Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field
1060 West Addison St.
Chicago, IL 60613
Wrigley Field, home of the Chicago Cubs, was built in 1914 and has officially reached it's 100th
season. The ballpark holds 41,160 fans.
KEEP IN MIND:
- Sale of alcohol will be terminated at the end of the 7th inning.
- Service animals for guests with disabilities are permitted, all other animals are prohibited.
- Gates open 2 hours before game time.
SECTION LOCATION IN STADIUM
Club Box Infield (9-34) Behind Home Plate and Home/Visitor Dugouts
Club Box Outfield (5-8, 34-37) Front Lower Level RF/LF
Field Box Infield (110-133) Behind Club Box Infield
Field Box Outfield (13-142, 101-109) RF/LF
Terrace Box Infield Second Level Overlooking Home, 1st/3rd Bases
Terrace Box Outfield Second Level RF/LF
Upper Deck Box Infield (411-430) Upper Level Overlooking Home, 1st/3rd Bases
Upper Deck Box Outfield (403-409, 431-436) Upper Level RF/LF
Terrace Reserved Infield (211-233) Second Level Overlooking Home, 1st/3rd Bases
Terrace Reserved Outfield (201-209, 233-243) Second Level RF/LF to Foul Pole
Upper Reserved Infield (509-518, 523-532) Upper Level Overlooking Home, 1st/3rd Bases
Upper Reserved Outfield (503-509, 533538) Upper Level RF/LF
MasterCard Century Seats (403, 404) Upper Left Field Corner
Dugout Box A-D Directly Behind Home Plate
Bullpen Box A-C Directly Beside Home/Visitor Dugouts
Budweiser Bleachers (301-318) Far Outfield (RF/LF)
- Children 2 years old and younger are admitted freely, and must sit on an adult's lap.
- Many Disabled Guest Services are offered, including Wheelchair Assistance, Seating,
Parking, Elevators, and First Aid. For more information, call (773)-404-2827.
- Smoking is prohibited.
- The Chicago Cubs offer 6 parking lots (Red Lot, Irving Park Lot, Blue Lot, Purple Lot, Brown
Lot, Green Lot). On the weekends, the Cubs offer a DeVry Remote Shuttle and Parking
service. For more information and to reserve a parking spot, call (800)-843-2837.
- Personalized Scoreboard Messages are displayed in the middle of the 5th inning. To reserve
a message, visit cubs.com/scoreboardmessages.
- Fans will not be allowed back into the ballpark once they leave.
- For more information, visit chicago.cubs.mlb.com.
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