Notre Dame Football Stadium Seating Chart
Notre Dame Stadium, while being a landmark in college football, is really a somewhat boring stadium as far as shape goes. Forget the unique Ohio State horseshoe-shaped stadium, Notre Dame Stadium is shaped like an enclosed rounded rectangle. How creative is that? The good news is that no matter where you sit in the stadium, your view of the field is fantastic. However, the recent renovations completed in 1997 may leave the alum who hasn’t been back to South Bend in a while wondering where his seats are. A Notre Dame football stadium seating chart comes to the rescue.
Notre Dame Football Stadium Seating Chart Explained
The rounded rectangular stadium has two levels, the lower level and the upper level. The bottom level has sections 1-36, while the top level sections are labeled 101-136. The sections begin and end at the North end of the stadium, with ascending sections going in a clockwise pattern. On the North end of the stadium is entrances A and E, while B, C, and D are on the South side. The press box is located on the West side of the stadium. Keep in mind, if you want to see the famous mural dubbed “Touchdown Jesus,” you must be on the South end of the stadium.