Cheez It Bowl in Orlando (Camping World Stadium)
Camping World Stadium, in Orlando, Florida, has hosted the Cheez It Bowl (formerly the Camping World Bowl) for over two decades, although the stadium and game have changed names over those years. Camping World Stadium was originally named the Tangerine Bowl in 1947, followed by a number of other Orlando-themed names over the years. Other tenants have included the UCF Knights, WrestleMania and the World Cup.
Sections 105-113 and sections 127-135 are along the sidelines and provide a field-level view. Sections are alpha-numerically numbered from A-Z, then AA-ZZ. Sections 131 and 109 are on the 50-yard line.
Known as the Mezzanine, this is the second level of seating and the sections are separated from the first level by a walkway. The rows go from A to LL, except for a few sections that start at row D.
This is the upper level of the stadium and the most cost-efficient way to get in. Sections 331 and 309 are at midfield and all sections start with row A and can go as high as row LL.