Hawaii Bowl at Aloha Stadium
Aloha Stadium, site of the Aloha Bowl, was opened in 1975 and holds 50,000 spectators. The stadium was the first in the U.S. to be reconfigured for different purposes. Large sections of the stadium can be moved via air cushions into different arrangements. These sections are now locked permanently in place for football due to maintenance concerns, but the stadium was previously used for baseball and soccer as well.
The orange level of Aloha Stadium brings fans the closest to the playing field. It is broken down into sideline and end zone sections. Sideline sections include F-Q and FF-QQ, while the end zone includes E-EE and R-RR.
Along with the rest of the levels, the blue level shares the same sections as orange but is one tier further from the field.
The brown level is the third from the field and contains club seating. It features a smaller seating area of only four rows per section. In terms of height, it is situated in the middle of Aloha Stadium, offering great vantage points of the entire field.
Located in the fourth tier of the stadium, the red level runs along the sidelines and end zones. Sections here contain five rows and offer great views of both ends of the field.
The sections in the yellow level span upwards to 12 rows and are the furthest from the field. The rows in this level are a continuation from the red level and range from 6 to 17.