The Texas Longhorns play their home football games at DKR-Royal Memorial Stadium in Austin, Texas. The legendary football venues holds just over 100,000 football fans on UT gameday. There's nothing quite like walking into DKR and seeing the sea of burnt orange and hearing the fans scream "TEXAS FIGHT!" with 100,000 hands in the air throwing up the Hook 'Em Horns.
DKR Stadium 3D Seat Views
Our DKR 3D seating chart offers a look how different areas of the stadium look. You can select an area and then use the controls to view 3D rendering of that section for a UT home football game.
Best Places to Sit at DKR
DKR stadium has plenty of great seats. The home bench is on the lower west sideline (sections 1-8), which is commonly referred to as the “Alumni side”. The chairback seats in Sections 4 and 5 are arguably the best seats in the stadium. Chairbacks start in row 6 and will be shaded in the 2nd half of late afternoon games. Sitting in rows 53-78 will put you under the cover of the overhang which keeps you out of the sun or rain.
One of the best values at DKR is the north end zone. The lower level endzone (sections 13-18) has a great view of the field and the giant HD jumbotron located directly across the field. These seats are on the lower-level but typically significantly cheaper than sideline seats on the lower-level of DKR. The UT Band enters the field through a tunnel under Section 16 making the atmosphere in these sections loud and exciting for UT fans.
The tickets at DKR are that have the most demand are the club seats. The Touchdown Club (sections 13C-19C) is located in the North Endzone and is the most popular area to buy tickets for each game, mostly due to the amazing atmosphere inside with free food and an extensive cash bar. The Texas Club (sections 28C-29C) straddle the 50-yard line on the East side of DKR and provide access to the Texas Club Hospitality Area.