Lower Level Corner SeatingLower Level Corner seating offers a unique perspective of the action for fans that enjoy both the north-south and east-west movement of the game. On the lowest tier, these seats are some of the closest options to the endzones, and have excellent positioning to view one of MetLife stadiums four large video boards which are all located below the 300 level and in each corner of the stadium.
On the official MetLife seating chart, these sections are also referred to as the Lower Touchdown Corner and Lower Endzone corner seating areas. Sections in this location are among some of the largest in the stadium with sections nearer to midfield containing 37 rows of seating and sections nearer to the back of the endzone containing as many as 45 rows of seating. Choose seats in a higher rows for the best views of the entire field and to be closer to the lower level concourse. All Lower Level Corner Seating
Most seats in this section are pretty close to the field.
Recommended for being covered.
Most seats in this section are many rows/stairs from the concourse.
The thing that makes the corner in 121 so great is the angle towards the field. No cocking your neck - just a great view of the entire field. That said, the action on the other end is miles away. But you actually want to be in like Row 25 instead of 5 so you are highe enough to see it all....More
For football games there are 46 rows of seating in this ection. The first row is labeled 3 and the last row is labeled 48.
What rows are closest to the concourse in Section 121?
Frequently Asked Question
When you enter the section from the concourse, Row 35 is the first row. Seats near this row are ideal for fans with mobility issues, knee problems or those who make frequent trips to restrooms and concessions.