Section 102 at State Farm Stadium
State Farm Stadium Section 102 View
Section 102 Seating Notes
- Related Seating: Main Level
- For most events, rows in Section 102 are labeled 1-40, 41
- Wheelchair seating is available behind Row 40
- An entrance to this section is located at Row 41
- When looking towards the field/stage/court, lower number seats are on the right
For Concerts, Section 102 May Have a Limited View
102 is behind the stage or to the side of the stage for most concerts. This may restrict or limit your view of the performance.
For more information about the stage setup for your show, find your event.
Interactive Seating Chart
Section 102 Reviews
The Main Level at State Farm Stadium includes all 100-level seats. There are 44 sections numbered 101-144. Sitting in the 100-Level Main-level seats are known for bringing fans close to the action on the field. Most sections have around 41 rows of seats. Caution: When sitting in rows 14 and below, players and equipment can block your areas of the field from view. For this reason, we recommend rows between 15-30 for the ideal viewing height. Red Zone Seats (138-144) One group of seating that is unique is the Red Zone in sections 138-144. These seats have a large patio behind them to enjoy during intermissions or pregame. Sections near the end zones can provide a ton of excitement for scoring plays but can be more difficult to see the details at the other end of the field. Main Level Concert Seating For concerts, the stage is typically set up on the side of the field nearest sections 101 and 137. To get the best views from the level, we recommend seats in the low rows of sections 106-110 and 128-132.
Main Level Corner (Basketball)-
Corner seats on the main level will have some of the furthest views on the lowest seating tier for basketball games at U of P Stadium. Only a few of these sections feature the extended riser seating (sections 104, 113, 125, and 134), leaving the remaining sections with the traditional permanent seating. Seats near the front of sections 103, 114, 124, and 135 will have some of the most frustrating viewing angles in the stadium, so we recommend searching elsewhere. This is due to the neighboring sections (closer to the court) having riser setups which will be higher above floor level while being at a similar distance from the back of the lower bowl. As the views from the lower tier won't be anything to write home about unless you're near mid court, we recommend opting for the baseline sections over the corner sections as you at least get a head on view to the videoboards when sitting behind the baskets.
Main Level Corner (Football)-
Corner seating between the endzone and sidelines provides impressive proximity to the nearby goalines for this Main Level Corner location. On the lowest tier of the stadium, 8 corner sections near the north endzone and 6 corner sections near the south combine to make this unique seating area which provides diagonal views of the action across the field. Fans searching for the best seats in this location should consider the north corner sections first (113-116, 122-125) as they will be able to easily view the large, impressive videoboard in the south endzone (corner sections at the south end will have a more difficult time viewing the videoboard). Most sections in the Main Level Corner sections contain 40 rows of seating running from row 1 (closest) to row 40 (furthest).
More Seating at State Farm Stadium
- Other Football
- Other Basketball