The Cincinnati Reds play at the Great American Ballpark in Cincinnati, Ohio. The Cincinnati Reds stadium is a classic venue to view a Major League Baseball game. Study the Cincinnati Reds seating chart to learn more about the seats in the Great American Ballpark and to find cheap Cincinnati Reds tickets for the best Cincinnati Reds seats.
The Cincinnati Reds Great American Ballpark is comprised of a variety of seating sections located around the stadium: Reds Premium Seating, Reds Dugout Boxes, Reds Infield Boxes, Reds Field Boxes, Reds All-You-Can-Eat, Reds Sun Deck/Moon Deck, Reds Mezzanine, Reds View Level Boxes, Reds Family Section, Reds Terrace Outfield, Reds View Level, Reds Kroger Bleachers, and Reds Outer View Level. The best Cincinnati Reds seats are a function of the price of a Reds ticket. Cincinnati Reds tickets are sold at the Great American Ballpark ticket office and the Cincinnati Reds sale department, but the largest inventory of cheap Reds tickets for the most popular Reds games is found from ticket brokers and ticket websites. Look through RedsSeatingChart.com for more detail concerning the best Cincinnati Reds tickets for the best Cincinnati Reds seats the Great American Ballpark.
The Great American Ballpark has been the home of the Cincinnati Reds since 2003 when it replaced Cinergy Field as the home stadium of the Reds. The Great American Ballpark is named after the Great American Insurance Group as the Reds were owned by an executive with the insurance company upon completion of the park. The site of the Great American Ballpark is between the old Cinergy Field location and the U.S. Bank Arena. Great American Ballpark has undergone renovations of its scoreboard since its construction and now contains more than 4200 club seats and 63 suites.
The dimensions of the Great American Ballpark are:
- 55 feet to the Backstop
- 328 feet to Left Field
- 379 feet to Left-Center
- 404 feet to Center Field
- 370 feet to Right-Center
- 325 feet to Right Field
The capacity of the Great American Ballpark is 42,271 seats patrons with more than 44,500 as maximum capacity during sold-out events when standing room only sections are included. See the Great American Ballpark seating chart for a detailed seat map.
View of the front entrance to Great American Ball Park: Home of the Cincinnati Reds