Busch Stadium Tickets
Busch Stadium Seating Chart and Event Tickets
BUSCH STADIUM: St. Louis Cardinals
The current Busch Stadium is the third in a line of stadiums to carry the name. It is of course, the home of the St. Louis Cardinals baseball team of the MLB. But you already knew that didn’t you? What you’re interested in is finding Cardinals tickets and getting a peek at the Busch Stadium seating chart so you can find the seats you need.
Well, the question is what kind of baseball fan are you? Do you want seats behind the Cardinals dugout so you can get a close up look at your heroes? Do you want seats that give you a chance at that foul ball souvenir? Or do you want to be a little higher up where you can get a good overall view of the game?
Tough questions. Well, the Busch Stadium seating chart offers a lot of options. The official capacity of Busch Stadium, including standing room, is about 46,000. Of that, about 44,000 are reserved seats so you’ve got some good choices. This newest incarnation of Busch Stadium opened in 2006 and incorporates several features of the old stadium so sitting in Busch Stadium hasn’t changed that much. The new stadium does offer a view of the St. Louis skyline and outside is a statue of Stan Musial.
How does this help you choose your seats? It tells you that no matter where you sit in Busch Stadium you’re going to have a rockin’ good time. The old time baseball feel is still there and seating in Busch Stadium is a way to kick back, forget your cares, and spend a day at the ballpark. And no matter where you choose your seats from our Busch Stadium seating chart, we’ll have the Cardinals tickets you need.
Year Built: 2006
‘12 attendance: 40,272 per game; 3,262,109 total
Dimensions: 336 to left, 375 to left-center, 400 to center, 375 to right-center, 335 to right
Hotels Nearby: Renaissance St. Louis Grand Hotel, Sheraton St. Louis City Center, Omni Hotel, Hilton St. Louis Downtown
Thrill of victory: Oct. 27, 2006: The St. Louis clinched the ‘06 Fall Classic with a 4-2 win over the Detroit Tigers in Game 5. Starter Jeff Weaver out-dueled Detroit’s ace Justin Verlander and closer Adam Wainwright slammed the door. David Eckstein was awarded the MVP of the series.
Agony of defeat: Oct. 28, 2011: In Game 7 of the ‘11 Fall Classic the Cards defeated the Texas Rangers by a score of 6-2 to win their second World Series in the new Busch Stadium. Third baseman David Freese was given the MVP of the World Series thanks in large part to his dramatic walk-off home run the previous night.
Cardinals Ticket Tips: Like most newer stadiums there are a tremendous amount of dining options at Busch Stadium. Fans can enjoy traditional St. Louis foods like pork steak sandwiches and toasted ravioli or more conventional ballpark options like nachos and brats. If you’re looking for the most luxurious seats in the stadium look no further than the Champions Club which offers a buffet and numerous TVs. A bit more economical ticket option lies in the Scoreboard Patio seating section which is significantly more family oriented. Order your St. Louis Cardinals tickets today and enjoy one of the most fan friendly ballparks in Major League Baseball.