Busch Stadium

is located in St. Louis MO and is the home of the St. Louis Cardinals. It replaced Busch Memorial Stadium and occupies a portion of that stadium’s former footprint. Busch Stadium was chosen by MLB to host the 2009 Major League Baseball All-Star Game.

The stadium is the third stadium in St. Louis to carry the name Busch Stadium. Sportsman’s Park was renamed Busch Stadium in 1953, after team owner Gussie Busch. The first Busch closed in 1966, and both the baseball Cardinals, and the NFL’s St. Louis Cardinals moved to a new multi-purpose stadium, named Busch MBusch Stadium, St. Louis MOMemorial Stadium. The newest stadium is informally referred to as Busch Stadium III.

When the Cardinals won the World Series in 2006, New Busch Stadium joined a very short list of ballparks whose occupants won the Series in the ballpark’s inaugural year. The previous one had been the original Yankee Stadium, in 1923. The Cardinals were also the first team to win a World Series at home in the inaugural season of a stadium since the 1912 Boston Red Sox (Fenway Park). This record was again tied in 2009, when the New York Yankees won the World Series in their first season at the new Yankee Stadium.

In its debut season every game was sold out, giving a total attendance of 3,407,104 for the season, the second-largest in team history, but since surpassed in both 2007 and 2008, therefore the 2006 attendance now ranks fourth in team history.

Location: 700 Clark Avenue St. Louis, Missouri 63102 Opened: 2006 Capacity: 43,975 (with standing room 46,861) Field Surface: Natural Grass

Looking for Tickets to all of the events at Busch III? Find Them Here


Busch Stadium Baseball Seating Chart

Busch Stadium Baseball Seating Chart

Busch Stadium Parking Map

Busch Stadium Parking Map

 

Busch Stadium General Venue Information

Directions

From the NORTH:

From I-55 South (Springfield/Bloomington/Chicago)

  • Take I-55 S toward St. Louis
  • Continue onto I-64 once you cross into Missouri
  • Take Exit 40A toward Stadium/Tucker Blvd
  • Take right at Clark St.
  • Stadium is one block on right side

From the SOUTH:

From I-55 North (Arnold/Festus/Cape Girardeau/Memphis, TN)

  • Take I-55 N toward St. Louis
  • Take Exit 208 to merge onto Park Ave toward 7th St.
  • Turn left at 7th St.
  • Take right at Clark St.

From the EAST:

  • Take I-70 W toward St. Louis
  • Merge with I-55 S approximately 20 miles east of St. Louis.
  • Continues on I-70 W/ I-55 S towards St. Louis
  • Continue onto I-64 once you cross into Missouri
  • Take Exit 40A toward Stadium/Tucker Blvd
  • Take right at Clark St.
  • Stadium is one block on right side

From I-64 West (Belleville/Mt. Vernon/Evansville, IN.)

  • Take I-64 W toward St. Louis
  • Continue on I-64 W into Missouri
  • Take Exit 40A toward Stadium/Tucker Blvd
  • Take right at Clark St.
  • Stadium is one block on right side

From the WEST:

From I-44 East (Kirkwood/Eureka/Springfield/Joplin)

  • Take I-55 E toward St. Louis
  • Merge with I-55 N approximately 2 miles west of St .Louis
  • Take Exit 208 to merge onto Park Ave toward 7th St.
  • Turn left at 7th St.
  • Take right at Clark St.

From I-64 East (Clayton/Chesterfield)

  • Take I-64 E toward St. Louis
  • Take Exit 40B for 6th St.
  • Exit left at Exit 39C toward 11th St/Stadium
  • Take right at Clark. St.
  • Stadium is three blocks on right side.

From I-70 East (St. Charles/Wentzville/Columbia/Kansas City)

  • Take I-70 E toward St. Louis
  • Take the Memorial Dr/Pine St exit, Exit 250B, toward Downtown/Arch-Riverfront
  • Stay straight to stay on Memorial Dr.
  • Take right at Market St.
  • Take left at Broadway
  • Take right at Clark St.

 

About Where's My Seat

Where's My Seat features Tickets, Seating Charts and More! Please like us on Facebook and be sure to sign up for our email list

Pin It on Pinterest