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Facts & Figures

Great American Ball Park

Located on the winding banks of the Ohio River in downtown Cincinnati, Great American Ball Park serves as the home of the Cincinnati Reds, baseball's first professional franchise. The ballpark officially opened for the 2003 season, making 2010 its eighth big-league season.

Although praised for its innovative features, breathtaking views and affordable seating options, Great American Ball Park also pays tribute to the Reds' rich history. Crosley Terrace statues depict Reds legends Ted Kluszewski, Ernie Lombardi, Joe Nuxhall and Frank Robinson, while famous-dates banners remind fans of many historic moments in club history. Inside the park, the Italian-marble mosaics, the "toothbrush" light towers and the nostalgic Sun/Moon Deck are just a handful of features that give this modern marvel a truly historic influence.

Recent additions to the ballpark have helped bring even more amenities to enhance the fan experience, including the Cincinnati Bell Riverboat Deck beyond center field, the hhgregg Highlight Zone on the third-base concourse and the all-new FOX Sports Ohio Champions Club.

Great American Ball Park
Great American Ball Park Details
Architects: HOK Sport, Kansas City, Mo.
Approximate Cost: $280 million
Stadium Acreage: 29
Structural Elements: 10,100 tons of steel
Seating Capacity: 42,271
Restrooms: 35
Concession Stands: 28
Playing Surface: Natural grass
Surface Coverage: 2.9 acres
Left-field Distance: 328 feet
Centerfield Distance: 404 feet
Right-field Distance: 325 feet