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Fenway Park Seating Chart
Below is a seating chart of Fenway Park in Boston, MA. The Fenway Park seating chart shows the sections, section numbers, locations and areas of Fenway Park. If you are new to Fenway Park, this can be confusing, but there is a helpful guide to Fenway Park seating below.
For a better idea of the view from each section, SeatData has a photograph of the view from every section in Fenway Park. Click the link to view the SeatData Fenway Park section views. When you're buying Boston Red Sox tickets at Fenway Ticket King, you will want to consult the Fenway Park seating chart to ensure that you're getting the best tickets for your money.
Guide to Fenway Park Seating
Once you find the Red Sox game you want to attend at Fenway Park, you will be shown a list of tickets available.
Sections starting in "BL" means bleachers seating.
Sections that contain "SRO" are Standing Room Only. This means that you have a ticket that admits you to the game but you do not have a seat.
Sections containing "GS" or "GST" or "Grandstand" are all infield or outfield Grandstands. You will need to look at the section number to figure out where the section is. Refer to your map.
Sections with "RFB" and "RF Box" are the right field box seats.
Sections with just "Box" or "Loge" are the loge seats above the field box seats.
"FBox" refers to Field Box seating.
The next part is to determine which section is suitable. There is a "Family Friendly" section that does not serve alcohol located in outfield grandstand 33. There are also suite style seats such as roof top pavilions, EMC club seats and so on. To find out which section has the view you want, you can consult with: http://www.seatdata.com which shows actual views from each section in Fenway Park.
When you find the section(s) you like, you can now begin looking at the rows. In sections with lettered rows, single lettered rows are in front of double letter rows. The single letters start A-Z and then after that, the double letters start AA-ZZ. (ie: Row A is before Row AA and Row M is before Row AA). Some sections contain rows with numbers and obviously row 1 is the 1st row. Take a close look at the map because some parts of the field have dugout box seats in front of the field box seats so you may have row 1, but it is behind a few rows of dugout box seats.
After that, the rest is easy... quantity of tickets... checkout... and your tickets are on their way.