Rose Bowl Stadium Seating Chart

NOTE: Seating layouts may change depending on the event. Make sure you check the individual seating map when selecting your tickets.

From 1972 to 1997, the maximum seating capacity was at 104,091. As some of the seats closest to the field were never used during UCLA regular season games, official capacity was lowered.

The number of attendees was far below the number of seats available. The stadium was remodeled in 2014 and this renovation removed the lower-lettered row seats on each side behind the players’ benches.

The current seat capacity is approximately at 92,542 seats. Seats are split into three main levels; which are level D, E, and F. These levels are further split into categories like Club Seats, Loge Boxes, E Level Suites, and F Level Suites. There are almost no bad seats in the Rose Bowl Stadium as commented by fans who have attended events there.

Tip! Gate D is usually the least crowded entrance. Don’t bother to try to squeeze in with the crowd at other gates. Follow Gate D and you shall be in the stadium within five minutes!

Reserve your seat and order your tickets today! Visit the events page to get started.
For more information on the ticket policy and the preferred ticket provider please view the Rose Bowl Stadium tickets page.
For all upcoming events at the Rose Bowl Stadium please view the Rose Bowl Stadium events page.