With the exception of the last row in Section 133 - which is handicap accessible - all rows have 23 seats. As you look toward the field from your section, Seat 1 is on the right.
Between the goal lines on the lower level are some of the best seats at Stanford Stadium. Close proximity to the players, sideline views and comfortable seating make these among the most desirable seats on a Saturday afternoon.
The Stanford Cardinal sideline is located on the west side of the stadium in front of sections 110-116. Like the seats on the opposite side of the field, each of these sections is comprised of rows lettered A-Z with row A closest to the field and the players.
While sitting in the lowest possible row is tempting, there are many benefits of choosing seats in a higher row. First, the sitelines in rows T and above are better than in the lower rows due to their higher elevation. Second, the highest rows are partially covered and shaded - especially on the Stanford side of the field. Finally, the top rows have the shortest walks to the concourse and all its amenities.
Perhaps the most distinguishing aspect of lower level seating on the sidelines are the chairback seats found in sections 111-115 and 131-135. While the rest of the lower bowl is bench-style with a back, these sections between the 20s offer a more comfortable individual stadium chair.
If you want to be close to the student section and the Stanford band, choose seats near Section 110 where the Red Zone begins and the rowdiness lives.