MetLife Stadium Seating Chart, Seat Views, Rows & Seat Numbers

Here’s everything you want to know about the MetLife Stadium seating chart, home to the New York Giants, New York Jets and the 2014 Super Bowl. The Metlife seating charts below include row & seat numbers, 3d seat views and tips on the best seats for football games or concerts at MetLife Stadium. For specific info on suites check out this Metlife Stadium Suites Review.

Metlife Stadium Seating Chart – NY Giants & NY Jets Seating


Metlife Stadium Seating Chart With Row Numbers & Seat Views

Hover over the interactive Metlife Stadium Seating Chart to see how many rows are in a section and to see a view from your seat for either NY Giants or NY jets games.

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See the 3d Metlife Stadium seating chart and a view from your seat here.


Metlife Stadium Seating Chart With Seat Numbers

Metlife Stadium SeatingAs in many other stadiums, MetLife tries to carry a simple reoccurring theme regarding seat numbers and placement. The MetLife Stadium seating configuration is the same for every section, so seat #1 will always be near the aisle closest to the lower labeled section.

For example: Section 110, Row 1, Seat 1 will be located at the front row, at the seat nearest the aisle between section 110 and section 109. As you can see in the picture, seat #1 in section 110 is nearest section 109.

If you have tickets in Section 110, Row 34, Seat 18, you will located in the last row on the lower level nearest the aisle between section 110 and section 111.

If your are looking for the number of seats in a specific row you can get more details on the exact seat numbers (per row) for the Jets and Giants Seating chart by visiting here.


The Best Seats at Metlife Stadium

First off, in my opinion whether you sit on the Giants side (section 109 to 117) or the visitor side (section 134 to 143) I don’t think it matters at all. Obviously some of the best seats are sections 135, 136, 137 and 112, 113 and 114. Putting aside coolness factor, the best seat would be in between row 10 and 20. When sitting at or near the 50 yard line, this elevation is important for viewing purposes allowing you to gain depth perception and better angles when the game is being played on the opposite side of the field or near an endzone.

When looking to buy tickets in any of the 100s sections the first row seats are only desired for the experience, not for the view. For example, being in the first row of a section in the endzone can be great for the occasional touchdown, but this perk will also have it’s cons when the ball is on the opposite side. This comes down to personal preference, but I think it’s safe to say for the 100s sections on the sidelines you want seats higher then the 10th row, so the best seats are between row 10 and 20.


Where to Sit if There’s Bad Weather?

If the weather is bad, the best seats in the house to avoid the wrath of mother nature are located under the overhang behind both end zones. These sections are 121-131, 101-106, and 146-149. The overhang covers rows 36 to 45. These seats are best when weather conditions are less than optimal. If you rather rough it out while watching the NY Giants or NY Jets, rows 1-35 should have some great deals available.


Concert Seating Chart for Metlife Stadium

The seating chart for concerts at the Metlife Stadium are very similar; whether it’s an NFL game or a concert, the one big difference is the floor seats. Depending on the performer, the seating chart may differ. For example, see the MetLife seating charts for Jay-Z & Beyonce, One Direction, and Eminem & Rihanna concerts below. All three concerts have different seating chart configurations.

Beyonce & Jay-Z           |           One Direction           |           Eminem & Rihanna

metlife seating charts beyonce rihanna one direction

Beyonce’s seating chart set-up is the standard Metlife Stadium concert seating map, for the most part. With the rare exception of the Eminem & Rihanna concert, the orientation of the seat numbers are usually the same for each concert.


Concert Metlife Stadium Seating

Seat number 1 in section 1 is going to be furthest from the center of the stage, and the higher seat number in section 1, typically seat number 18 will be on the aisle towards section 2 and closer to the center of the stage. So the lower seat number is always closer to the adjacent section with a lower section number, and the higher seat number is always closer to the section next to it with a higher seat number. For example seat number 18 in section 3 will be next to section 4.

For the most accurate seating chart and the cheapest tickets, find the concert you are looking to attend here (you’ll see a detailed seating chart and tickets with no service fees).


Metlife Stadium Parking Map

  • The Blue Pass or General Admission permit will get you into every parking lot except E, F or G
  • The Red Pass or the VIP parking permit will get you into Lots E, F or G
Metlife Stadium Parking Map

1 MetLife Stadium Drive
East Rutherford, NJ 07073

If you have a specific question regarding the NY Giants, NY Jets or Metlife Stadium seating chart, ask in the comments below, or tweet at us @itickpick if you want advice on which tickets to buy.

