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Scott Frost will make his official return to Memorial Stadium as Head Coach of the Nebraska Cornhuskers on April 21 for the 2018 Red-White game. It has been an exciting last few months for Husker Nation as Coach Frost put together a top 25 recruiting class. Two players from that class who will be making their much anticipated debuts for Nebraska include top junior college running back Greg Bell (Arizona Western College) and freshman quarterback Adrian Martinez (Clovis West HS, Fresno, CA). Kickoff is set for 11am.


The spring game sold out in less than 24 hours after tickets went on sale last month but Red Zone Tickets is never sold out and we have a great selection of tickets still available. You will not want to miss Coach Frost’s return to Lincoln as it promises to be a day to remember in the pages of Husker football history. A new look style offense and defense will be unveiled as the team prepares for its comeback season. Who else is getting chills just thinking about the tunnel-walk? You can get your tickets for the spring game by clicking here: 2018 Red-White Spring Game.


If this will be your first time being part of the “Sea of Red” inside Memorial Stadium this seating guide below will help you in choosing your seats. Please give Red Zone Tickets a call at 402-991-8774 if you have any questions or would to purchase over the phone.


The stadium is split up into four different sections: North End Zone, East Stadium, South End Zone, and West Stadium. We will divide this guide into sections outlining Stadium and End Zone seating. Followed by explanations on limited view seating and the visitor/student sections.


In East (Sections 1-11) and West (21-31) Stadium the first four rows are numbered A-D, then they are numerical and go 1-47. To make things easy, Row D and Row 1 in these sections are separated by a walkway. Additionally, walkways are present in front of Row 23 and as dividers of odd and even numbered sections in both the East and West Stadium. Premium seating is available in both East and West Stadium through the Club sections. The West Stadium Club seats are found in Sections 221-231 and Sections 322-330. These seats give you access to indoor areas with  food/beverage vendors, private restrooms, and plasma televisions. Alternatively the East Stadium Club seats consist of Sections 401-413 with the same amenities found in the West Stadium Club. East Stadium has two additional sections. A balcony level made up of Sections 101-111 and Upper Level seating spanning across Section’s 601-613. The upper level has around 15 rows to a section, while the balcony section is slightly larger with roughly 17 rows to a section. The rows in North and South End Zone are numerically numbered and have roughly 99 rows each. Walkways are again present as dividers between odd and even numbered sections. A jumbotron exists in the North End Zone and a smaller video board exists in the corner between East and South Stadium.


Because this is an older stadium there are some areas with limited view seating. The most notable limited view areas are found in Rows 40-47 of East (Sect. 1-11) and West (Sect. 21-31) Stadium – these areas may have somewhat of an obstructed view due to pillars holding up the stadium so keep that in mind if purchasing tickets in these areas. Next, sitting in East or West Stadium Rows A-D will put you practically right on the field and because you are so close to the bench it will give a limited view for some portions of the field (although there are no objects – other than coaches and players – blocking your view). In light of the walkways, East/West Section’s 1-3 may present a challenge with other fans passing by your seat throughout the game. The same is also true for odd numbered sections in the stadiums – specifically Section 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, or 11 in East and Section 21, 23, 25, 27, 29, or 31 in West.