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Harder to get? Yes. They’re first come, first serve for seating so you need to arrive early for better seats (but really, there’s no bad seat); You can get seats, but you have to be a member of the Cauldron to do so more easily ($20 I believe) and they can issue you tickets.
As they sellout so regularly any match can be hard to get tickets for, so buy early. The better rivalries are against Houston Dynamo, Real Salt Lake (because we played and beat them in the MLS cup last year), Chicago Fire, and the New England “Revs” Revolution; but you’ll also see good matches against the other really good clubs, such as LA Galaxy, Seattle Sounders, and New York Red Bulls.
My favorite section is 132/131 (the P and O sections in SPORTING from the original image) at about rows 14-18. IMO, best seats for total view of the pitch (field). The TV to the right of the image, the left of those seats, is the largest in the stadium so I like sitting closer those bleachers seats you’re noting, to be closer to the most enthused fans and the goal on that side and then I can look left (to the right in the original image) to watch the run of play away from the seats and then easily see the bigger TV with ease of transition.
Anyway. I can babble on for awhile about this stuff haha. If you make it down, those sections are the best assigned seats with the best view IMO; if you want to be *in* the best atmosphere, connect with the Cauldron and get those tickets (they’re also some of the cheapest tickets available).