  • halberkl

    If I’m going to metlife for a concert and sitting in Section 1, seat #1 and 2; will that be further or closer to the stage?

    • Joe Cassitto

      Section 1, Seats 1 and 2 will be furthest from the stage.

  • alyssa

    I’m looking for field tickets to see One Direction and I was wondering why they only show you the row number and not the actual seat number.

  • Melting Granite

    Where is section 136? You mentioned it as one of the best sections, but I can’t find it on any of the seating charts I’ve looked at…

  • Steve Vogel

    Looking at tickets that say “Concourse 2 226″ for an upcoming Jets game… This isnt a general standing room section right?
    Positives / negatives regarding this area?

  • Kristen

    Where does the visiting team come and go from? For Giants games? Is it section 104 tunnel??

  • Raul Carrasco

    Hi Brett, I am traveling with my wife on the first days of november to New York and we realized Steelers and Jets will be playing on the 9th, just one day before we come back to México wich is were we live. I have been a football fan all my life and can´t wait to see a game live. We are on a low Budget and I checking on prices I do not think we would be able to buy anything with better tan upper side line tickets which are around 95-100. Which of this sections would you recommend more? I just read below that you get the sun in front if you are on sections 318, 319, etc.
    The other question is: If I buy the tickets here at tick pick can I just print them and show them at the stadium when I get there?

  • Snook613

    Hi. I was wonder if the Jets enter through the tunnel in section 123, and the Giants through the tunnel in section 104?
    And if so does the visiting team enter through the opposite tunnel? I want to go to a Giants game and be by the visitor tunnel.

  • hwefa

    i have floor a standing seats for eminem.. what is the best way to get the first row if the parkibng lot does not open until 2:30 pm l

  • KDeignan

    Hi Brett, Thanks for the tips, this was just what I was looking for. I have Section 142, Row 8, Seats 19 & 20 (for Eminem and Rihanna) but debating buying Floor A instead.. Thoughts?

  • Tom Heidstra

    Does general admission 1 floor b have seating or is it just standing? It’s says seat 859 on ticket ????

  • Tom Heidstra

    Does general admission 1 floor b have seating or is it just standing? It’s says seat 859 on ticket ??

  • Korey

    I currently have two tickets in section 123 for Eminem. Considering selling those and getting tickets in GA section A. Curious as to your thoughts. I also notice that on stub hub some of the GA tickets have row numbers. I’m assuming there are no actual rows?

  • walt

    what is best gate to enter if my seats are section 137

  • Jay Gilgert

    I am going to nj on vacation in October. Its been 8 years since I last attended a jets game. So with the new stadium I was wondering about the seating. Does the upper level feel really far away? I’ve been to stadiums (Oakland coliseum) where its like sitting in another atmosphere, but I’ve also been to a devils game where it felt like I was right on the ice in the 3rd level. So I guess what I’m really asking is from the 3rd level midfield am I going to have a better seat than lower level corner. Those are the 2 sections I’ve narrowed it down to and the prices aren’t that much different. Obviously the midfield is better angle, but if they are going to look like ants then I would watch at a worse angle but closer. Sorry for the essay, thanks in advance LOL.

  • rachel

    I just bought tickets for a NY Jets game in Sec 140. If you are facing the field, where are seats 1-4. Is it closer to the 50-yd line or away from it?

  • Kayla

    How does Section 110, Row 1 sound for the One Direction concert? Thank you for your help!

    • Jack Slingland

      Hey Kayla – Although they will likely be marked obstructed view, it would be tough to get much closer to the stage.

      You should try to seek out the highest seat numbers possible though, as that will put you closer to section 111 and give you a better view of the stage overall.

  • Luis Pellizzaro

    Hello, Brett.
    You mentioned about home and visitor tickets in 100s sections. Is that applicable for 200s and 300s sections as well or there’s no division for home and visitor in those sections?
    Thank you very much

  • Tiny Rose

    Whats the best entrance to take to get to sections 133-144, or 109-117

  • Tiny Rose

    Whats the best entrance to use for sections 133-144, or 109-117

  • ebstar321

    For the Beyonce and Jay z concert at Metlife I have two tickets one in “section 114 row13″ or “Floor Section 8 Row20″ ???? PLEASE HELP WHICH IS BETTER??LOL
    I figured Section 114 would be best so I can see all the action. But please let me know what you think. @BrettGoldberg:disqus

  • Lonique

    How are the seats in section 111c row 25 and if you had to choose between those seats or section 5 row 30 for Beyoncé & Jay-Z Metlife which are the better seats?

