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Baseball season is upon us, and with the increasing temperatures and demand for baseball comes an appetite for Yankee Stadium food that indulges New York Yankees fans who are willing to stick it out for up to four hours at their favorite team’s stadium. Read below in order to find the best food at Yankee […]Read More →
The New York Yankees eliminated PDF (print at home) E-tickets back in 2016, and a season later fans and sellers alike are still having issues transferring Yankees mobile tickets, and claiming Yankees mobile tickets. As a marketplace positioned smack in the middle of the buyer and seller, we see fans struggle with the process on […]Read More →
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The supporters section at Yankee Stadium is located in both sections 236 and 237, which houses The Third Rail, NYCFCs most rowdy and diehard fans. Fans in this section don't miss out on matches often, so be sure to capitalize on any tickets that may hit the secondary market as soon as you can!
The visiting team's bench is located in front of sections 103 and 104, while the home team's bench is is next to it on the other side of midfield, closer towards the supporters section.
Seat numbers at Yankee Stadium follow a pattern where seat 1 in a section will be closest to the last seat in the lower-numbered section adjacent to it. For example, seat 1 in section 128 will be on the aisle and next to the highest-numbered seat in section 127.
Yankee Stadium is located in Bronx, NY and was originally constructed as a baseball stadium, but it has graciously hosted NYCFC home games since the team's inaugural season in 2016. The stadium has a maximum capacity of 49,642 for games and concerts, though generally just over 33,000 for NYCFC matches in which the team doesn't open up the upper levels.
Sellers must disclose all information that is listed on their tickets. For example, obstructed view seats at Yankee Stadium would be listed for the buyer to consider (or review) prior to purchase. These notes include information regarding if the Yankee Stadium seat view is a limited view, side view, obstructed view or anything else pertinent.