On February 2, 2020, Super Bowl 54 kicks off at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida. As one of the year’s most coveted sporting events, it certainly won’t be easy to get tickets (more tips on that here). However, for those lucky enough to have the chance to attend the game in person, picking the right seat is key to having a fantastic time. Luckily, SeatGeek has created a seating chart guide to help.

Hard Rock Stadium Super Bowl Seating Chart

Super Bowl 54 is being played at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, Florida. Opened back in August of 1987, this venue has been home to some of the country’s biggest sporting events. In fact, in 2019 alone, it’ll be home to the NCAA’s Orange Bowl, the Miami Open tennis tournament, as well as the Miami Hurricanes and Miami Dolphins. Over the years, Hard Rock has gone through many renovations that have made it a state-of-the-art stadium, perfect for the Super Bowl.

Here’s the seating chart for Hard Rock Stadium:

(Head to our Hard Rock Stadium event page for an interactive map.)

Super Bowl Seating Sections

As the 2020 game gets closer more specific ticket information will become available. If you decide to purchase Super Bowl tickets early, you’ll likely encounter “Zone Seating,” a system in which only general seating information is available. However, closer to the actual game you should be able to see individual section and row numbers on our Super Bowl event page.

Hard Rock Stadium doesn’t really have a bad seat, but you’ll surely want to get an idea of which seats are closer to the action. As with most stadiums, the lower the section number, the closer you’ll be to the field.

Browse our interactive Hard Rock Stadium map to get a sense of where each section is located and to get a preview of what the view looks like from each section, as seen below in an example from Super Bowl 53.

Check out our stadium section guide for an even more in-depth look at the stadium’s zones and seating level options.

Super Bowl 54 Team Benches

There is something extra special about sitting close to your team’s bench at a big game. Stay tuned until Super Bowl 2020 gets closer to find out what team will sit where.

Super Bowl Tickets & Local Pickup

Fans traveling to Miami for the Super Bowl will be required to pick up tickets in person at a location close to Hard Rock Stadium. This is because all Super Bowl tickets are “hard” tickets, meaning that they are hard stock and cannot be emailed or sent in a PDF. SeatGeek will set up a secure and convenient location (with a few fun perks) for fans that purchase Super Bowl 54 tickets.

Super Bowl Ticket Information

If you’re interested in attending Super Bowl 54 in Miami, SeatGeek will have all the information you’ll need leading up to the Big Game. Check out our guide on how to buy Super Bowl tickets for additional details and helpful tips on finding the right ticket at the right price.

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