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Question about Kenan: what's up with the leg room? Went to the ECU game the last two times the Pirates played in CH. Overall had a good time, aside from the result and the seating. At 6' in height, I've never had to sit "sidesaddle" in bleachers due to the lack of leg room. Is this commonplace, or were our seats just in a bad row? The seats were from a UNC-CH booster around 45 yard line maybe 30 rows up across from press box side. Seriously, no room whatsoever.
We normally stand for the majority of the game anyway (much to the protestations of Tar Heel fans), but for the times when we did want to sit, it was pretty uncomfortable.
Just curious if anyone else has noticed this.
Not much leg room in general throughout the stadium. Bad design choice and layout IMO
seems that way. Shame, since it is otherwise a very nice setting for a game.
I'm fairly normal sized at 6' 185ish. But if I were much bigger it wouldn't be much fun to have to fit inside the designated seat on the benches.
And I think we both agree that watching a football game standing up is the way to go although all of either fan base certainly doesn't agree with us.
This post was edited by Jon Leggette 19 months ago
My season tickets are in the blue seats (not Blue Zone) just so I could be comfortable. At 6'2" 240, I am miserable in the bleachers, especially if people are up and down.
Heard recently they can't take the aluminum seatback out because it would be considered a significant change to the stadium that would trigger the ADA and require the whole Stadium to brought up to Code. So even remove the seatback for a little more leg room is not doable.
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