Cleveland Browns Suites

FirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland, OH
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  • We guarantee you will receive your suite tickets in time for your event. In the extremely rare case that you do not, we will offer you an alternative option if available or we will refund you at least 100% of your total purchase price.
  • If the event is canceled or if fans are no longer permitted, you may choose to receive a full refund or a credit towards a future SEG purchase.
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  • Some listings are further protected by a Flexible Refund Policy which allows you to receive a full refund for any reason as long as you contact us at least 21 days prior to the event date.

Please reach out to us if you have any further questions at [email protected] or 800-592-7043.

Cleveland Browns Suite Prices and Details

How much do Cleveland Browns suites cost?

Cleveland Browns suite rentals at FirstEnergy Stadium typically cost between $8,000-$16,000 per game prior to catering expenses. Single-game pricing depends on team performance, opponent, day of the week, and suite size. Primetime games on a Monday, Thursday, or Sunday night are high-demand. As are... MORE

How many guests can fit in a Browns suite?

Suites for Cleveland Browns games come in various sizes and configurations. Most suites have a capacity in the range of 16-23. Every suite will come with a base quantity of tickets with the option to purchase additional suite tickets, space permitting, and if needed.

Suite Levels at FirstEnergy Stadium

200 Level Suite

16 Tickets
3 Parking
Catering Available

400 Level Suite

17 Tickets
3 Parking
Catering Available

FirstEnergy Stadium Event Planning Guide

Catering

Indulge in the finest food and beverages that Cleveland has to offer when you purchase your own private luxury suite. The Catering menu will highlight the Cleveland area's local flare and will feature the finest food and beverage offerings in FirstEnergy Stadium.

Parking and Transportation

Most Cleveland Browns suites will include a couple of VIP Parking passes located in the lot closest to the stadium. For guests without a parking pass, SEG recommends reserving a parking spot online prior to the game or to utilize public transportation by taking the RTA to the stadium.

Safety and Well-being

All guests attending an event at FirstEnergy Stadium will have a designated gate and entrance time to enter the stadium. Face coverings will be required to be worn by all guests and all concessions will be cash-only inside the stadium to help minimize contact between staff and guests.

Budget

Cleveland Browns suites will range in cost between $8,000 and $16,000. Suite pricing will vary depending on the day of the game, the current teams performance, and the match-up. Prime-time games on Monday, Thursday, and Sunday as well as games against popular opponents will be more expensive.

Club Access

All suite ticket holders will have access to the Club Level at FirstEnergy Stadium. The Club Level is the most exclusive space in FirstEnergy Stadium and will feature the finest amenities. The club level will also feature high-end food and beverage offerings, multiple HDTVs, and multiple bars.

Dress Code

There is no dress code in the suites at FirstEnergy Stadium. Suite Experience Group recommends that guests where business casual attire when attending a Browns game in a suite however it is not unlikely to see guests donning the jersey of their favorite Browns player as well.

Business Amenities

All suites at FirstEnergy Stadium will feature multiple flat screen high-definition televisions for business meeting presentations. Should you require additional amenities, the suite staff at FirstEnergy Stadium would be happy to assist.

Venue Bag Policy

FirstEnergy Stadium adheres to the NFL's standard Clear Bag Policy. Backpacks, briefcases, and coolers are not permitted. The only permissible bags are clear plastic, vinyl, or PVC smaller than 12"x 6"x 12". Small purses or clutch bags are permitted provided they are smaller than 4.5"x 6.5."

Entrances

Suite ticket holders can use any entrance to enter the stadium however Suite Experience Group recommends that guests enter through the North Grand Staircase or the Southwest 7UP City Club entrances to access your suite. There will be escalators and elevators that guests can use to take up to the... MORE

Child Ticket Policy

Children under the age of 2 will not need a ticket to attend a Cleveland Browns game in FirstEnergy Stadium as long as they sit on the lap of an accompanying adult.

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Browns Spotlight

Current NFL Season

The coaching carousal continues to spin in Cleveland. In 2020, the Browns now have their fourth head coach in three season, Kevin Stefanski. Stefanski brings a strong offensive mind, so the best of Baker Mayfield could be seen in 2020. The Browns offense has playmakers up and down the roster including Odell Beckham, Jarvis Landry, Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt. The Browns also upgraded at tight end by signing Austin Hooper in the offseason. By selecting an offensive tackle in the first round of the draft, the Browns are setting up Mayfield to shine.

Myles Garett agreed to a 5-year extension with the Browns. Garrett’s new deal is the most ever paid to a defensive player in the NFL. Retooling the defense is a priority for the new coaching regime and it started in the 2020 NFL Draft, when he Browns selected Grant Delpit in the second round. Delpit joins a secondary that is already... MORE

Past Spotlights

In just one year, the Cleveland Browns have gone from 0-16 to possibly the most exciting time since the franchise returned to the NFL in 1999.

Baker Mayfield was taken with the top pick in the 2018 NFL Draft with mixed reviews, but the Heisman Trophy winner out of Oklahoma quickly silenced the critics by infusing his confidence and swagger into a franchise that desperately needed it. Mayfield became the starting quarterback in Week 4 and turned in a 6-7 record with 27 touchdowns against only 14 interceptions.

