Turner Field

"Excellent view down the Left Field Line"

Seat Review From Section 205, Row 9, Seats 5-8
Aug 2013


The seats are in the first row, just to the left of the railing above the concourse entryway tunnel. They offer a clear view of the entire field and were fully shaded by 6:30. It's a perfect look at fair/foul balls down the left field line. Looking up to the left you can see Chip Caray, a little bit of Joe Simpson, and the back of Don Sutton's head. Foul balls do come over the net behind the lefties' batter box but not very many.

Nice view of the Braves' on-deck batters. Very comfortable to sit back, relax and see all the action on the field. Several concession options directly behind this section with restrooms behind Section 207. They also offer a perfect view of Friday Night Fireworks. More money would place you closer to the field in Section 105, but my family had a wonderful time watching the game in 205. We will select these seats again.

Best for... watching the game, bringing the family, being in the shade

Avoid if... you're cheering for the away team

Rating Details


Ratings, Reviews & Recommendations

  • "They were wonderful. Under the shade and still close to the field."

    (Section 217) -
  • "Row too shallow for leg room and walking from seats"

    (Section 206) - -

    It was difficult to tell where are seats were on the row, I tried several places to find out location on row (I wanted an end seat for my wife), even Turner Field could not describe it to me.

  • "Wonderful View"

    (Section 207) - -

    Seat is elevated and right in the middle of home and first base. Great spot to to test your luck on catching foul balls. Awesome view. Perfect for going on dates.