Welcome to TickPick’s Camp Randall Stadium Seating Chart. Here we will cover everything you need to know before purchasing Cheap Wisconsin Badgers Tickets, including seat views, student sections, parking, and more.
Camp Randall Stadium History
Camp Randall Stadium, home to the Wisconsin Badgers, is located in Madison, Wisconsin and has been the home of the Wisconsin Badgers football team since 1895. It’s the oldest football stadium in the Big Ten Conference, and despite being well over a hundred years old is still the fifth-largest stadium in the conference. It holds a whopping 80,321 people, which helps enable Camp Randall to become one of the most hostile environments in which an opposing team can play, giving the Badgers a marked homefield advantage during their home games.
Camp Randall Stadium Seating Chart
Camp Randall Stadium Section Breakdown
The sections at Camp Randall Stadium are numbered with the lower bowl consisting of sections A through X, which wrap around the majority of the field with the exception of the sections along the south end zone, which are labeled Y1, Y2, Y3, YZ, Z3, Z2, and Z1. Most of these lower level sections consist of 70 or 71 rows per section, with the exception of those in the south end zone other than Z2.
Sections in the upper levels are double lettered, ranging from AA to LL, with most sections including 41 rows, other than the ones in midfield like DD and HH, which have 36 rows, and EE through GG, which only have 22.
The vast majority of seats at the stadium are bleacher seating, meaning no chair backs.
Wisconsin Student Sections
The student sections at Camp Randall Stadium consist of sections J through P that wrap around the end zone, where you’ll be able to partake in their famous tradition of jumping around.
Student tickets sell out quickly since only a small portion are allotted to the student body. More importantly, you won’t be able to purchase student section tickets on the secondary market as only currently enrolled UW students are eligible for these seats.
Camp Randall Stadium Club Sections
Camp Randall Stadium offers two club areas, with the first being the Buckingham Club which is located at the top of the Wisconsin sideline on the 8th level and can hold 328 guests at once. Patrons in this club will have access to theater-style chairs, complimentary food provided at gourmet food and dessert stations, non-alcoholic beverages, wait staff, as well as TV and radio coverage of the game.
The Varsity Club, which can seat up to 600 fans, is located at the Northeast corner end zone on the 6th and 7th levels, and seats include similar amenities as the Buckingham Club. As opposed to theater-style seats, those in the Varsity Club are cushioned chairs. In-seat food and beverage service is offered as an upgrade in the Varsity Club.
Visiting Team Sections
The upper levels is sections AA and LL are the designated visiting team sections at Camp Randall Stadium. Visiting fans may also want to look for seats in the upper rows of sections Y3, YZ, and Z3, as those will lump you in right with the other fans of your team that are sitting above you.
If you are fan of the opposing team and want to sit ensure you sit with your fellow fans, this is where you want to be. If you are a Badger fan, you’ll want to avoid sitting in these sections.
Parking and Tailgating at Camp Randall Stadium
Wisconsin has plenty of parking available on football game days. All parking locations open at 7 a.m. for noon and 1 p.m. kickoffs, 9 a.m. for 3:30 p.m. kickoffs and 1 p.m. for Saturday evening kickoffs. All fans are asked to not come before these times as traffic lineups are not permitted.
- There are two shuttle bus routes that go to and from Camp Randall Stadium on game day that are operated by Badger Bus. Pickup locations can be found on the map below
- For those fans with ADA needs, the school’s athletic department sells parking permits for Lot 17 on the first four levels on a single-game basis. All levels within Lot 17 have elevator access.
- On campus parking spaces are for vehicles only
- For tailgating, charcoal grills are permitted within parking lots, while open wood fires or portable fire pits are NOT permitted
Tips for tailgating at a Wisconsin game:
- Arrive early so you have your pick of parking spot.
- Fan tailgating is allowed in the lots surrounding the stadium starting five hours prior to kickoff.
- Cell service can get spotty, so it’s advised to mark your tailgate with a large (unique) flag so friends and family can find you.
- Don’t be in a rush to leave after the game, you are better off finishing your leftovers at your tailgate and waiting for traffic to die down.
Best Seats at Camp Randall Stadium
As cliche as it is, there really isn’t a bad seat at Camp Randall Stadium for a Wisconsin game. You can feel the energy of the Badger crowd from all corners of the stadium; however, as is the case with any football stadium, the best views will come within the sections between the 30 yard lines.
We would personally recommend sitting near the student sections J and P. There is a contagious energy that spreads from the students to every surrounding section, which helps make for a unique game day experience.
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