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So I'm looking at attending the Bears-Iggs game in November. It's been a few years since I've been to a game, but last time I went I brought my girlfriend along for her first game and we sat in the northeast terrace 1 section. She really liked the fact that there was a restroom right there in our section (so did I). I've been trying to find a map of amenities/restrooms at the Linc so that way we can try to hunt down some tix that's not too far from a restroom in case we can't land any in NE terrace again. Haven't had any luck finding a map. Anyone have any pointers?

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NE Terrace is the only place you'll find that convenient of a bathroom situation, outside of being in an individual suite. Even with Club Seats you have to go back into the club level lounge and walk to the restrooms. Otherwise, a men's or women's restroom is pretty much behind every other section. 

I'll look to add more specific restroom info when I update this game guide for 2019. 

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There are restrooms outside sections 240/241, 244 (women), 202/203, 206/207, 209, 213/214, 220(women), 223/224, 227, 231, 233, 236

Lower deck, it's 136, 104, 111, 117, 119, 123, 126/127.

Club level, it's C38, C4, C10, C12, C15, C18, C27.

This is based on the original construction of the stadium.

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19 hours ago, FranklinFldEBUpper said:

There are restrooms outside sections 240/241, 244 (women), 202/203, 206/207, 209, 213/214, 220(women), 223/224, 227, 231, 233, 236

Lower deck, it's 136, 104, 111, 117, 119, 123, 126/127.

Club level, it's C38, C4, C10, C12, C15, C18, C27.

This is based on the original construction of the stadium.

Didn't they swap Mens/Womens restrooms at a certain point? I think they took some women rooms  and made them mens.

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1 hour ago, aziz15 said:

Didn't they swap Mens/Womens restrooms at a certain point? I think they took some women rooms  and made them mens.

My understanding is that there are restrooms which are designed for women but are used for men on game days. They have to have it that way because the crowd is primarily male. But for concerts or other events where it's likely to be a 50-50 split, they revert back to women's rooms.

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