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Club Seats for Falcons Games

  • North Champions Club - Club sections 126-130 on the visitor side of the field are part of the Champions Club. Ticketholders in these seats will enjoy a spectacular combinati...
  • Mercedes-Benz Club - Club seats - check, Field level - check, Falcons sideline - check. The most desirable seats at the new Mercedes-Benz Stadium are those located in its ...
  • Mezzanine Club - While the Mercedes-Benz and Champions Club seats on the lower level receive most of the fanfare, the Piedmont Club seats on the 200 level are even mor...

Falcons Sideline & Visitor Sideline

The visitor sideline is located on the north side of the field, in front of sections 126-130.

Falcons Sideline - The Falcons sideline is in front of C108, C109, C110, C111 and C112
Visitor Sideline - The visiting team sideline is in front of C126, C127, C128, C129 and C130

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

Other Popular Seating Areas

  • Lower Sideline - - While the best lower level sections at M-B Stadium are club seats with a relatively high price-tag, adjacent non-club section...
  • 100 Level Suites - - The 100 Level Suites are located between 100 and 200 level sections and are found on the north, west and south sides of the s...
  • Lower Corner - - One of the best values at Mercedes-Benz Stadium is corner seating on the 100 level. These seats offer good sitelines to the f...
  • 200 Level Sideline - - At the Georgia Dome, all sideline seating on the 200 level was part of the Verizon Club. At Mercedes-Benz Stadium, only the c...
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Best Seats for Great Views of the Field

As the NFL's newest venue, Mercedes-Benz Stadium promises a fan experience unlike any other. Concession prices are among the lowest in the NFL, the stadium contains a number of areas to hang out and there are loads of activities located on the concourses (hole in one golf challenge, anyone?). While the stadium is a stand-out in regards to keeping fans entertained, it's simply OK as it relates to watching a football game.

Best Views in the Lower Level

As has been the trend in the NFL recently, MB Stadium utilizes the most desirable seats (sideline sections in the lower level) as club seats. Sections 105-112 on the Falcons side and 126-130 on the visitor side come with premium amenities and exclusive access to a (very nice) lounge below the seats. Unsurprisingly, these sections also contain the best views in the lower level.

Within these club sections, rows 20-35 get the best marks for a good view of the field. Despite the relatively flat seating bowl, these rows easily provide enough elevation to see over the players. They also provide enough elevation to see over fans spilling out of the tunnels near row 8. Access to club sections is limited, and many confused fans step out of the tunnel without a clue where to turn. This will get better over time as season-ticketholders get acclimated with their seats, but it will still be a game-to-game annoyance for those sitting near row 8.

Among other lower level seats, the sitelines are rather disappointing. On the seating chart the sections show a sharp angle towards midfield, but this seems exaggerated once you actually sit in the seats. The best views we could find are in rows 36-44 of sections adjacent to club seats (like 106, 107, 113 and 114). The elevation made the sitelines more comfortable, and looking up at the halo board is not as taxing as it is in a lower row.

Perfect Elevation in the 200 Level

Unlike the Georgia Dome which utilized the second level for club seats, there are only a limited number of club seats on the 200 level. These are located between the 30 yardlines (again, taking up the best views), but there are still plenty of other great spots to sit.

The best views are in sections 208-214 and 234-240 where you'll get a sideline view at the perfect elevation. But if you're looking for something less expensive, consider the corner-most sections. Our favorites include 219, 220, 228 and 229. These sections have the stadium's best sitelines to midfield and the 200 level's best view of the halo board. We recommend these sections over just about anything on the 300 level and most non-club seats on the lower level.

Best Views of the Halo Board

The most contentious area of the stadium is the 300 level. So much has been made of the stadium's halo boards, and these seats have far-and-away the best views of the videoscreens. Unless you're sitting in the very top rows (where the boards cut off just a bit), you're getting an excellent 360 degree look at stats, replays and social media updates. In most stadiums there is rarely a benefit to sitting in the upper deck, but at MB Stadium the advantage is clear.

