We attended a soccer game at the stadium. We were in the lower levels and did not see any of the game. Several rows of people chose to stand the entire game. My children could not see even if standing on their chairs. Security's answer was, "They are soccer fans, that is what they do. " I asked her to at least walk up and say something. She did walk up the stairs reluctantly and scribbled on her clipboard, never saying a word to the people in question who were clearly blocking everyone's view. We were at Lincoln Financial field the previous
week to see a soccer game and security was ever present making the whole experience much more enjoyable.
Jumbo screens, unobstructed sight lines and high-end amenities highlight the home of the Ravens.. Overview Since its completion in 1998, this state-of-the-art facility has played a key role in reclaiming Baltimore's status as one of America's great football cities. This is no small feat, given the pounding the city's football psyche took with the 1984 departure of the vaunted Colts. Ravens' fans rave about the new 70,000-seat stadium, praising everything from the twin jumbo screens (one in each endzone) to the unobstructed sight lines offered from almost every seat in the house.
The Experience Luxury certainly doesn't come without a cost, as ticket and concession prices tend to be steep. Even with high cost single-game tickets, however, almost every game is a sellout, and fans must scramble for the 6,000 seats made available to non-season-ticket holders for each game. Food vendors will also put a dent in your pocketbook, but unique local offerings like Maryland crab cakes and crab soup make the high prices easier to swallow.
No better football stadium!.
You have to be from Baltimore to love the Ravens, but not to love their stadium. Clean, well organized, well run, and always safe. Multiple "park & ride" locations if you don't want to deal with stadium parking lot. A+ facility.