What are the best seats at Lane Stadium?

Fans are advised to sit as close to Row 4A as possible. These seats offer a good bird’s eye view of the field and are close to the concourse tunnel. Higher rows may come with as many as 45 stairs up and down from the concourse tunnel.

Do seats at Lane Stadium have backs?

Some of the most desirable seats at Lane Stadium are chairbacks. These seats offer back support and are widely considered more comfortable than bench seating. Outdoor Club and Zone Club seats feature a stadium chair with a back. Rows H-N in Sections 201-206 are chairback seating.

What kind of seats are in Lane Stadium?

Lane Stadium

Coordinates 37°13′12″N 80°25′05″W
Owner Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Capacity 65,632 (total) 1,200 (Club Seating) 240 (Luxury Seating – 15 Suites)
Surface ‘Latitude 36’ Bermudagrass overseeded with Perennial Ryegrass in the fall

Which side of Lane Stadium is the home side?

West side
The whole stadium is loud and kind of crazy, but the South endzone is where college students tickets are located. West side (Home team side) is mostly Alumni and East side (Away team side) is a mixture of Away team and Home team fans.

Are terrace level seats good?

Best Terrace Level Deals These are priced far-lower than sideline sections so it’s more affordable to sit in a lower row. They also have better-than-expected views of both ends of the court. Those same corner sections are usually provide good value for concerts, but they may be too far from the stage for some guests.

How many people can Virginia Tech stadium hold?

66,233Lane Stadium / Capacity

Is Lane Stadium open to public?

The museum is open to the public 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday. It is closed on weekends and on game days.

Is Lane Stadium grass or turf?

Lane Stadium, home of the Hokies, earned the distinction of becoming the first collegiate football facility in the nation to install an Integrated Turf Management (ITM) system. The innovative system – the brainchild of Green Tech, Inc. of Richmond, Virginia – features trays of natural turf positioned above asphalt.