Citi Field

Home of the New York Mets, this impressive sports venue replaced Shea Stadium is 2009. An open-air ballpark with a capacity of 41,800, Citi Field boasts many amenities and state-of-the-art design elements.

Fan-Friendly Design

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Citi Field is very fan-and family-friendly, featuring several party decks, an outfield picnic area and dozens of tasty dining options. A restaurant in left field offers field-view seating. The ballpark is equipped with a state-of-the-art sound system and video boards. While there are 15,000 fewer seats than Shea Stadium, the Citi Field seats are roomier with more leg room.

Inspired Architecture

Citi Field’s red brick and granite exterior facade was inspired by Brooklyn’s Ebbets Field (home of the Brooklyn Dodgers from 1913-57). The entry rotunda of Citi Field, named the Jackie Robinson Rotunda, honours the legendary player who in 1947 broke baseball's color barrier when he joined the Brooklyn Dodgers, becoming the first black Major League Baseball player.

Mets Hall of Fame and Museum

Fans can browse through lots of neat baseball memorabilia and interactive exhibits at this museum, which is located next to the Jackie Robinson Rotunda. Highlights include the ball that Bill Buckner missed championship.

Visiting Citi Field

Location: 126th Street, New York City, NY, code

Click here to visit Citi Field official website

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