The Raiders side of the field is also on the home plate side of the Coliseum. Most of these sections are angled towards the middle of the field, which creates good angles for seeing the majority of the action. Unfortunately, these seats are also incredibly far away from the field. Front row seats at midfield behind the home sideline typically command high interest. But at the Coliseum, the front row of sections 115-119 are about 50 feet from the players and the field. The distance, along with a shallow seating bowl doesn't do much for the back rows either. They're closer to restrooms and concessions, but the views aren't what you expect from lower sideline seats.
Meanwhile, on the visitor side, sections 140-144 are just 20 feet from the players and the field. Rows 25 and above offer good views of the field and are close to the concourse tunnel. Unlike the home side; however, sections on the visitor side do not have the same great angle towards midfield. This is also the sunny side of the stadium where hats and sunglasses are highly recommended.