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I once went to an Ohio State football game with my father, sitting rather low in the stands around the 5-yard line.  While the teams were in our end of the field, we had great seats.  But when the teams were at the far end, it was hard to tell what was going on, and we wished we could move down there.

If your stadium has fewer than 100,000 seats, maybe some of them can be moved during the game.  Here's an example.

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The blue seats, high up between the 25-yard lines, don't move.  But the yellow seats, with about 900 rabid fans close to the action, are mounted on rails so that they can travel up and down the sideline with the chain gang.  They're like the "cart camera" that moves along the sideline for football telecasts.  If this section is centered on the line of scrimmage, its spectators are no more than 20 yards off that line.