Yankee Stadium Seating Chart

Yankee Stadium is the 2nd largest ballpark in Major League Baseball. It also has one of the most extensive premium seating areas in the league so it can be tough for the average fan to navigate and find their way around. We hoped to take some of the difficulty out of that with our breakdown of all of the different Yankee Stadium suites and seating areas. We'll first start with the highly coveted Legends Suite seats. 

 

 

 Legends Suite Seats 

 View from the Legends Suite Seats at Yankee Stadium

The Legends Suite tickets are the most extensive and expensive experience in Major League Baseball. The area consists of sections 14A-27A at Yankee Stadium, many of which sit directly behind home plate. All New York Yankees fans will receive complimentary food and non-alcoholic beverages as well as complimentary parking at the stadium. All of the seats are cushioned and fans will receive in seat service from a network of waiters. The restrooms and concessions are private and upscale with private entrances into the area. Fans have access to three lounges; the Legends Suite club which has two levels, the Ketel One lounge (first base side) and the DKNY lounge (third base side). Each Legends Suite section has 9 rows with rows 2-9 having the best value. If your goal is to see a celebrity or two at a New York Yankees game, this is where they’ll most likely sit.

 

 

 

 

 Champions Suite Seats 

View from the Champions Suite Seats at Yankee Stadium

The Champions Suite seating area is the 2nd most expensive seating area at Yankee Stadium and comes with similar amenities as the Legends Suite seats. The main difference is that fans don’t have access to the Legends Suite Club but will have small tables next to a number of the seats. There are only six sections of Champions Suite seats; sections 11-13 and 27B-29 and they all sit next to the field along the first and third baselines. The views of the diamond from the Champions seats aren’t quiet as good as the Legends seats but fans will have access to either the Ketel One or DKNY Lounges as well.

 

 

 

 

 Delta Sky360 Suite Seats 

View from the Delta Sky360 Suite Seats at Yankee Stadium

The Delta Sky360 Suite sits right above homeplate on Yankee Stadium’s 2nd level. This area features an outdoor patio with a beautiful panoramic view of the field below and consists of nine sections; 218A – 222. Each section has 13 rows of seats. Like the other premium seating areas at Yankee Stadium, the Delta Sky360 Suite offers a private entrance via elevator, cushioned seats, a wait staff for the entire duration of the game, private restrooms and access to the Delta Sky360 suite area. There are complimentary snacks and non-alcoholic beverages as well as complimentary parking for Yankees fans with season ticket plans for the Delta Sky 360 Suite.

 

 

 

 

 Field MVP Club Seats

 View from Field MVP Seats at Yankee Stadium

The Field MVP Club is one of the newer premium seating areas at Yankee Stadium. They’re basically box suites that can hold six to eight fans; similar to what you would find at a horse racetrack. On it’s short list of amenities are complimentary parking, an in seat wait staff, complimentary food and non-alcoholic beverages and access to the Field MVP Club Lounge. The next best alternative to these seats is the Field level seats as they’re called which are sections 103-136 on Yankee Stadium’s main level.

 

 

 

 

 

 Jim Beam Suite Seats 

View from the Jim Beam Suite Seats at Yankee Stadium

The Jim Beam Suite seating area is comprised of sections 317-322 behind home plate on the third level of Yankee Stadium. It offers Yankee fans bits and pieces of the other premium seating areas already discussed. All of the seats are padded giving fans a comfortable seating experience. Fans have access to the Jim Beam Suite Lounge and Sony Terrace where they’ll receive free snacks and sodas. The lounge area has upscale concessions, private restrooms and flat screen TVs. The Jim Beam seats are the most affordable club tickets at Yankee Stadium. Most Yankees fans would probably prefer to sit on the stadium’s main level where the tickets cost just as much for a more intimate baseball experience.

 

 

 

 

 Bleachers 

 View from the Bleacher Seats at Yankee Stadium

The Yankee Stadium bleachers aren’t quiet as iconic as the Wrigley Field bleachers but they’re a close second in Major League Baseball. Unlike the old Yankee Stadium, the bleachers at the new Yankee Stadium are connected to the rest of the ballpark. If you’re looking for bleacher seats, they make up sections 201-204 and 235-239. Keep in mind that sections 201 and 239 have obstructed views of the field from a number of the seats. The bleacher seats don’t have backs to them so they can be pretty uncomfortable for a three hour baseball game. If you want close proximity to the field though without spending a ton of money, the bleachers are a great value for New York Yankees fans. If you have children, the bleachers probably aren't the most appropriate seating area for them due to some of the language, drinking and occasional violence. 

 

 

 

 

 Terrace Seats

View from the Terrace Seats at Yankee Stadium

Anytime you hear the word “Terrace” at Yankee Stadium, it’s referring to the third level of the stadium. The terrace area consists of sections 305-334. The terrace sections the closest to the Jim Beam Suite area are the most expensive terrace seats (314-316, 324-326). Those are the sections with the best views of the infield. The Jim Beam Suites seats are in sections 317-322.

 

 

 

 

 Grandstand Seats

 View from the Grandstand Seats at Yankee Stadium

The Grandstand seats are the upper level seats at Yankee Stadium. This is also the stadium’s fourth level. This area consists of section 405-434B. The sections on the Grandstand level with the best view of the field will be sections 419-422 behind homeplate. The bleachers, though not as comfortable, will be a cheaper ticket option and will put Yankees fans much much closer to the field for a more intimate experience.

 

 

If you were interested in learning more about a specific section at Yankee Stadium, be sure to refer back to the previous page where you'll find our seating reviews and in seat photos. 

 

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