Named for the man called "The Boss," George Steinbrenner Field has a prominent place in Yankees lore. Yankee legends such as Derek Jeter and Mariano Rivera have suited up in this stadium. Located in Tampa, FL, George Steinbrenner Field is where the Yankees play their Grapefruit League spring training games. The stadium is even built to look like the old Yankee Stadium with the famous outfield frieze. The major league club is in town in February and March before the regular season starts. George Steinbrenner Field is also where the Yankees' Class A-Advanced affiliate in the Florida State League, the Tampa Tarpons, plays during the minor league season. George Steinbrenner Field is also occasionally used as a soccer stadium and a concert venue. Pick up your George Steinbrenner Field tickets at StubHub today.
What is George Steinbrenner Field's seating capacity?
The Yankees are a popular draw in Florida as New Yorkers have either moved down to the Sunshine State or come there in the spring to see their beloved team. As a result, George Steinbrenner Field has the largest capacity in the entire Grapefruit League, seating over 11,000 fans.
Where are the best seats at George Steinbrenner Field?
The stadium was the first in the Grapefruit League to have luxury suites. Sections 108-114 are the lower level seats that are behind home plate. Sections 208-214 are in the second tier but are also behind home plate and can offer fans a great view for a lower price. The Walgreens Deck offers fans a seat with a countertop, and it has picnic tables, too.
Is there parking at George Steinbrenner Field?
There is limited parking at George Steinbrenner Field for Yankees spring training games. The 800 spots are allocated to suite and season ticket holders and holders of handicap passes. Fans with single-game tickets park in the spots at Raymond James Stadium, which is right next door to George Steinbrenner Field. It is a short walk from there to the stadium.
What concessions are there at George Steinbrenner Field?
Tampa is the home of Outback Steakhouse, and there is an outpost in the stadium where fans can buy the chain's Bloomin' Onion and other offerings. Fans can also purchase deli sandwiches and a meatball Parmesan sub at the field. The stadium has a 750-pound smoker, so the venue can offer fans barbecue options that include smoked meatloaf sandwiches and brisket mac and cheese. The shrimp po'boy sandwiches are also a hit with the fans.
What is there for kids at George Steinbrenner Field?
When the Tamps Tarpons are home, kids can receive a free hot dog, chips and drink on Monday nights. There is a special Field of Dreams ticket package for kids that gives them seating behind the dugout and the right to be on the field with the players during the national anthem. Monday nights are also when kids can run the bases after Yankees' spring training games.Back to Top