After Hue Jackson was fired midway through the 2018 season, the Browns turned to offensive coordinator Freddy Kitchens to lead the team in 2019 and beyond. The rapport Kitchens and Mayfield developed as the 2018 season went on led to Kitchens being the underdog favorite to land the job, and many were surprised when he got it.

Looking back, the Browns really scored in the early rounds of the 2018 draft, as not only did they select Mayfield, but they also picked Georgia running back Nick Chubb with the sixth pick of the second round. Chubb went on to rush for 996 yards and eight touchdowns, despite only starting nine games.

Jarvis Landry was signed last year to provide a veteran presence in the wide receiving corps, and now he makes a spectacular one-two punch with the big acquisition of the 2019 offseason – Odell Beckham, Jr.

The ultra-talented wide receiver was traded by the Giants, as many believe he wore out his welcome in New York. Regardless, the Browns now have one of the most exciting quarterback-wide receiving tandems in the game.

You can capitalize on this excitement and see the Browns in style by catching a game in a luxury suite at FirstEnergy Stadium. Enjoy not only pristine views of the game, but views of the city or lake on the other side of the suite. You can also take advantage of keeping up with games around the league with TVs equipped with NFL Sunday Ticket, and enjoy culinary delights from some of Cleveland’s finest chefs.

The stadium itself has undergone several renovations in recent years to include upgraded LED boards, increased seating capacity in the lower bowl to improve sight lines, and new escalators in each end zone to improve the flow of foot traffic as fans move throughout the stadium.

The biggest games of the 2019 season for the Browns will be against their rivals in the AFC North: two battles each – both home and away – with Pittsburgh, Baltimore, and Cincinnati. The rest of the home schedule includes matchups with Tennessee, the Los Angeles Rams (Sunday night game), Seattle, Buffalo, and Miami. Road games outside of the division will be contested at the New York Jets (Monday night game), San Francisco (Monday night game), New England, Denver, and Arizona.

There is more energy and optimism surrounding the 2018 Cleveland Browns than there was in the past two decades combined. A wild off-season with bold trades and two top four draft selections has proven that new general manager John Dorsey isn’t messing around. Enter Baker Mayfield, Denzel Ward, Tyrod Taylor, and Jarvis Landry, and now there is legitimate talent and firepower on the Cleveland roster. After going 1-31 the past two seasons, these types of aggressive moves are necessary to turn a depleted franchise back on the right track. 

John Dorsey flipped a third rounder for Tyrod Taylor, who head coach Hue Jackson has said will be the starting quarterback in Week 1. Taylor has had a controversial career, but he is a legitimate starting quarterback who helped the Buffalo Bills make a surprising run to the playoffs last year. In perhaps Dorsey’s biggest trade, the Browns acquired wide receiver Jarvis Landry from the Miami Dolphins in exchange for a fourth rounder and a seventh rounder in 2019. Despite playing just 4 years in the NFL, Landry already has 400 receptions and over 4,000 receiving yards. The additions of Tyrod Taylor and Jarvis Landry, along with a healthy and consistent Josh Gordon, will provide the Browns offense with the playmaking ability they have so desperately needed.

Last year’s #1 overall pick Myles Garrett will look to build off a strong rookie season in 2017. Garrett has future Pro Bowler written all over him. He will be joined by the #1 and #4 overall picks in the 2018 NFL Draft, Baker Mayfield and Denzel Ward. Despite the surprise around the league after the Browns took Baker Mayfield first overall, Cleveland has all the confidence in the world he will be their quarterback of the future. Mayfield is a proven winner, accurate thrower, and an exceptional leader. The former Heisman Trophy winner worked his way up from a small school walk on to the face of college football and now the first overall pick of the NFL Draft. The question for now is: will he start in 2018? On the defensive side of the football, rookie cornerback Denzel Ward will join forces with second year player Jabrill Peppers in the secondary. The youth movement is taking over in Cleveland! 

Despite the exciting off-season additions, the Browns will be without long time offensive tackle Joe Thomas for the first time in 12 years. Through all the years of disappointment, Joe Thomas was that one sign of consistency in the locker room. He retires as a 6x All-Pro selection, a 10x Pro Bowler, and a future first ballot Hall of Famer.

FirstEnergy Stadium expects to host an animated, revitalized fan base in 2018. The Cleveland Browns 2018 home opponents are the Pittsburgh Steelers, Baltimore Ravens, Cincinnati Bengals, Atlanta Falcons, Carolina Panthers, New York Jets, Kansas City Chiefs, and Los Angeles Chargers.

You can see the new look Browns from the comfort of a private luxury suite at FirstEnergy Stadium. A Cleveland Browns luxury suite at FirstEnergy Stadium includes 20 tickets and 4 VIP parking passes. Guests will receive private entry into FirstEnergy Stadium and exclusive access to VIP lounges inside. A Browns suite is a climate-controlled environment with upscale furnishing. Amenities in a Cleveland Browns suite include HDTVs, premium in-suite catering, interior lounge seating, exterior balcony seating and a dedicated suite attendant.

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