Mercedes-Benz Superdome Seating Chart

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Located below is the New Orleans Saints stadium and the Louisiana Superdome seating chart. The stadium received a corporate sponsorship in October 2011 to be known as the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. The owner of the Saints, Tom Benson already has Mercedes-Benz dealerships in Louisiana and Texas and ran the idea of sponsoring the stadium by the car company executives and they agreed to do it.

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  • Mercedes Benz Superdome Events (All Events)
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    You can view the New Orleans Saints schedule on our website. After you click on that link you can 'View Tickets' for any upcoming game. It's setup to show you actual picture views from each section in the stadium. Click on the Superdome seating chart. When you move your mouse-pointer over any section of that seating chart, you'll see an actual picture of that section. That way you can see what your view will be like from those seats before you go to the game.

    Finding Tickets

    The New Orleans Saints season tickets are usually sold out and have been every year since 2006 when they began putting people on a waiting list in the event tickets do become available. To be put on the waiting list call (504) 731-1700. Unlike the Green Bay Packers schedule and waiting list which allows you to Will your spot on the list to your heirs (it's that long!), the Saints waiting list cannot be transferred.

    The Superdome originally opened for the first time on August 3, 1975. Since then it has gone through many changes, the most well-known changes came after Hurricane Katrina and the natural disaster that occurred in New Orleans. The seating capacity has changed many times over the years as well.

    Louisiana Superdome
    Photo courtesy of Daniel Schwen
    Louisiana Superdome
    Photo courtesy of Daniel Schwen

    The Superdome is a domed-stadium that seats approximately 76,400 fans for football games and can seat over 55,600 for basketball games.

    The Mercedes-Benz Superdome will be the host of the 2013 Superbowl. It's held that honor six times in previous years.


    If you want to bring your kids to a game and they're five years of age or younger, they can attend the game with you without needing a ticket. But, they will have to sit on your lap.

    Wheelchair and companion seating is available at the Superdome. If you purchase tickets from our website and need wheelchair/companion seating, those tickets can be exchanged at the stadium on the day of the game. It's on a first come, first served basis. The Saints reserve the right to eject any person attempting to make this exchange who isn't a candidate for this type of seating access.

    Champions Square

    Opening before the start of the 2010 NFL season for Saints home games on the LaSalle side of the stadium. It's an area for fans to get pumped up and have fun before the game. Its become a great area for concerts and there's a large stage with video boards setup for entertain the crowd. They continue to make improvements to this area, including adding a stone staircase that has replaced a temporary one that was used during the 2010 seaon, restrooms and new theatre-style seating.

    Mercedes-Benz Superdome Seating Chart
    Superdome Seating Chart
    Superdome Seating Chart

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    See a list of all of the Mercedes-Benz Superdome events here. It includes not only the New Orleans Saints home game scheudle, but also Super Bowl XLVII in 2013, the Sugar Bowl and any college game being played here as well as any concert or special event.

    View the New Orleans Saints schedule and game day ticket information.

    Take a look at the Superdome Seating Chart and get information on tickets, disability seating, Champions Square and more.

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