NBT Bank Stadium, Syracuse
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NBT Bank Stadium is a publicly owned, 11,071-seat, minor league baseball stadium in Syracuse, New York. It is home stadium for the Syracuse Chiefs AAA baseball team of the International League. The stadium, owned and at times operated by Onondaga County, opened on April 10, 1997, replacing the aging MacArthur Stadium which had served as home to Syracuse's professional baseball teams since 1934.Chiefs baseballThe stadium is home to the Syracuse Chiefs, the Triple-A affiliate of the Washington Nationals. The field's outfield dimensions are 330ft to left field, 400ft to center field, and 330ft to right field.The stadium has an official seating capacity of 11,071 people. In addition to regular seating, the stadium also offers luxury suites and a banquet room. The luxury suites are available in three different sized configurations and all include indoor and outdoor seating options as well as optional stadium-provided catering. The stadium's banquet room is named after Hank Sauer, who played with the Chiefs in the 1940s prior to going on to excel in the Major Leagues and eventually have his number retired by the Chiefs. The room is near the right field foul pole and is available to rent year-round.Seating is broken down into the following: 280 in the 20 luxury suites, 3,000 in the 300 (upper) level, and 7,791 in the lower level.Arrange your visit to NBT Bank Stadium and discover more family-friendly attractions in Syracuse using our Syracuse tour planner.
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They have a very large new wooden deck along the right field wall that is not very high up giving the feeling that you are right on the field. The Stadiun looks new and kept clean and in good shape. T... read more »
Went on two separate occasions with my son and daughter. What a beautiful baseball park. Had great weather both times, and really enjoyed the atmosphere. Looking forward to next year
This is the home of the local baseball team, the Chiefs. They often have dollar nights with cheap admission, food, and beer. The deck is a fun place to watch the game while having a drink with friends... read more »
I like going to games here, but it is definitely not handicap friendly. Had a very difficult time there taking my Dad who needs a walker and were assured a place where we could all sit together(7 of us) but they all required my dad to walk down stairs which he cannot do. We ended up finding our own seats
Attended a Chiefs game and there really is not a bad seat in the park. We were there for the 4th of July fireworks show and it was great. My 6 year old daughter saw her first fireworks show and was amazed.
Getting up close to the action is always a joy. Like most of major and minor league baseball an annealing changing, creative food menu if available. Local baseball here in syracuse has a long, proud tradition.
Game was great. The $4 Hoffman coony would have been better if there was mustard available, and the bun wasn't stale (after a 15 minute wait).
It is amazing they keep the floors clean the people who work the are very welcoming they keep the children entertained and the fireworks are beautiful
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