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123-01 Roosevelt Ave New York, NY 11368
123-01 Roosevelt AvenueUSNew YorkNew York11368
(718) 507-8499newyork.mets.mlb.com
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Modern 40,000+ capacity baseball park hosting Mets games, a small Mets museum & occasional concerts.- Google
"I'm all for historic baseball stadiums, but it was time for Shea stadium to go."
"Get in line early for ShakeShack if you want a good burger and fries."
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tammyl westad
in the last week
I CANNOT BELIEVE YOU LETTING BEYONCE, KNOWN COP HATER PLAY AT THE HOME OF THE METS. I GUESS YOU DIDN'T LEARN YOUR LESSON WITH BERNIE SANDERS YOUR STILL ASSOCIATING WITH TRASH. I WON'T BE GOING TO CITIFIELD THIS YEAR, I WILL GO SEE THEM PLAY PIRATES AT PNC PARK, STADIUM IS MUCH NICER AND THEY DON'T ALLOW FOUL LANGUAGE AND PEOPLE TO GET DRUNK OR OBNOXIOUS. I COULD NOT BELIEVE HOW PEOPLE WERE ALLOWED TO BEHAVE AND THEY WERE DOING IT IN FRONT OF SMALL CHILDREN. PITTSBURGH HAS CLASS. I HOPE THE COPS AREN'T AROUND WHEN THE TRASH SHE WILL DRAW IN COMES TO TOWN. YOU SHOULD BE ASHAMED OF YOURSELF. HOW ABOUT A NIGHT OF HOPE WITH JOEL OSTEEN????
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Jefgg
a month ago
The Wilpons were incredibly foolish to invest most of their fortune with Bernard Madoff. And now they are trying to run the Mets on a shoestring budget. Say what you want about the Steinbrenners, but they would never put all their financial eggs in one basket. New York sports teams need to pay top dollar for talent to appease the fans. Penny pinching owners can only survive in small markets.
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Corrie Davidson
3 months ago
Directly located on the 7 Subway line (but also with a large aprkign lot for those inclined to sit in traffic), Citi Field is a relatively new open-air stadium (completed in 2009). Known as the home of the Mets baseball team, the stadium also plays host to a variety of other events like concerts and cricket. A new field wil be installed after the 2015 baseball season. If you're looking for an autograph, fans are permitted along designated areas of the Field Level railings from the time gates open until approximately one hour before game time. There is also a Mets Hall of Fame and Museum located next to the Jackie Robinson Rotunda and the Team Store.
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Matthew Reifler
3 months ago
Even though they lost we like to go to games here and watch the Mets. The food is way overpriced, but we buy it anyway. Recommend the LIRR to get here!
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Matt Morris
a month ago
I am sure I would have enjoyed myself more if it wasn't so cold and I actually understood Baseball. We were in New York and thought it would be good to see an 'All-American Baseball Game'. Didn't get it... Stop start, stop start... Food was ridiculously expensive for what it was too! However... we were given free blankets which really did keep the wind out and the stadium was very close to the Number 7 metro station which made it very easy to catch a train back to Manhattan when we left half way through the game.
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Seán Hassett
5 months ago
Almost a great stadium. You'd think that since it is only several years old that they would have pigeon proofed it, but no. We had to get pigeon poop cleaned from three of our four seats before we could sit in them. During the game, both on my daughters got pooped on by pigeons, including banners that they had drawn and colored, and one baseball cap. The problem is that there are so many places for pigeons to roost and nest. PLEASE CLEAN OUT THE PIGEONS and add those spikes to keep them out! Apart from the all the bird crap problems, it's a great stadium. Decent food, decent beer, easy to get around. Great commute on LIRR.
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Jason Dong
2 months ago
Views from everywhere, tons of food choices and beverage selections make Citi Field the best place to watch baseball in NYC. Pro tip: save money on parking by parking at the Skyview center on Roosevelt Avenue. It is $5 for up to 5 hours. It is a short walk to the stadium from there so you csn use those savings to enjoy more food or beverages during the game!
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Adam Kleinbaum
2 months ago
I'm a huge Mets fan and Citi Field is the best way to enjoy a nice day. PS let's go Mets!