Wrigley Field Tickets
Ranked among the most famous sports venues in the United States is Wrigley Field in Chicago, Illinois. Wrigley is the home venue for the Chicago Cubs baseball game. The venue also hosts some marquee concerts and an occasional college football or hockey game. Wrigley Field first opened over a century ago in 1914, and has been primarily a daytime baseball stadium for most of its illustrious history.
Wrigley Field is often referred to as "the friendly confines" and fans attending a game there will feel like they are stepping back in-time as the design of the ballpark harkens back to venues of the past. Fans sitting in the outfield bleachers drinking an Old Style beer may feel like they have gone back decades to when major league baseball was the most popular sport in the country. Wrigley and Fenway Park (in Boston) are two of the only baseball stadiums left who have those decades old roots.
The capacity at Wrigley is just over 41,500 for a big baseball game, although attendance can be larger for a concert where chairs are placed on the field. Wrigley has field level seating and a upper-deck. The field level includes the Club Box seats in Sections 1-32 and the Field Box seats that are just behind those including Sections 101-134. The Terrace level and Upper Reserved including the the 200, 300 and 400-level section numbers. A popular area to sit for a Cubs home game is in the outfield bleacher seats, which sit behind Left, Center and Right Field. Many fans attending a Cubs home game will tell you those Bleacher seats are among the most fun place to sit in baseball. For more events in the Windy City, check out our Chicago events guide.