The New York Giants play home games at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, Jersey. In a unique arrangement within the National Football League, the Giants share use of the stadium with the New York Jets. While the venue remains the same for both teams, color schemes, concessions, and the name of specific seating locations change depending on which team is hosting home games at MetLife Stadium. See the New York Giants seating chart for details regarding each of the seating areas within MetLife Stadium and to identify cheap New York Giants tickets for the best Giants seats.
The New York Giants MetLife home stadium is split into three distinct level of general seating with multiple sections on each level. The 100 level contains the Giants Coaches Club, Giants Lower Prime, Giants Lower Sideline, and Giants Lower Endzone. The 200 level holds Giants Mezzanine Club A, Giants Mezzanine Club B, Giants Mezzanine Club C, and Giants Mezzanine Endzone. The 300 level has Giants Upper Sides and Giants Upper Endzone. The Giants sold more than 96 percent of the seats in MetLife Stadium as personal seat licenses prior to the facility’s inaugural season in 2010. With a PSL attached to nearly every seat in the stadium, single game ticket purchasers are forced to use independent ticket brokers and third party ticket websites for Giants tickets. Be sure to look through www.NYGiantsSeatingChart.com for detailed information and pictures from MetLife Stadium before concluding a Giants ticket purchase.
MetLife Stadium was unveiled on April 10, 2010 as the joint home of the New York Giants and New York Jets. Completed at a cost exceeding $1.6 billion, the stadium is owned by the New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority and operated by a joint venture between the Giants and Jets. The stadium utilizes a Field Turf artificial grass surface and does not have a roof. MetLife Stadium is scheduled to host SuperBowl XLVII in 2014 and is used for concerts and other events when not purposed for NFL games.
MetLife Stadium has a total seating capacity of 82,566 when more than 10,000 club seats and 215 luxury suites are included. As the largest venue in the National Football League, MetLife Stadium can be reconfigured for concerts and smaller sporting events. See the MetLife Stadium seating chart for details on the seating options available throughout the venue.
MetLife Stadium: Home of the New York Giants
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