State Farm Stadium

Section 110 at State Farm Stadium


State Farm Stadium Section 110 View

Section 110 Seating Notes

  • These seats are located behind the Cardinals sideline
  • For football games, we recommend rows 30-41 for great views of the field
  • For football games, desirable view from near midfield
  • Related Seating: Main Level

Row Numbers

  • For most events, rows in Section 110 are labeled A-Z, AA-ZZ, 29-41
  • For football games, row 1 is usually the first row
  • Row 1 is usually the first row for concerts
  • An entrance to this section is located at Row 41
  • When looking towards the field/stage/court, lower number seats are on the right

Interactive Seating Chart


  • Section 110 Reviews

    Almost too close to the field

    Aug 2014

    Football Review
    Section 110, Row 7, Seat 18

    If you like your Cardinals and want to get as close to them as possible, here's your chance. These seats are crazy close to the Cardinals players and you can see everthing going on on their sideline. In terms of seeing the field, your view of the near side of the field is very, very good. You can see over the players and can see a ton of detail. But views of the other side of the field is where it falls apart. The players on the sideline, the fans lower than you on your right -- they get in your way of a clear view. If someone is breaking a play up the right sideline running the other way, you have no chance of seeing them. You'll probably end up watching it on the replay board. Overall, ticketholders in the 400 level may give their first born for these seats. They're exceptionally close and have a great wow factor. But if you're a purist who wants to see the game and plays develop, try to pick higher seats with a better view. Also, keep in mind that Row 7 is nearly 35 rows from the concourse. So getting up and down is a bit of a task.

    30 yardline dream seats

    Aug 2014

    Football Review
    Section 110, Row 39, Seat 17

    These seats stare right at the 30 yardline, they're two steps from concessions and have a great view of the big videoboard. What more do you want? The height of being in Row 39 is awesome. You get such a comfortable view of everything that's going on. And it's an added bonus if action is on your side of the field. It's a way better view than what you get on TV.

    • Main Level


      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 Side (Basketball)


      The main level side sections offer some of the best views for a basketball game at University of Phoenix Stadium, however you'll want to be as close to center court as possible and sitting in the single lettered rows. Sections 108-109 and 129-130 have the best angles thanks to their location near the mid court line, however views of the videoboards above the endzones will be difficult. Temporary seating has been added to the sections here, with risers inserted to accommodate seats in the single lettered rows (at the front), and the double lettered rows (near the middle). It is important to know that the riser style seats in the lettered rows is much shallower than the permanent seating bowl, making it more difficult to see over fans in front. Permanent seating picks up again at the back of the sections starting with row 29. These numbered seats will feel far from the floor, but keep you close to the concourse and provide more elevation over fans in front. 

    • Main Level Sideline (Football)


      Located on the closest level to the playing field and along the sidelines are the 16 sections which make up the Main Level Sideline location. Seats in these sections provide a close proximity to field level and the 50 yard line, creating an optimal view of all the action and are often considered some of the best seats at University of Phoenix Stadium. Fans can sit directly behind the home team bench in sections 107-110, while sections 128-131 are directly behind the visiting team bench. Sections in this location contain up to 41 rows of seating running from row 1 (closest) to row 41 (furthest). Sections 108, 109, 129 and 130 are located nearest to the 50 yard line and are also referred to as the Main Premier sections on the University of Phoenix Stadium seating chart. 

    • For Football - Recommended For Great Views of the Field


      Excellent sideline views near the midfield. Ideal seating height for being able to see over the sidelines. Close to the entry tunnels near the top of the sections

    Event Schedule

    • Cardinals
    • Other Football
    • Concert
    • Other