Your Preferred Seats at the Rose Bowl

A National Historic Landmark, Rose Bowl Stadium — also known as “America’s Stadium” — was built in 1922. Although it is primarily known for hosting the Rose Bowl, it has hosted a number of other events including five NFL Super Bowls, the 1984 Olympic Soccer Matches, the 1994 Men’s World Cup, as well as the 2002, 2006, 2010, and 2014 BCS National Championships. With a seating capacity of over 90,000, it is one of the largest stadiums in the country. The stadium recently underwent a $170 million dollar renovation, aimed at improving and preserving its storied history for years to come.

Standard Package Seating Categories

Upper Level End
(Sections 1, 8-15, 22-28; Rows 45-55)

Lower Level End
(Sections 1, 8-15, 22-28; Rows 1-45)

Upper Level Side
(Sections 3-6, 17-20; Rows 45-55)

Lower Level Side
(Sections 3-6, 17-20; Rows 1-45)



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