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Seats with Backs

  • Seats with Backs - Only fans in club seats on the South end zone will have chairback seating.

Student Section Seating

Student seating is available in Sections 1-7 and 40-41

Visitor Section Seating

  • Visitor Section Seating - The upper half of sections 13 and 14 include visitor seating    Visitor seating can be found in Sections 117 and 118  &n...

Shaded & Covered Seating

Among the very few places to find shade is at the top of Section 1 under the north scoreboard.
The very last rows of seating on the west sideline are lucky enough to be slightly covered and may even see a little bit of shade in the afternoon.

Less than 10% of seats at Doak Campbell Stadium 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.

  • Rows 80 and above in Section 9 are covered
  • Rows 3 and above in Club 315 are covered

Florida State Sideline & Visitor Sideline

Florida State Sideline - The Florida State sideline is in front of 32, 33 and 34
Visitor Sideline - The visiting team sideline is in front of 9, 10 and 11

To search tickets in these sections, select an event and apply the filter for home or visitor sidelines.

See Also: Visitor Section

Other Popular Seating Areas

Lower Corner Seating

While corner seats at many football stadiums offer quality views and a decent gameday experience, the corner sections at Doak Campbell Stadium are mostly forgettable. Most of these sections offer poor access to the concourse tunnels (you'll be walking a lot of steps), bad angles towards midfield and can be blinded by the sun.

Along the sidelines, tunnels are predictably placed near rows 10 and 50. This makes it fairly easy to choose seats with a short walk to the concourse. But in some corner sections, there is no upper tunnel, which may result in having to walk extra stairs or hopping over people into the next section.

If you don't mind the extra steps, you'll still have to deal with sitelines that aren't set towards the 50 yardline. This makes it all the more critical that you choose a higher number row so you'll have a wide view of the field.

Finally, these corner sections are wholly exposed to the sun and the rest of the elements. You won't want to forget your hat or shades.

Obviously, the main draw of corner seating is the low ticket prices. In some instances, you can find very good bang for your buck. If these tickets match your budget, aim for seats in Sections 27 and 28 near Row 50. You'll be on the Florida State sideline, the sun will set behind you in the late afternoon, and you'll be close to the primary endzone walkway.

Lower Endzone Seating

Behind the endzones on the lowest level of seating is the Lower Level Endzone seating location. Seats in this location are all within 40 rows of the field have a great view to watch plays around the near endzone. The opposite side of the field is far away and can be hard to see - but that is completely normal for endzone seating.

Seats in the SE endzone will have the best views of the main videoboard, while NW endzone sections will be below the videboard and adjacent to FSU student seating.

Sit as close to the top of each section as you can for the shortest distances to the endzone walkway and to have the best views of the other side of the field.

Sideline Seating

Sideline seating is formed by Sections 6-14 on the NE side of the stadium and Sections 29-37 on the opposite side of the field.

For fans in the lower number sections, they'll find themselves behind the visitor sideline on the sunny side of the field. In fact, the upper rows of Sections 4-14 just may be the sunniest seats in any college football venue in the country. Not surprisingly, many of these seats are reserved for students. The only place to escape is in rows 80-84 in sections 9-11. These seats are surprisingly covered by a shallow overhang and may be the best kept secret in the stadium.

The opposite side of the isn't exactly under an elm tree, either. The wide-open bowl of Doak Campbell Stadium provides little relief from the sun on either side of the stadium for noon kickoffs. No matter where you're seated, remember to bring a hat, sunglasses and sunblocks.

Now that you won't melt in the heat, you can focus on finding the best views of Seminole football. Along the sidelines, you'll want to focus on two things: having enough elevation to see the entire field and having a short walk to the section tunnel.

Tunnels are located near Rows 10 and 51, but many fans find that Row 10 is too close to the field and it's difficult to see end-to-end. Row 50, on the other hand, provides plenty of elevation and a superb wide-lens of the field. Go as low as row 35 to still get a great view and a short walk.

Recommended Seats for Kids and Family

Sections 317 and 318

  • Small sections so it is easy to get to the concourse to get concessions
  • On the side of the field with the most shade
  • Cheaper tickets on the highest level of seating

To search tickets in these seats, select an event and apply the filter labeled Kids and Family.

Recommended Seats for Partying and Socializing

Sections 1, 2, 3 and 4

  • Designated student section
  • Great party atmosphere among rowdy students

To search tickets in these seats, select an event and apply the filter labeled Partying and Socializing.

Best Seats for Great Views of the Field

Prior to the renovations that installed club seating on the south end of the field, Doak Campbell Stadium was a rather bland college football venue. With the recent upgrades; however, Florida State fans now have another option when it comes to finding great seats.

Choosing the Right Row on the Sideline

Even with the renovations, the best views at a FSU football game come from the elevated rows of sections 8-12 and 31-35. Specifically, rows 35-50 in these sections are the cream of the crop.

Because the main seating bowl is so low to the ground, players on the sidelines can impact your view - even if you're sitting as high as row 25. Add to that a lot of crowding around the entrance tunnels at row 10 and you're best off buying tickets in a higher row to guarantee an unobstructed view. These upper rows (35-50) will also keep you close to another entrance tunnel where you can escape to the restroom or concessions.

While sections 8-12 and 31-35 offer identical views, seats on the west sideline (31-35) are the preferred choice. Not only is this the Florida State side of the field, but it's also the less-sunny side. The sun sets behind these sections and will be at your back instead of staring you down all afternoon.

Best Club Level Views

By placing the new club seats above the endzone instead of along the sideline, Florida State chose comfort over sitelines. The club sections are best seats for staying cool, and they also offer the most comfortable view of the north videoboard.

While you won't find sitelines nearly as good as you would along the sideline, there are still some club sections that combine a comfortable experience with a very good view. Our favorite sections include 216, 217, 225, 226 and the 300s sections directly above. These sections are situated in the corner of the endzone - affording them a comfortable view towards midfield without any major obstruction from the goalposts. Views towards the other end of the field can get a bit long, but the north videoboard is nearly head-on and can help you keep track of what you missed.

Rows 35-50 in Sections 8, 9, 10 and 11

  • Great view between the 20 yardlines
  • Just the right amount of height to see the whole field
  • Close to the concourse tunnel

Rows 80-85 in Sections 9, 10 and 11

  • One of the few covered areas in the stadium
  • Midfield location for comfortable views
  • Elevated landscape of the entire field and stadium

Sections Club_216, Club_217, Club_225 and Club_226

  • Best views from the club seats without any goalpost obstructions
  • Some of the best views of the north end videoboard
  • Small sections for easy access to club amenities

Doak Campbell Stadium Seat Views

Doak Campbell Stadium Seating Reviews

  • "Awesome seats!" - - We had a great time at the FSU-UM game!!! The seats were awesome and the price was great! Thanks aga...
    Section 123, Row 38, Seats 9, 10
  • "Great location!" - - Really good view of the field. Concessions close, as well as restrooms.
    Section 32, Row 40, Seats 3-4
  • "Great view easy access " - - Nice being on ground floor, in and out of stadium fast. Great spot.
    Section 122, Row 10, Seats 4-5
  • "Section 15, Row 68" -
    Section 15, Row 68, Seat 30
  • Section 34, Row 77, Seats 10,11