Published on August 13th, 2014 | by Ath letize0
U.S. Cellular Field
U.S. Cellular Field is a stadium in Chicago, Illinois and is the home of the Chicago White Sox of the MLB. A detailed U.S. Cellular Field seating chart is located to the left. The arena is located in the downtown Chicago.
The stadium is owned by the Illinois Sports Facilities Authority, which built the arena for $160 Million. U.S. Cellular Field seats roughly 40,615 for baseball games.
The U.S. Cellular Field’s field is made of Grass.
Click on the link/s below to view seating charts for all the different events held inside the U.S. Cellular Field.
U.S. Cellular Field Quick Facts
- Location: Chicago, Illinois
- Main Teams: Chicago White Sox
- Seating Capacity: 40,615(approximately)
- Typology: Modern Retro Modern
- Opened: 1991
History of U.S. Cellular Field
Ground was broken on the stadium on May 7, 1989. U.S. Cellular Field was completed almost two years later on April 18, 1991. It was the first major stadium built after the Chicago Stadium which was built in 1929.
As the stadium was originally built many fans complained about the height of the upper deck. The upper deck was set back over the lower deck, this gave nearly every seat an unobstructed view of the field. The stadium has since undergone many renovations to please the fans.
The stadium has 1,822 “club seats” and 103 luxury suites between the lower and upper deck. The old stadium they played in didn’t have any luxury suites, which was one of the main reasons it was demolished, suites brought in more revenue.
U.S. Cellular Field Address
333 West 35th Street
Chicago, Illinois 60616