The Wells Fargo Center has been home to the NHL’s Philadelphia Flyers and NBA’s Philadelphia 76ers since 1996. The venue is one of eleven arenas that is home to both an NHL team and an NBA team and is also one of the largest arenas in professional sports. With that said, we wanted to take the time to breakdown the Wells Fargo seating chart in a way that would make fans more knowledgeable about the arena’s seating before purchasing tickets. After all, it’s been widely noted that the Wells Fargo Center has some of the smallest and most uncomfortable seats known to man.

The Wells Fargo Center seating chart is fairly easy to understand. There are three levels of seating; the lower level, club level and mezzanine level (upper level). There are also 82 luxury suites which is well above what the average sports arena offers. We’ll start with our breakdown of the courtside seats on the lower level.

Note: Facing the court/ice, seat one will always be the seat on the far left of the aisle. The number of seats per row will vary; most sections have 14-20 seats per row.

 

 

 

Club 76 at the Wells Fargo Center, Home of the Philadelphia 76ers 

Courtside Seats / Club 76

The Club 76 seats are the courtside seats adjacent to the team's benches and scorer's table. Amenities for the Club 76 courtside seats include VIP parking in the H lot, access to the Cadillac Grille and the Lexus Courtside Club, complimentary food and drinks and a waitstaff that will bring these items to you. Aside from Club 76, there are three "regular" courtside seating areas; Courtside North (behind the basket), Courtside South (behind the basket) and Courtside East (directly across the floor from the benches and scorer's table). Amenities for the regular courtside seats include access to the Cadillac Grille and Lexus Courtside Club. 

 

 

 

 

Lower Level Seats at the Wells Fargo Center during a Philadelphia Flyers Game

Lower Level

The lower level at the Wells Fargo Center consists of sections 101 through 124. Most sections of the lower level have 23 rows of seats and are numbered 1 through 23. The sections in the end zones of the lower level have 26 rows of seats.

The Philadelphia Flyers players use the bench in front of section 124. The visiting team use the bench in front of section 102. The penalty box is located in front of section 113. The net the Flyers shoot twice on is located in front of section 107. For Philadelphia 76ers home games, the 76ers bench is located in front of section 102. The visiting team’s bench is located in front of section 124. The tunnel the visiting team runs out of is adjacent to section 121. The tunnel the Philadelphia 76ers players run out of is adjacent to section 102.

For Philadelphia 76ers home games, there are two sections of foldout chairs added behind the baskets; sections 106, 108, 118 and 120. These sections are called "riser sections" and will consist of rows B through K. So for these sections during 76ers home games, keep in mind that row 1 is not the first row. The riser sections are not put out for Philadelphia Flyers home games because the ice is so much larger than the basketball court.

 

 

 

Club Box Seats at the Wells Fargo Center during a Philadelphia 76ers Game

Club Boxes

The club boxes are a premium seating area at the Wells Fargo Center that most fans will be able to afford for the average Flyers or 76ers game. The club boxes consist of sections CB2-CB4, CB10-CB12, CB14-CB16. There are also two super boxes; super box 1 and super box 13. The super boxes are identical to the club boxes; they just sit at center ice and mid court. The fancy name allows the Flyers and 76ers organizations to charge more for these seats. In fact, those sections were formerly called club boxes as well. Party suite 22 is also a premium seating area adjacent to the club boxes on the east side of the Wells Fargo Center. The party suite is ideal for larger groups of fans that want to rent out a suite for a Flyers or 76ers home game.

Club Box Seats at the Wells Fargo Center, Home of the Philadelphia Flyers 

The club boxes have seven rows of seats in each section. The rows are numbered one through seven. Amenities for the club boxes at the Wells Fargo Center include

  • VIP parking passes if you’re a season ticket holder.
  • Access to the Cadillac Grille.
  • Private section with a private entrance.
  • Little to no wait at the restrooms and concession stands.
  • More comfortable and spacious seating than other sections throughout the Wells Fargo Center.
  • Access to high top seating outside of your section.

 

 

 

Inside the Cadillac Grille at the Wells Fargo Center during a Philadelphia 76ers Home Game

Cadillac Grille

The Cadillac Grille isn’t a seating area at the Wells Fargo Center unless you score one of the tables overlooking the court/ice. We’ll go ahead and explain what it is anyway because we guarantee you’ll and see plenty of references to it at the Wells Fargo Center. The Cadillac Grille is a members only restaurant at the Wells Fargo Center and offers a chophouse style menu. The restaurant is definitely more upscale than what you’ll find in the average arena. Fans that have tickets for the courtside seats, club boxes and luxury suites will have access to the Cadillac Grille. To learn more about the Cadillac Grille, please visit WellsFargoCenterPhilly.com.

 

 

 

 

View inside the Luxury Suites at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia

Luxury Suites

There are 82 luxury suites at the Wells Fargo Center and they completely encircle the arena. Amenities for the luxury suites include 12 seats and 6 standing room tickets, 4 parking passes, free food and beverages, access to the Cadillac Grille, private restrooms and a dedicated staff of concierge and attendants.

To learn more about purchasing a luxury suite at the Wells Fargo Center, please visit NBA.com/Sixers

 

 

 

 

View of the ice from the Mezzanine Level at the Wells Fargo Center during a Philadelphia Flyers Game

Mezzanine Level

The mezzanine level at the Wells Fargo Center consists of sections 201 through 224. However, the mezzanine level is also numbered in an odd sequence, as well. There are also sections numbered 204A, 205A, 207A, 209A, 210A, 216A, 217A, 219A, 221A and 222A. The mezzanine sections have fifteen rows of seats per section and are numbered 1 through 15. The mezzanine level is where fans will be able to find the least expensive tickets for Flyers and 76ers home games. In fact, we’ve seen 76ers tickets on the mezzanine level go for less than $10 a piece for some games in seasons past.

To learn more about the Wells Fargo Center seating chart, make sure you visit either our Philadelphia Flyers seating reviews page or our Philadelphia 76ers seating reviews page.

  

 

JUMP TO