The Georgia Dome's football seating chart has a stadium-style layout with seats around the field. It has lower level seating, club seating above the lower level parallel with the field, mezzanine seating above the lower level at the ends of the field, and upper level seats at the top..
The Georgia Dome is located in Atlanta, Georgia. The Dome is home to several sports teams and events, but only two football teams: the NFL's Atlanta Falcons and the Georgia State University NCAA team. The collegiate BCS Chick-fil-A Bowl, previously known as the Peach Bowl, is held at the Georgia Dome annually. The Southeastern Conference, or SEC, football championship game also takes place at the Georgia Dome every year.
With its football seating chart, the Georgia Dome has a 74,228-person maximum seating capacity. Because the Georgia State football team typically draws a smaller crowd, the Georgia Dome staff reconfigures the football seating chart layout for a maximum seating capacity of 28,155 seats. The Georgia Dome had its largest overall attendance on record with a total of 80,892 attending the 2008 SEC championship game.
The Georgia Dome football field was originally made from AstroTurf. In 2003, the Atlanta Falcons paid for the field to be turned into professional grade artificial FieldTurf.