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Graec 8:07 Mon Jan 1
Seats behind the screens at London Stadium
I finally managed to see a match at the new stadium while on holidays from Canada. Pretty much every aspect of the stadium is disappointing in comparison to Upton Park, especially being herded around the shopping centre to the tube for about an hour after the match.

One thing I noticed and didn't understand was the seats behind the video screens at either end of the stadium. There appeared to be people sitting in some seats that wouldn't have had a view of the field. Is that right? What would these seats cost and why would anyone want to sit there?

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Mike Oxsaw 11:15 Mon Jan 1
Re: Seats behind the screens at London Stadium
bruuuno 9:58 Mon Jan 1

I thought the board had their own box.

bruuuno 9:58 Mon Jan 1
Re: Seats behind the screens at London Stadium
Those seats are reserved for blind people mate

Fifth Column 9:56 Mon Jan 1
Re: Seats behind the screens at London Stadium
Graec

It's a sort of optical illusion. It looks like the seats are behind the screen from a distance but they're not. Unfortunately. I wanted a screen in front of me at the NEwcastle match

El Scorchio 9:20 Mon Jan 1
Re: Seats behind the screens at London Stadium
I sat in the very back row behind the screen at the BM end during the athletics. You can't see the opposite screen because the bottom of the floodlight structure is in the way but you can see all the pitch perfectly fine.

Graec 9:01 Mon Jan 1
Re: Seats behind the screens at London Stadium
Thanks very much - I'll definitely ask for details about getting away before I go again.

On The Ball 8:57 Mon Jan 1
Re: Seats behind the screens at London Stadium
They can all see the pitch just fine. I assume they're the £289 season ticket seats, although I wouldn't sit up there for free.

The long walk to freedom is completely avoidable, although given that you were on your first trip over it's fair that you wouldn't know that. Ask on here next time and people will give you alternative routes!

J.Riddle 8:47 Mon Jan 1
Re: Seats behind the screens at London Stadium
Reserved for those with x-ray eyes.

Sven Roeder 8:14 Mon Jan 1
Re: Seats behind the screens at London Stadium
I believe the ones where you cant see the pitch are PREMIUM SEATS
The lucky bastards

Mike Oxsaw 8:11 Mon Jan 1
Re: Seats behind the screens at London Stadium
They'll be the seats reserved for "Next Level" football supporters.





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