  • Maria

    Interested in knowing the amount of space underneath the seats so as to bring a mini cooler, in need of height, width, depth if at all possible. Thanks!

    • Jack Slingland

      Hi Maria – Unless that mini cooler is a clear bag, you would not be permitted to bring that into any Giants or Jets game. Coolers would not be permitted into concerts either. You can read more about the NFL’s bag policy here:

  • E

    Hi :) Thx for a great site ! Very helpful. Coming to the Stadium June 20-22 for a free International Convention ( This site helped me to get an idea of what to expect as far as seating. I particularly appreciated the info regarding the overhang seats. Awesome ! Thx again. E

  • Lisa McCarthy

    Hi, do you think there will be a gate put up between general admission A and general admission B for the Eminem/Rihanna concert?

  • Donna

    I have GA sec B. tickets for Eminem aug 16th. Can you please tell me Are these actual
    seats or standing?

    • Lisa McCarthy

      All seats are standing

  • Tiani

    I’m hoping you can help me with a question. I am planning to purchase tickets, for my daughters, to the One Direction concert at Met Life. I’m hoping you can let me know which way the seats are numbered in sections 3, 4 and 9. Of course they want to be close to the stage and if I’m paying a ridiculous amount of money for the tickets I want to make sure they are in seats close to the stage.
    Thank you,

  • Martha

    Hi, coming to NJ for Eminem’s concert on Aug 16th. I have a pair of tickets for section 139 row 17 and I also have a pair of GA floor A. Which are the better seats for the best experience?

  • Janeth Castillo

    What would be better to sit in concourse 1 or General admission floor B ?

    • Brett Goldberg

      The Eminem seating chart at Metlife Stadium is very different than the normal concert layout, so it really completely depends on what you are looking for. I would say if your seats are not in section 137 to 142 or 110 to 114, I would rather sit in the GA. Plus the Eminem GA Floor B tickets are cheaper than most of the lower level seats.

      • Philly girl

        I was going to purchase seats in Sec 211 closest to Sec 212. They say Obstructed view but I am assuming not all of the seats would be blocked. Would these be decent seats or not worth it?

      • Tom Heidstra

        Does general admission 1 floor b have seating or is it just standing? It’s says seat 859 on ticket ?

  • Caroline

    If I’m in section 10, row 32, seat 19 for one direction is that a good seat?

  • Bob

    Thoughts on Section 247a, row 4, under one of the TV’s in the corner (for football)?

    • Brett Goldberg

      Hi Bob – You should give us a call at 845-538-4567 to speak with one of our reps, they have been breathing & sleeping Super Bowl now and will be able to help you out

      • Bob

        Hi Brett,

        Not for the Super Bowl – looking to acquire a PSL (season ticket rights) – not a lot of options for the quantity I am looking for but this is one of them.


  • Johnway

    Are sections 224-228 a& b covered from the 300’s. If so all rows or only some?

    • Brett Goldberg

      Sections 224-228 B is covered, but section A’s are not covered. Not all of B is covered, only the later half, roughly row 13 to 18 would be ideal. The first picture in the gallery above is from 227B row 18.

      Before you buy tickets you should reach out to me or our support team – support at tickpick dot com or just brett at tickpick dot com.

      Depending on the seller you want to make sure you are buying specific seats and not zone seats, so we can help with that.

  • Washdc

    I have read that seats under the overhang are good in the event of precipitation. How is the view in the seats closer to the back under the overhang (Section 106, row 40)– does the overhang obscure the view of the field or the Jumbotrons?

    • Brett Goldberg

      Hi – Those seats are not considered obstructed view seats. Below you can see a picture that closely resembles the view from the seat. Before you buy tickets you should reach out to me or our support team – support at tickpick dot com or just brett at tickpick dot com.

      Depending on the seller you want to make sure you are buying specific seats and not zone seats, so we can help with that.

  • hassleman

    Super Bowl Question – Home team is AFC I assume they will use tunnel 104. NFC visitor could be 121 or 129, which tunnel do you feel will be the closest to the locker room for the NFC team?

