Cardinal 2021 Tickets
The expectations for St. Louis Cardinals fans this season are once again high, as they expect the Cards to compete in the stacked NL Central with the Reds, Cubs, Brewers and Pirates. The division winner will earn a berth the NL Playoffs and keep their dreams alive of reaching the 2021 World Series. The Cards hope to earn their way into the postseason and then play through the early rounds (Wild Card, Divisional Series) to earn a spot in NLCS on their way back to the Fall Classic. Solid pitching and scoring more runs will be a key for St. Louis to achieve those postseason goals.
Demand for Cardinals tickets is consistently strong among all MLB clubs, and that should be the case again during the 2021 season. St. Louis fans show up to support their ball club and the Cardinals have rewarded their hometown fans with many special years over their 100+ seasons including multiple wins in the World Series. The St. Louis Cardinals were founded in 1882, just six years after Card Conrad & Co. introduced Budweiser beer in the same market.
St. Louis Cardinals 2021 Schedule
What are the hottest games on the Cardinals schedule? Ticket demand really picks up when the Cards are playing the Route 66 Rivalry (also called the I-55 Rivalry) against the Chicago Cubs. The Cards vs Cubs is one of those special rivalries in MLB that is big for fans in both Midwest cities. Cardinals tickets are also hot whenever the marquee MLB teams are playing in St.Louis including: the Braves, Red Sox, Dodgers, Yankees and Nationals. The Cardinals home schedule is good enough this year that it may bring over 3.5 million fans through Busch Field in 2021.
Cards Opening Day Tickets 2021
One of the biggest Cardinals home games of the season is always their opening day game. The opening game always creates a sense of anticipation because the Cards have won the World Series 13 times, most recently in 2011. Cardinals fans always expect their team to make a strong run to the MLB playoffs or at least contenc\d for the NL Central crown.
St. Louis Cardinals Spring Training Tickets
The St. Louis Cardinals play their Spring Training home games at Roger Dean Stadium in Jupiter, Florida. The stadium is officially known as Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium and has a capacity of 6,800 for the Cards Grapefruit League games. It has been the Spring Training home of the St. Louis Cardinals and Miami Marlins since 2002.