Milwaukee Brewers Superfan Front Row Amy is Someone that Exists


Remember Front Row Amy, the Milwaukee Brewers superfan who was a huge internet sensation back in 2010, or 2011 or whenever it was? Well, the internet still seems to care a lot about her for some reason, and that doesn’t seem to be going away any time soon. She doesn’t really do anything news worthy at all.

And it’s not like she ever really did.

But hey Google loves her, so more power to her I guess. Front Row Amy Willliams is someone who has been able to somehow remain relevant, at least from a SEO and page views standpoint, every baseball season, for over half a decade, so hey if that’s what your into, go nuts. Keep searching online for more photos of Front Row Amy.


Personally, I don’t get it. I just don’t see the relevance of her, but hey, different strokes for different folks. The search engines still seem to deem her important and who I am to dare question the Google Gods. For whatever reason, she gets more page views than anything else baseball related.

The world would be a very boring place if we all liked the same things and disliked all the same things.

Go follow her on Twitter. 

Go purchase tickets on her website. Have fun. 



Paul M. Banks runs The Sports, partnered with FOX Sports Engage Network. and News Now. Banks, a former writer for the Washington Times, currently contributes regularly to the Chicago Tribune’s RedEye publication and Bold Global.

He also consistently appears on numerous radio and television talk shows all across the country. Follow him on Twitter and Instagram and Sound Cloud.



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  1. I dont think its only a man thing. I noticed amy a long time ago keeping score at the game and thought it was cool how much she loves the brewers. I love them too and it is great to see amy enjoy the game.Good to finally find out who she is.

  2. okay, i love the brewers too. but i can’t afford to sit front row at every home game. i also don’t leave my children at home and never bring them with. also, who claps after Every pitch? sure, maybe at the first strike or an important strike, but every one??? come on. you can’t honestly tell me she doesn’t just want publicity. also, she hardly keeps score. most of the time she’s got the card on the ground.

  3. enos thepenis says

    Id love to munch that sweet nest of hers. Wonderful tits to boot.

  4. I think it’s great! I am sure her kids are well taken care of, after all, every mom needs time to get away. She’s lovely and articulate and educated. Lighten up, ladies. She loves her Brewers and hasn’t asked for your opinion of her life. Jeez, jealous much?

  5. Why is it that whenever a woman makes a negative comment about another women that it supposedly indicates jealousy? Seriously??

  6. I’m hoping her 15 minutes of fame are almost over.

  7. Shelby Melbourne says

    She’s nothing but a sad, pathetic, desperate drama diva always looking for attention.

  8. If Amy is such a big fan, why isn’t she dressed head to toe in Brewers gear? Because her only asset wouldn’t be sticking out for the world to see. My 2-year old noticed her on the TV one night, pointed, and said, “boobies!” She tweeted about the first day of school today – yet she probably wasn’t even there when her kids got home. Sad, sad, sad.

  9. Disrespect fans much?

  10. look at all the haters…..just because a beautiful woman who happens to be a baseball fan and a brewers fan has some attention…people have something negative to say… i say good for you amy. i love to see you on tv while i watch the brewers..i love to see someone else get attention than way over paid baseball players…. go amy go

  11. Shelby Melbourne says

    Instead of spending money on plastic surgery for herself all the time, why doesn’t she get some braces on her kid’s teeth instead? They look like broken piano keys! Of course, when you are so self-absorbed in yourself one hundred percent, you don’t really care about anyone else! Sad!

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