Arizona Stadium Features A Spot That ‘blocks 90 Percent Of The Field’ And Has No Video Board View


Is this the WORST chair in the US? Arizona Stadium has a spot that “blocks 90 percent of the field” and has no video card as fans warn others to “avoid the seat at all costs”

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At yesterday’s Barstool Sports Arizona Bowl, a fan discovered what could be the worst seat in all of college football.

User @CFBcampustour sent a message to his followers about a specific seat at Arizona Stadium in Tucson.

Section 16, row 41, seat 2 was flagged as a ‘avoid at all costs!’ for every game played on this site. The account owner called it “easily one of the WORST seat locations in any college football stadium in the country.”

This seat in section 16, row 41, seat 2 could be one of the worst in college football

This seat in section 16, row 41, seat 2 could be one of the worst in college football

The sight lines only allow the resident to see one corner of the end zone - and nothing else

The sight lines only allow the resident to see one corner of the end zone - and nothing else

The sight lines only allow the resident to see one corner of the end zone – and nothing else

The account claimed the seat had 10 percent visibility of the field with shots showing just a sliver of the endzone.

The user also pointed out that the place has no view of the video board at all.

Originally built in 1929 on the campus of the University of Arizona, the stadium has been home to the school’s football team ever since.

The initial capacity of the site was 7,000 people, but was expanded and renovated little by little over the next few years.

This is all thanks to a giant concrete wall in this stadium - which was first built in 1929

This is all thanks to a giant concrete wall in this stadium - which was first built in 1929

This is all thanks to a giant concrete wall in this stadium – which was first built in 1929

The last expansion of the seating capacity took place in 1988, when luxury boxes were built together with a new press box.

Arizona Stadium’s current capacity is listed at 50,800 as of 2019 – with a former peak capacity of 57,800 in the mid-1990s.

A rivalry game against Arizona State University set a record attendance of 59,920 on November 23, 1996.

Earlier this year, the same Twitter account discovered a similarly bad view at Waldo Stadium – the home of Western Michigan University. These seats look like they were tucked into a corner and were called a ‘hockey penalty box’.

Other bad examples include an account found at Ohio Stadium – the home of Ohio State University. In the Southeast, the University of Tennessee has similar problems.

In this year’s version of the Arizona Bowl, Ohio University took on the University of Wyoming. Ohio was victorious, winning 30-27.

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