Texas Bowl at NRG Stadium
The Texas Bowl is played at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas. NRG Stadium holds over 72,000 people for a game. NRG is the home of the Houston Texans, the Houston Rodeo and the Advocare Texas Kickoff Classic. Fans who attend the Texas Bowl will rave about the good sight-lines in NRG Stadium and overall atmosphere of the venue. There are multiple levels at NRG and we breakdown some of the characteristics of each below:
The most sought-after seats will be sections 104-109 behind the home team sideline and sections 124-129 behind the visiting sideline. Field level end zone is a great option with a lower cost that gets you close to the action (sections 135-138 and 115-118). The rows go from A to Z and then AA to JJ.
This is still along the sidelines and provides really good seats that aren’t as far as they appear on the chart. There is a small layer of suites separating these sections from field level.
This is the loge level and consists of sections at midfield. Loge II is further down the sidelines. The gridiron loge contains sections that are along the end zones.
This is upper level seating and is divided into gridiron midfield, gridiron sideline and gridiron end zone sections. Rows here will run A through T, while end zone seating goes from A to N.
200 & 400 Levels
These are the first and second levels of luxury suites.