Less than 10% of seats at TIAA Bank Field offer some type of shade or cover. Below is a sample of seats that are at least partially covered or shaded at different times of the day. To search for tickets or to find out if your seats are protected from the sun or rain, follow the link for the seat finder.
Most 100 Level Corner seating rows are labeled A-Z and then AA-FF. Sections 127 and 145 are above the player tunnels and only have six rows, AA-FF. Meanwhile, the first row in Sections 128 and 144 are E and F, respectively.
100 Level Endzone Seating
Endzone seating on the North end of the stadium (sections 121-125) have 33 rows of seating labeled A-Z and then AA-GG, with row GG being wheelchair accessible. On the South side, section 148 seating begins in Row E and the other sections offer wheelchair accessible seating in Row A. There are 14-24 seats in each Endzone seating row.
100 Level Sideline Seating
The lower level of TIAA Bank Field has undergone a significant transformation with the recent renovations to the Assure Clubs. The clubs intercept sideline seating on both sides of the field and leave very few remaining seats behind the benches that are not a part of premium seating.
In each of these sections, Row A is always the closest row to the field. Single-letter rows continue through Z before giving way to double-letter rows labeled AA-GG. For the best overall views and proximity to the main concourse, consider rows with a little elevation, including all double-letter rows.
200 Level Corner Seating
Corner seating in the 200 Level has up to 25 seats in each row. Rows are labeled A-FF or A-KK.
200 Level Endzone Seating
There are up to 26 seats in each row in 200 Level Endzone seating. While the main scoreboard used to be located above these seats, the Jaguars have added an enormous videoscreen across the stadium.
For fans who prefer to see the action un-fold from the quarterback's perspective, these seats are a budget-friendly option.
200 Level Sideline Seating
The majority of sideline seating on the 200 level at TIAA Bank Field has been turned into the East and West Assure Clubs. Remaining sections include 205, 206, 214 and 214 on the west sideline and 232, 233, 240 and 241 on the east sideline. Each of these sections provide an elevated goal line view of the game.
The most popular among these seats are those located on the west sideline above where the Jaguar players stand. In addition to being the home sideline, these seats receive shade earlier than many other areas of the stadium.
400 Level Upper Deck Seating
The Upper Deck at TIAA Bank Field (formerly Everbank Field) includes West seating (403-416) and East seating (430-443). Avoid the East side for 4:00 pm games, as the sun will be difficult to deal with.
Upper Deck rows are labeled A-Z then AA-HH. There are up to 36 seats in each seating row. Upper rows in this level are quite far from the field, very high up and may include walking up at least 30 stairs to get to your seats.
Owing to the recent performance of the team, Jaguars tickets are among the most affordable in the NFL. According to most studies, ticket prices ranked in the bottom five of the league. While fans in Jacksonville would certainly like to see a winner on the field, the recent lack of success has made it easy to find quality seats at a semi-affordable price.
Best Views From the Club Seats
Following a flurry of recent renovations, the best seats at TIAA Bank Field (formerly EverBank Field) are all contained within the club sections on either side of the field. In addition to club amenities, these are the only midfield sections on the two lower levels of the stadium.
Our favorite seats in this area are sections 108-111, 135-138, 208-211 and 235-238. Each of these sections is located between the 25 yardlines and is 20-60 rows off the field. These seats have plenty of elevation for seeing over the players without feeling too removed from the field.
While all club seats have access to a climate-controlled indoor space, sections on the west side (like 108-111) are preferred for being on the less sunny side of the field.
Corner Sections on the 200 Level
Because club sections occupy the sidelines in the 100 and 200 level, the next best place to be is in an elevated corner section. We specifically like 204, 215, 231 and 242 for their comfortable views to midfield. We find that rows G-R in these sections provide the best overall experience. Their elevation helps to see the other side of the field and their position about 8 rows above the section tunnel helps to limit distractions. These seats also have a decent angle towards the videoboards located above the endzones.
Speaking of videoboards, when EverBank (TIAA Bank) Field unveiled their new screens in 2014 there was a lot of excitement about the football-field-sized screens. Each scoreboard is more than 360 feet wide and 60 feet wide. Seemingly, you should be able to see them from anywhere. Unfortunately, the best seats for seeing the screens don't even exist at TIAA Bank Field. The videoboards are located high above the endzones and require a head-turn and/or look up from most seats.
If a comfortable view of the videoscreens is important - and you also want a decent view of the field - consider sections 222-224.
Midfield Seats in the 400 Level
Most football fans want a midfield view, and yet - even with depressed ticket prices - midfield club tickets at most Jaguars games will still set you back a couple hundred dollars. If you're looking for that 50-yardline view, the most affordable place is on the 400 level. In fact, a recent analysis at RateYourSeats.com showed that sections 409-411 and 435-437 are priced 60-80% less expensively than the club seats directly below them. If you don't care about padded seats and indoor club access, these seats offer good value.
Again, because there is virtually no covered or shaded seating at TIAA Bank Field, we encourage fans to sit on the west side of the stadium where the sun sets behind you. This makes sections 409-411 our preferred choice over 435-437. We also recommend sitting in the lowest possible row in these sections. Our analysis also showed that the cost savings of being in a higher row of the 400 level is not worth it, when compared to upper deck seats at other NFL stadiums. Spend a few extra dollars to sit near row A for a better view and easier trips to the concourse.