Lower sideline seats at Scott Stadium are located between the goal lines on either side of the field. UVA occupies the south sideline in front of sections 122-128, while the visiting team is found near sections 104-110.
These are the largest sections in the stadium with 45-56 lettered rows in each. With so many. Fans will find vastly different experiences in the upper and lower rows, so it's important to choose a spot that matches up with your needs.
The lowest rows are impressively close to the field and offer a great atmosphere. With student sections located near 104 and 105, these seats have more energy than most.
For fans caring less about a collegiate atmosphere and more about views of the field and comfort, the upper rows are ideal. The highest sideline rows are closest to the tunnel leading to the concourse. By comparison, fans seated in the first row may have to walk as many as 50 rows of stairs for each trip to restrooms and concessions. In addition to quick amenity access, the elevation of the upper rows makes it much easier to see the entire field.