Atlanta Falcons Sidelines

The Atlanta Falcons Sidelines includes four sections centered around the 5-yard line near each corner of the Georgia Dome. The Georgia Dome seating chart shows the Falcons Sidelines between the Lower Prime and Lower Sideline Redzone seating areas.

Atlanta Falcons Sidelines sections are spread out with one in each corner of the stadium. Section 112 is near the west end zone on the Falcons sideline. Section 119 is near the east end zone on the Falcons sideline. Section 132 is near the east end zone on the visitor’s sideline. Section 139 is near the west end zone on the visitor’s sideline.

All Falcons Sidelines seats offer a good view of the field from seating areas centered around the 5-yard line. Due to the angled, sloping design of the Georgia Dome, seats in the front rows of the Sidelines sections are closer to the 50-yard line than seats in the back rows. Since the Sidelines consist of only four seating areas there are few seats available for non-season ticket holders.

NFL fans should look at the Atlanta Falcons seating chart and read more information about each of the Georgia Dome seating areas: Falcons Verizon Wireless Club, Falcons Lower Prime, Falcons Sidelines, Falcons Lower Sideline Redzone, Falcons Lower Level Corner, Falcons Lower End Zone, Falcons Mezzanine Sideline, Falcons Mezzanine Level Corners, Falcons Mezzanine Level End Zone, Falcons Upper Prime, Falcons Upper Sideline, Falcons Upper Corner, and Falcons Upper End Zone.

Falcons Sidelines tickets are predominantly sold as full season tickets by the team. A full season consists of ten games with two preseason games and eight regular season games. The price of Falcons tickets changes each season, but Sidelines season tickets are always cheaper than comparable individual game tickets. Fans should also consider tickets for neighboring sections of Falcons Lower Prime and Falcons Lower Sideline Redzone.

Atlanta Falcons Sidelines

Atlanta Falcons Sidelines
Atlanta Falcons Sidelines
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