Big Ten Championship at Lucas Oil Stadium
Lucas Oil Stadium is a top football stadium in the Midwest and has been the home of the Big Ten Championship since the inaugural game in 2011. The stadium's capacity is 70,000 and it has a retractable window, showing the Indianapolis skyline when open. Lucas Oil Stadium is the home venue of the NFL’s Indianapolis Colts. A stadium that big has many options for seating, which we breakdown below:
The 100 level sections at midfield (112-114, 139-141) are called Club I and are the best lower level seats. Field sideline and field end zone seats are great for an up-close view of the game.
The 200 level sections are directly behind the 100 level but are much smaller. The sections in the 200 level near midfield are still club sections.
At midfield, the 300 level is all suites. Along the sidelines, corners and end zones are small sections of loge seating.
Also called loge seating, the 400 level has smaller sections outside of 401-403 and 450-453.
The 600 level is called the terrace section. This is the most cost-efficient way to get in to a game.