Globe Life Field Seating Chart

Check out our Globe Life Field Seating Chart below to help you navigate the Texas Rangers’ new stadium. If you’re looking for seating recommendations, use this Texas Rangers seating chart with our ticket guide with seat views to select the best seats.

Be sure to check out all of our Rangers content, which we update often as we explore the stadium and surrounding areas this season. If you’re planning a trip to Arlington, we have some helpful Arlington Texas hotel recommendations, too!

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Globe Life Field Seating Chart - Texas Rangers seating
Seat #1 is the left-most seat in the section as you face the field

Globe Life Field Seating Chart – Seat and Row Numbering

Sections generally begin with Row 1 closest to the field. Seat numbers ascend from left to right as you face the field. Seat 1 will be the left-most seat in the section, and the right-most seat will have the highest seat number. This means:

  • Down the third base line, high seat numbers are closer to home plate.
  • Down the first base line, seat #1 is closest to home plate.
  • In right field (fair territory), seat #1 is closest to the right field foul pole, and the higher seat numbers will be closer to center field.
  • In left field fair territory, seat #1 is closer to center field, and the high seat number is closer to the left field foul pole.

Texas Rangers Dugout and Bullpen

The Rangers will occupy the first base dugout, close to sections 18-21. Their bullpen is in right-center field (just as at the old Rangers stadium) in front of sections 132 and 133.

Best Seats at Texas Rangers new ballpark - section 19
Section 19 is right behind the Rangers Dugout…and offers one of the best views at Globe Life Field

Visitors Dugout and Bullpen

Visitors will occupy the 3rd base dugout, adjacent sections 6-8. Their bullpen tucked in left-center field, by sections 27 and 28.

Globe Life Field Left Field seats during batting practice
Visitors bullpen in Left Field

Globe Life Field – Ballpark Levels

Globe Life Field has four levels, with a number of naming conventions;

  • Field Level is the lowest level, and section numbers are 1 or 2-digits. Section names include “Corner Box”, “Home Plate Club”, “First Base Club” and “Left Field Reserved”
  • “Mezzanine” refers to 100 level sections, which is generally the 2nd level
  • “Pavilion” refers to 200 level sections (3rd level)
  • “Upper Box” and “Upper Reserved” is the top level, sections 301-326.

Globe Life Field Unique Features

During the 2020 season, we’ll visit the Rangers new stadium several times, and capture pictures of all the unique seating, and other features. The Sky Box sections in left field foul territory (SB1-SB4) are high on our list.

Of course, we’d like to catch a game from a field level suite behind home plate, too, but I’m guessing that’ll be out of our price range.

Neighborhood around Globe Life Field

Globe Life Field is located near the old ballpark (still standing), the Dallas Cowboys stadium (AT&T Stadium), and a great new entertainment complex, Texas Live! It’s also located close to the Six Flags over Texas amusement park, and their sister property Hurricane Harbor, as well as a number of hotels.

Read More: Hotels near Globe Life Field


Steve Novak is a corporate quant jock by day, and freelance writer and founder of Sports Infotainment, LLC in his spare time. His opinions are just that - however, probably based in a lot of analytics. He can be reached at

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