When Ford Field opened its doors in 2002, it marked the return of the Lions to downtown Detroit for the first time since 1974.
Built at a cost of $500 million, Ford Field includes a giant, glass wall that reveals the Motor City's skyline and the old Hudson's warehouse, which originally was built in 1920 by Hudson's department store as a seven-level repository for fine linens, furniture and light fixtures.
The impressive facility, on which ground was broken in 1999 and has nearly two-million square feet of space, has already hosted Super Bowl XL in 2006, the 2009 men's basketball Final Four and the 2010 Frozen Four.
-- Information from the Detroit Lions website was used in this overview
Sections 337 to 340 are Family-No Alcohol Sections. No alcohol is permitted in these sections.
North Side Suites must be specified as such in order to map properly.
There are numerous privately owned lots surrounding Ford Field that operate public parking on a first come, first serve basis. Click here for a listing of preferred lot owners and contact numbers compiled by the Lions.