The fans sitting in the Lower Level Corner seating location are in a great place to watch the action. These seats keep fans close to the field and provide some of the very best views of touchdowns and scoring plays at the near endzone.
The opposite side of the field can be more difficult to see, especially from the lower rows of the sections which extend all the way down to field level as the lack of seating elevation makes it a challenge to see over the players, team personnel, and equipment along the sidelines.
While not as large as the neighboring sideline sections, these areas can have up to 62 rows of seating, again leaving the longest walks for those in the back rows. Fans that are looking for relief from the sun won\'t find much in these seats, but will want to opt for the northwest corner (Sections 11-14) where the sun will be at your back earlier.
The new south endzone corner sections (reconstructed for the 2016 season) feature ADA accessible seating between the lower and upper portions of the sections.