Fenway Park
Fenway Park Visiting Team Fans

Best Seats for Visiting Team Fans at Fenway Park

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Despite attracting millions of fans each year - many of them out-of-towners - Red Sox fans at Fenway Park have a reputation for being overly rude to guests cheering for the opposing team. With this in mind, you may want to purchase tickets in areas of the ballpark that are most likely to be filled with fans who share your rooting interest.

If your budget allows it, first consider Field Boxes 59-70 near the visiting team dugout. Not only will these seats get you close to your favorite players, these tickets are on the more expensive side. As a result, the fans in this area tend to be a little less inebriated and perhaps a little more welcoming.

If you don't mind putting up with a little friendly (and not-so-friendly) banter, another area to consider is the front of Bleacher sections 42 and 43. The visitor bullpen is located in front of these sections which typically attracts visiting-team fans. Not only will the lower rows keep you close to field level, they also allow for easier access to the bleacher concessions and restrooms. Just keep in mind that these are some of the sunniest seats in the ballpark during the early innings of a night game and are unprotected during day games.

One final consideration for opposing fans are the Pavilion Boxes on the first base side of the field. Although they're among the farthest infield seats at Fenway, they provide incredible views of the Green Monster, the Citgo sign, the videoboard, Pesky Pole and into the visitor dugout. You'll also be able to enjoy some local favorites (including a lobster roll) at the Pavilion Level concession stands.  - RateYourSeats.com

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Recommended Ticket Locations

Rows C-H in Sections 62 , 63 , 64 and more

Within six rows of the visitor dugout

Row C is the first row above the dugout

Good views of the field behind the netting

Rows 1-3, AAA, A in Sections 59 , 60 and 61

Great looks into the visitor dugout just to your left

Watch your hitters walk from the dugout to the on-deck circle and warm up

Within three rows of the field

Sections PB1 , PB3 , PB5 and more

Some of the best bird’s eyes views of the Fenway’s most unique features

Easy access to concession stands

Similar views to club seats just below, but a much lower pricetag

Sections M1 , M10 , M2 and more

Rows 1-14 in Sections BL42 and BL43

Just above the visitor's bullpen

Close to the big concourse, which includes local concessions and beets

Ratings, Reviews & Recommendations

  • "Row C is the first row behind the visitor's dugout in Section FB67."

  • "Row C is the first row behind the visitor's dugout in Section FB62."

  • "Row C is the first row behind the visitor's dugout in Section FB65."

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