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Bradley Center Milwaukee Seating Chart and Layout
By J. Brigham
The Bradley Center in downtown Milwaukee offers a variety of seating options for die hard Bucks and Marquette fans. The stadium was built in 1988 to replace the previous home of the Bucks. It is capable of holding 20,000 fans on two seating levels, including court side.
The Bradley Center, while a premier venue when built in the nearly 23 years ago, has since become one of the oldest home courts still in use by an NBA team. The Bucks didn't have to move far, as the MECCA (now the U.S. Cellular Arena,) was located just across the street. A quick review of the seating at the “BC” shows that all sections are not created equal.
Bradley Center Seating Layout
The upper level Bradley Center seating is comprised of sections 400-443. Each section holds about 400 fans and is made up of 26 individual rows. At the north and south ends of the arena the upper level sections 431-435 and 409-413 respectfully. These are seats set behind the hoop. These seats provide great and affordable eye level views of the new multimillion dollar score board. If you want to get a little closer to the action and still have that same unique vertical view of the court, then sections 206-208 and 220-222 are for you. Even closer to the hoop are the 101-102 and 105-106 sections. Your perspective is not the best when all the action is on the other side of the court, but when the players are coming your way, it’s as if you are in the game.
The Bradley Center sideline or “east-west” facing seats make up the majority of the seating options. In the upper level, 414-430 sections are opposite to the east facing 408-436. If shouting out to the players is one of your favorite things to do, then lower level seating should be your first choice. The first ten rows of the 200 level will provide views close enough to make out facial expressions of the players. In front of 205 through 223 are the team benches, media folks, and scoreboard operators. The opposite sections, numbered 209-219 have the best unobstructed view of the court in its entirety.