The New York Mets play at Citi Field in New York City, New York. The New York Mets home field is a fantastic place to take in a Major League Baseball game. See the New York Mets seating chart to read more about the seats at Citi Field and identify the best Mets tickets for the best Mets seats.

The New York Mets Citi Field is divided into a variety of broad seating categories: Mets Delta Club, Mets Metropolitan Boxes, Mets Champions Club, Mets Field Boxes, Mets Caesars Club, Mets Baseline Boxes, Mets Left Field Reserved, Mets Right Field Reserved, Mets Left Field Landing, Mets BJ’s Club House, Mets Pepsi Porch, Mets Promenade Club, Mets Promenade Boxes, Mets Promenade Reserved, and Mets Group Sales Hospitality Areas. The best New York Mets seats are based on the amount you spend for a New York Mets ticket. New York Mets tickets are sold at the Citi Field box office and the New York Mets team website, but the best Mets tickets for the all home games are sold through secondary market websites and ticket brokers. Read through for details on every section and a row-by-row analysis of the Mets seats at Citi Field.

Citi Field was built in 2009 as the New York Mets ballpark in the Flushing Meadows area within the Queens borough in New York City. Citi Field replaced Shea Stadium and was named for Citigroup. Citi Field cost $900 million for complete construction with the vast majority of financing coming through municipal bonds issued by New York City. The Mets franchise will service the bonds from the operating revenues generated by Citi Field.

The dimensions of Citi Field are:

  • 45 feet to the Backstop
  • 335 feet to Left Field
  • 364 feet to Left-Center
  • 408 feet to Center Field
  • 378 feet to Right-Center
  • 330 feet to Right Field

The capacity of Citi Field is 41,800 with more than 45,000 fans allowed into the field when standing room only seats are filled to maximum. See the Citi Field seating chart for a complete seat map.

Citi Field: Home of the New York Mets

Citi Field: Home of the New York Mets
View of the front entrance to Citi Field: Home of the New York Mets