I was hesitant to go with my grandsons to the Red Bulls soccer game as I had never driven to this stadium before and I was ready for a parking nightmare. The website had said just follow the parking guides for best parking and we did. It was so easy that I was embarrassed by my hesitation. We were led with no traffic to super parking directly across the street from the stadium for $10. Admittedly we were pretty early, but still you could see the setup was devised for accessability. I read some reviews that said that consession stands were slow, but we did not find that to be the case. I went to the consessions stands several times for water, popcorn, and peanuts and there were at most small lines. I did not go at halftime because I figured this would be a crowded time. Our seats were near the top in row 12 section 215, but visibility was great. My grandsons absolutely loved the game as did I. We went on "scout day" and they are both cub scouts and got to go down by the field at halftime. You could not help but notice that the workers there are very friendly and accomodating. They want you to have a good time and you do. After the game we walked across the street to parking and were out in minutes and back on route 280 on our way back to Saddle Brook. The Red Bulls are charismatic and played great and the venue is user friendly. What else could you want. We had a wonderful time. One tip would be to go early to avoid the rush. There are activities for kids across the street such as "goalie challenge" and free red hair hats!
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