Of course, the easy views of the halo board are a result of the height of the upper level. The stadium includes three rings of suites that wrap around most of the seating bowl. In turn, the upper level is high above the playing surface and views of the field are sacrificed. We can't say that any seats will give you a "great" view of the field - they're just too far away.

Rows 20-35 in Sections C108, C109, C110 and C111

  • Club seating with the best views from the lower level
  • Rows 20 and above allow you to see over the players and over the fan traffic spilling out of the tunnel at row 8
  • Access to the field where you can get a unique view from just a few feet behind the players

Rows 36-44 in Sections 106, 107, 113 and 114

  • Best views of the field from a non-club seat
  • Elevation of the seats gives you a better angle to both ends (and keeps you closer to the concourse)
  • Best views of the halo board from the lower level come from the highest rows

Sections 202, 203, 219 and 220

  • Perfect angle for seeing the field comfortably
  • Better views of the field that lower level sections directly below
  • One of the better views of the halo board on the 200 level

Sections 208, 209, C210 and C211

  • Located at the ideal height for watching football
  • Sideline seating between the 15-yardlines
  • Small sections make for quick and easy trips to the concourse

Seat Views

Seating Tips & Advice

  • "Wider Stadium Seats" - Seats in the Mercedes-Benz Stadium will be 21 inches wide, 2 inches wider than the seats in the Georgia Dome.

Seat Ratings & Reviews

  • "Out of luck if you like replays" - - They brag about the enormous halo video board, but from up here you can only see the bottom third or...
    Section 319, Row 24, Seat 14
  • "Carolina Panthers at Atlanta Falcons - Dec 8, 2019" - - Row 13 in Sec 119 is actually row 4, because the first row is 10. These were awesome. From the end z...
    Section 119, Row 13   Verified Customer
  • "Good View of the Halo Board" - - A pretty comfortable spot overall with a really nice view of replays, considering this is technicall...
    Section 102, Row 58
  • "Only Seat in the Row" - - This wasn't my seat, but it was actually pretty good. When someone walked by, she said she wanted it...
    Section 114, Row 37, Seat 24
  • "Excellent Spot at the 25" - - Mercedes Benz club seats with access to the field. Can't see much from the field, but it's pretty co...
    Club 112, Row 8
  • "Stadium view great, field view average" - - These seats have an outstanding view of the entire facility. The view of the field is average for t...
    Section 125, Row 32, Seat 2
  • "Comfortable View, Too Many Stairs" - - All of the club rows have their pluses and minuses. In this spot, the biggest minus is having to wal...
    Club 129, Row 33, Seat 19
  • "Excellent view, premium seats" - - I rate this section easily 5 out of 5 no question. Section 311 is right near midfield and from our s...
    Section 311, Row 23, Seat 7
  • "Good Look From the Endzone" - - Closer to field than expected since row 10 is at the front. Cool view downfield. Good party spot...
    Section 120, Row 19
  • "Awesome Seats Visitor Side!" - - Very cool being in the club on opening night! Right above the visitor sideline. Only problem was the...
    Club 130, Row 6
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    Other Photos From Mercedes-Benz Stadium

    The halo board, as seen from the east side of the main concourse.
    The Budweiser Bar located near section 119. This open area also includes tables for food and drink that overlook the field.
    Falcons fans holding a Rise Up flag during the first game at Mercedes Benz Stadium.
    Falcons players heading into the tunnel after pre-game warmups. This tunnel is located between sections 116 and 117.
    According to the plaque, this is the largest bird statue in the world. Located on the outdoor porch of the main entrance.
    Looking towards the endzone Field Suites near the east endzone.
    The halo board on opening night at Mercedes Benz Stadium.
    Behind the loge boxes at Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
    One of the best kept secrets at MB Stadium are the loge boxes at the top of the lower level. These spaces contain office-style chairs set up at a table with a central monitor.
    The opening day crowd at Mercedes Benz Stadium. This area - near section 101 - was the most congested area before and during the game, owing to its spot near the main entrance and team store.
    The Kitchen is a full sit-down restaurant which overlooks the field.
    The Skybridge connects the open area of the 200 and 300 levels. This area gives fans views of downtown Atlanta, along with views of the field from a standing room only area.
    The view of downtown Atlanta from the Skybridge.

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