    • Brett Goldberg

      Sorry for the delay – I don’t think this will answer your question entirely, but it should help:

      There are four locker rooms in Metlife Stadium. The Giants locker room is near section 104, and the giants enter the stadium through the tunnel near section 104. The New York Jets enter the stadium from section 121. Depending on who is playing, the visiting teams will come out of section 148 or 129.

      In most cases, the Giants visitors will come out of section 129. I have read contradictory statements regarding where the Jet’s Visiting team will come from, some say the tunnel near 104, others say section 148.

  • Alyssa

    Hi, going to see One Direction at Metlife Stadium and I have tickets for section 315 row 17, will I have a good view?

  • metsfan2044

    Hey Brett, how is section 229 row 1 for a concert?

  • Jisela

    Hi I have this one direction concert on August 5th and I got a section 9 row 28 seat 1 ticket would you happen to know whether that’s right next to or close to the B Stage?

    • Joanne

      Yep, section 9 is around the B stage. Seat 1 is either all the way on the left or all the way on the right. By the way, I’ll be there! I’ll be sitting 2 rows behind you haha

  • dave

    How is section 228b? Why is the over hang bad at Metlife stadium?

  • Martin

    Are regular fans allowed to view the display case that has the 4 superbowl trophies? Do you know where exactely it is in the stadium?

  • Tammy

    I am looking at tickets for AMA Supercross on 4/26, the best I am seeing is section 110 row 33, do you think those will be good?

    • Jack Slingland

      Tammy- Never been to an AMA Supercross event, but for a football game those would be great seats.

  • Estenio

    I am at 314 row 16 seats 26 and 27 i wonder if they are going to be good for football? they are at the 50 yardline

    • Jack Slingland

      Anytime you have seats at the 50 yard line you are in a good seat even though they are bit high up.

  • JD

    I was wondering what section to sit in to see the visiting team come out of the tunnel at Metlife stadium for Giants game?

    • Brett Goldberg

      The visiting team will come out near section 149. So if you sit anywhere near section 143 to 148 you’ll get a great view of the visitors running on to the field at Metlife Stadium.

      • andrea

        Hi Brett,
        I just purchased tickets for the Giants vs Seahawks game – based on this post here, i chose tickets in section 148 because I am coming from Seattle to root for my team. I just called the stadium and the gal told me the visitor tunnel is actually section 121. Who is correct here? I am going to be super bummed if i am not close to the tunnel…

  • NEP

    I’m coming for the Pats vs Jets game on october 20..and i am super super excited. i am flying all the way from FEDERATED STATES OF MICRONESIA. thanks to this website i got seats that i’m confident i will like.

  • Lara Richardson

    Hi, coming to NY for Christmas and wanted to see a game. There is one on the 29th of December at MetLife redskins vs giants. As a tourist where would you suggest I sit? Probably dont want to spend more than $200 a ticket. And is ticket stub a safe place to buy tickets? Thanks, any feedback or suggestions most welcome. Lara

    • Brett Goldberg

      Lara – You should obviously buy your tickets here on TickPick!

      I would find the Giants game that you want to go to and use our algorithms to find the best seats within your $200 budget:

      • Lara Richardson

        Ha I didn’t realise I could buy on here! Obviously I am new to this! Thanks so much I will do that. Appreciate your help!

  • Chris

    Hi Brett, thank you for the info. Where would you sit for the Super Bowl? Considering price to value. I thought the overhang may be nice in case of bad weather. But you mention below that the overhang is not great at Metlife. Is that because you may miss action like punts or deep high passes. My seats in Denver are under the overhang and they are great. I have been to a Dodgers game under the overhang and I could not see any fly-ball at Chavez Ravine. Thanks.

    • Brett Goldberg

      Hi Chris – In helping you determine which Super Bowl tickets that you want to buy should email us at or call us 845-538-4567, we would be happy to help you further.

      With that said, the view under the overhang will all depend on the row number that you sit in for each specific section.

  • Brock

    Great info, but you guys should review all club level options as well to determine if it’s worth checking out.

  • Lulu Alexander II

    Hey Brett!! Loved the article!! I wanted to surprise my boyfriend with Giants tickets for Christmas… After reading about those sections that are the best after research those sections are out my price range.. What would you recommend for the experience but for in the cheap budget?

