Located in Los Angeles, California, Dodger Stadium has been home to the Los Angeles Dodgers since 1962. Built in 1959, it is one of the most historic parks of MLB. Dodger Stadium is one of the only ballparks in the U.S to accommodate over 55,000 fans at one time. We have your tickets to all Dodger games!
Dodger Stadium was also the home of the Los Angeles Angels (now Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim) between 1962 and 1965.
Improvements are being made to this ballpark every season, including a conversion of the baseline seating to box seating which now has a table as part of its draw. The entrance to the park is lined with trees and opens into a great landscaped plaza area designed to allow fans to gather near center field. Dodger Way, as it is called, is a “street” that is designed for fans to walk around the outside of the stadium, but still stay within the gates of the park.
From the area called the Green Necklace, fans can view downtown L.A., Santa Monica Bay and Mountains, as well as the stadium's field. Below the roofs of the pavilion, located behind the fence in the outfield, are the retired numbers of Pee Wee Reese, Jackie Robinson, Duke Snider, Tommy Lasorda, Walter Alston, Roy Campanella and Jim Gilliam, as well as those of Don Drysdale, Sandy Koufax, and Don Sutton. Strobe lights were added in 1999 that flash when the Dodgers take the field, after a Dodger home run and after a Dodger win.
There are no "sections" in Dodger Stadium, only aisles. Each row letter is actually used for two rows. Row A is the first two rows on the left side of the aisle as you are heading up, while Row B is the first two rows on the right side of the aisle as you are heading up. Seats 1-4 are in the first row while 5-8 are in the second row. There are 8 seats per row.
The Dugout Club seating is located right behind home plate. Fans that hold tickets to these seats also have access to a private club and bar. This club also features theater seats. The Club Level Suites give fans access to the Diamond Room restaurant and the Abner Doubleday Lounge. There is not a bad seat in the park! In addition to the club and box seats, there are many field level and loge level seats available. Seats along the foul line are also available. The top deck and the pavilions, as well as the grandstand bleachers, sit in left and right field.
There are scoreboards above the right and left field pavilions. Parking is available behind the main grandstands so that fans can park at nearly the same level as their seats, making for an easy entrance and exit to their seats.
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