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Section 307 at Wrigley Field


Wrigley Field Section 307 View

Section 307 Seating Notes

Row Numbers

  • Rows in Section 307 are labeled 1-10
  • An entrance to this section is located at Row 10

Interactive Seating Chart


  • Section 307 Reviews

    Best value view

    Jun 2012

    Baseball Review
    Section 307

    This is quickly becoming my favorite section - especially for hot day games. Here, we got shade the entire afternoon and more importantly could see 100% of fair territory and had an easy view of the manual scoreboard in center, the new stats scoreboard in right, and the box score/radar gun along the first base line. The only thing we had to stand and stretch to see was the Cubs' bullpen. The best part of this section is that it offers a more affordable price without the gamble of having a pole/overhang/limited sight/etc. This way I can continue helping the umps with balls and strikes. The only drawbacks are: - the rows are long, so a high number seat (9, 10, 109, 110) means you have to walk through a lot of people to get your 2nd and 3rd Old Style - the steps are steep with no rail, which isn't so hard at first, but increasingly difficult to navigate after 4th Old Style - the ladies' room is behind this section, but the men's are 4-5 over, which makes for a longer than expected dash after Old Style #5 - the Beer stand right behind the section is cash only, which is actually a blessing when you want to stop at 6 Old Styles

    • Upper Boxes


      Upper Box seats at Wrigley Field are all 300-numbered sections. These seats are at the front of the upper deck and provide outstanding elevated views. Each section has close to 10 rows of seating with some being slightly shorter to accommodate ADA areas. This makes them some of the smallest sections in the stadium. Upper Box Infield Seats   Sitting in sections 308-314 and 319-327 is comparable to sitting on the club level at most other ballparks. In fact, after recent renovations Wrigley Field converted the four sections between these groups into the Catalina Club because of its great location. Infield seats are the best option outside of the club in the upper level. Fans can take comfort in clear views and shade during day games. For an extra bonus, look at seats in rows 7 or higher to be under cover as well. More Upper Box Information Upper Box Midfield: Sections 305-307 and 327-329  Upper Box Outfield: Sections 303-304 and 330-331 The letters "L" and "R" represent Left and Right to help fans know which side of the stadium their seat is located when looking at the field. Fans in these seats should pay attention to this since one side is not as easily accessible to the other. Fans enter the sections from the back and walk down to their seats. The steps can be steep for some. Upper Box Concert Seating  When attending a concert at Wrigley Field, Upper Box seating is not a bad option. To start, every seat will have a clear view to the stage. Since the seats are elevated there is no distractions from netting, poles or other equipment on the ground. Similar to a Cubs game, the Infield seats will have the most desirable centered views to the stage. As you move toward the Midfield and especially the Outfield sections the angle to the stage starts to make an impact. 

    • Ratings & Reviews From Similar Seats
    • "Great Aisle seat, easy access"

      (Section 331) - -

      Great Aisle seat with easy access to the breezeway a few rows behind. Perfect view down the foul line and good view of outfield and bleachers. Much better than 500 section about 50 feet up and behind.

    • "Not the Best Seats"

      (Section 426) - -

      There are some seats in this section that aren't that bad. But being in Row 6 or higher in Section 532 and 530 means you're behind a mini scoreboard. That plus the pole blocking part of the outfield makes for not-so-great seats. It's also super-windy up this high. This was the last row in the sec...

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