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Air Canada Centre seating?

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Simon Drum
Simon Drum

If you’re going to a Leafs game, keep in mind that your seating options are going to be limited as the demand for the hottest ticket in town is EXTREMELY high (regardless of how well they’re doing).


Like most rectangular sports, the best seats in the house at the ACC are watching from ‘centre ice/court’ in sections 107-109 at the 100 level or 320-322/308-310 at the 300.

You may be wondering if 118-120 are good seats also; they are, however keep in mind that the players bench is on that side of the building so at times you may have restricted views. If you’re a spectator of sport who prefers to be close to the action to see the players up close, then behind the benches is a great spot, and you may even hear a spray from the coaches as well!

A great place to view hockey from is behind the net at the 100 level (112-115/101-104). Although it can be difficult to see what is happening at other end of ice, it is the best way to see offensive plays take shape and follow the path of the puck to the net.


Sections 317, 318, 324 & 306 can have restricted views due to the protruding boxes at each end. If you are sitting at the end of the row up against the big concrete block, you will only see one half of the end closest to you.

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kevin fabel
kevin fabel

Tickets are pretty spendy so if you are looking for affordable tickets with a good view, you’ll want to aim for one of the corners in the upper deck.  There are two levels of seating.  Stay away from the obstructed standing room behind the top row in the upper deck.  That being said, it’s difficult to find a seat for under $100 – no matter where you choose to sit.

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