    • Brett Goldberg

      I would just find the event that you want to attend and rely on our algorithms to get the best seats that you can afford. Just use the refine search tools to enter your budget, and buy the tickets with the best ‘score':

  • Martin

    Where does the sun hit on the stadium seats at the various times of day? We are coming in November for a 1pm game and I was wondering which side of the stadium gets the most sun.

    • Brett Goldberg

      Look at the pictures above and you can see what it looks like, specifically the picture from section 340. Section 333 to 344 will be in the shade, while section 308 to 319 at the Metlife Stadium will be in the sun.

  • Robert

    Edit… I meant “can’t see” in my previous post. Thanks.

  • Robert

    Just a question. On Tickpick, how come you can see which seat numbers you’re getting. It would be nice to know if it’s an aisle or middle or closer to one section than the other.

    • Brett Goldberg

      If the seller provides the seat numbers we show them. If you click on the listing or go to the checkout page you’ll see the seat numbers. For privacy reasons it’s up to the individual seller if the seat numbers at Metlife will be displayed or not.

  • AmieM

    I am surprising my fiance with a trip to Metlife for the Giants game on Veteran’s Day weekend (11/10/13 vs the Raiders). He’s a crazy Giants fan, tattoo and everything. This trip is to serve as a mini surprise honeymoon, because the wedding, let’s face it, is pretty much all about me. I have the opportunity to get seats at 111A row 2, it’s as close as I can get without selling our house lol. He always wanted to be able to “yell at the players and have them hear me”, do you think these tickets, if I purchase them, will be good enough for our experience there? It’ll be his first time at what he considers to be his holy land.

    • Brett Goldberg

      Amie – Those seats will definitely do the job, I assume you want to be near the Giants bench which is why you are choosing that side? On TickPick there are first row seats in section 143 (which is behind the visitors bench), or first row seats in section 109 (near the Giants bench) for $578. Another option is section 110 row 3 for $523: NOTE prices are all-in.

      • Brett Goldberg

        Metlife Stadium Seating view from section 111A row 7

  • Hunter

    Thanks for the info on that site, it was very helpful. I saw they have Gillette Stadium, Georgia Dome, Tampa Bay’s Stadium and Lincoln Financial. Do you know if it will ever have more than just those?

    • Brett Goldberg

      I do not, but which venue are you interested in? We have done seating chart reviews for over 100 different venues.

  • Missy

    Hi, looking to buy tickets to the Penn State / Syracuse game end of this month. Groupon offers concourse 100 and 200 endzone or concourse 300 corners. Which one is better?

    • Brett Goldberg

      I would go with 100 or 200 endzone tickets. The only problem is that you may be under the overhang, which the cover can be good if it’s raining but otherwise you wouldn’t want to be under the overhang at Metlife Stadium.

      • missy

        Thank you! That is the ones I went with. Find out where seats are on Friday. Stupid question, why would we not want to be under overhand, bad view?

  • S.M

    What are your thoughts on section 345 at MetLife?

    • Brett Goldberg

      For which event at Metlife Stadium?

  • Levon

    Hi! I am looking to get tickets for a soccer game… how does section 235 row 8 sound to you? are these seats any good for a soccer game? or should I wait for better tickets? Thank you very much

    • Brett Goldberg

      Section 235 for soccer at the Metlife would be great.

  • meike

    Hey! Looking into Bon Jovi on July 27 – offered tickets are in section 241 which is the very first seated section. Still good??? Thanks so much!

  • Stefan

    Good mornig. I want to see Patriots at Jets October, 20. I’m from Brazil and this will be my first NFL live game ever. (And perhaps the only one) My doubts are: upper or lower seat? When to by the ticket? How can i get the ticket here in Brasil? Thanks.

    • Brett Goldberg

      Stefan – If you can get lower seats you should definitely splurge. Now’s a good time to buy tickets to the NY Jets at the Metlife Stadium. Since you are in Brazil just make sure you buy a ticket that is listed as an “eticket”, there’s an option on the lower right hand of the screen to view “etickets only”. This will allow you to print your tickets out.

      You can find tickets here:

  • peter

    @facebook-834756257:disqus Apologies for getting back to you this late, but to answer your question, for the few concert floor seating configurations I’ve checked out at MetLife Stadium, Seat 1 in a section is located closer to the lower numbered section next to it. For example, seat #1 in Section 6 at MetLife Stadium would be closest to section 5, not section 7.

  • David Bobick

    Hi…ok but what about floor seating for concerts??? Where is seat #1 in relation to floor sections???