Fenway Seating Chart
Located below is the Fenway seating chart for the Boston Red Sox.
Historic Fenway Park, located just off of the I-90/Massachusetts Turnpike at Brookline Avenue. It first opened its doors on April 20, 1912.
Originally built with a seating capacity of 35,000 in 1912, seats have since been added over the Green Monster in left field and above the grandstands in right. The seating capacity for Fenway Park today is 37,402.
Fenway Park is the hallowed grounds of the Boston Red Sox and home of the famed Green Monster.
Improvements and upgrades have been made to Fenway Park since 1912, including the seats! All of the original wooden seats have been replaced and modern HD video boards have been added to the outfield in recent years.
The view of the game can still be obstructed since the I-beams that support the structure can't be moved, unless Red Sox fans start mixing it up with Yankee fans!
For some of the best views, you'll need to get the seats of season ticket holers. The EMC Club seats are sold as season tickets and have padded seats along with televisions to view the game and replays. This area also comes with a restaurant and an indoors area that is climate controlled.
Anothere season ticket area is the State Street Pavilion. It also has a private lounge area like the EMC Club, along with padded seats and televisions. In-seat food service is another perk.
Assistance for fans who have disabilities, there are elevators at Gate D with access to every level of seats in the ballpark. Gate B has an elevator with access to all of the seats in the right field grandstands, roof deck and box seats and there is an elevator for the left field seats is located between Gates A and E.
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