Paul Brown Stadium

Paul Brown Stadium Field Level Sideline Seating


Sitting Here for a Football Game

The front rows of midfield seating at field level are pushed back about 10-15 yards from the field. This creates some disappointment amongst fans in the first few rows who paid good money to be as close to the field as possible. Never-the-less, the higher rows in this seating zone features some of the best seats in the stadium.

Rows 24 and above in sections 106-114 and 136-144 are the best non-club seats for a Bengals game. Fans seated in these seats will find short walks to the concourse tunnel and an ideal elevation for seeing side-to-side.

With the midfield sections pushed back, this allows sections closer to the goal line (like 104 and 106) a better angle towards the field. Despite the effort, these sections still don't get a great siteline unless you're seated in one of the top rows. Sitting in rows 34 and above will get you that better angle and have you covered by the overhang.  -

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  • Ratings, Reviews & Recommendations

    • "Terrible. Lower level. But everybody stands "

      (Section 136) - -

      What good is it to pay $108 for a seat but you can't see anything because a group of people won't sit down. They stand the entire game. You call the jerk, line no one comes. Bengals experience is the worst.

    • "Great seats! Not too far away, not too close"

      (Section 109) - -

      Recommend these seats. Only downside this was the last preseason game and no starters played.

    • "Love it"

      (Section 116) -

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