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1909 Avenue des Canadiens-de-Montréal, Montréal, QC H4B 5G0, Canada
You need to know that Montreal has a sandwich named after it called the Montreal Smoked Meat Sandwich. Now onto the venue. One thing I noticed about this stadium is the grandstands are sloped steeply and visibility from all seats is great. Centre Bell is arranged in three-tiers: The lower 100 section, commonly referred to as the reds since these seats are painted red, the 200 section, known as the Club Desjardins, and the upper section. The Club Desjardins section is premium section between two levels of private and corporate boxes. Larger seats and free food and non-alcoholic drinks are provided.
The 300-400 section is divided into three zones by seat colour: white section rows AA-FF, the grey rows A-D and the blue section, labelled 400, and is made up of rows A-D. There’s also a Coors Light Zone with cheerleaders and bands playing. On the other end is the Family Zone with child ticket prices and less or no alcohol.
At least these guys have considered everyone, seats in Sections 318, 319, and 320 have their own scoreboards as the normal one is blocked.
Fan Author: Nish Moses / Photo credit
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