Busch Stadium Seating Chart, St. Louis Cardinals 

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Busch Stadium has been home to the St. Louis Cardinals since 2006, and will grow into one of Major League Baseball's most historic stadiums as time moves forward. Ballpark Village, the mixed-use development outside of Busch Stadium, has made Busch Stadium a year around destination for St. Louis sports fans and other tourists. When you combine Ballpark Village with Busch Stadium’s proximity to all downtown St. Louis has to offer, and the unrivaled passion of St. Louis Cardinals fans, Busch Stadium is a Major League Baseball stadium you won’t soon forget. Our staff wanted to provide a thorough breakdown of the Busch Stadium seating chart to help baseball fans decide where to sit before purchasing their St. Louis Cardinals tickets.

Where To Sit At Busch Stadium

Busch Stadium is one of the largest stadiums in Major League Baseball and offers a wide array of premium seating options for businesses and large groups of guests. The core non-premium seating areas include the lower level, outfield bleachers, loge level, pavilion level, and terrace level (upper level). We’ll begin by discussing the lower level seats.

 

 

100 Level (Lower Level)

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The 100 level seats at Busch Stadium consist of sections 101 through 197. The number of rows for the 100 level sections will greatly vary. Lettered rows will always sit closer to the field than numbered rows in sequence. The rows for many 100 level sections are lettered A through L, followed by rows 1 through 18.

The St. Louis Cardinals dugout is located in front of sections 143 and 144. The visiting team’s dugout is located in front of sections 156 and 157. The St. Louis Cardinals’ bullpen is located in front of sections 107 and 109. The visiting team’s bullpen at Busch Stadium is located in front of sections 189 and 191.

 

Cardinals Club

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The Cardinals Club seats at Busch Stadium (also called the green seats) consist of sections CC1 through CC8 behind home plate. The rows for the Cardinals Club sections are lettered either A through H or A through K.

The perks for the Cardinals Club seats at Busch Stadium include the following.

  • Access to the exclusive Cardinals Club equipped with dining areas, private bars, and flat-screen HD televisions
  • In-seat waiter service
  • Private entrance into Busch Stadium (Gate 2)
  • All-inclusive food, alcohol, and soft drinks (pregame buffet)
  • Private restrooms
  • Comfortable padded seats with additional leg room

All season tickets for the Cardinals Club were sold as personal seat licenses (PSLs) when Busch Stadium was first constructed. 

 

Bleachers

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The bleacher seats at Busch Stadium consist of the following rows and sections.

  • Section 101 (Rows 1-13)
  • Section 103 (Rows 1-12)
  • Section 105 (Rows 1-12)
  • Section 107 (Rows 11-13, 20-33)
  • Section 109 (Rows 11-13, 20-33)
  • Section 111 (Rows 20-33)
  • Section 189 (Rows 11-17)
  • Section 191 (Rows 11-23)
  • Section 193 (Rows 1-24)
  • Section 195 (Rows 1-25)
  • Section 197 (Rows 1-19)

The Busch Stadium bleacher sections are organized into three areas; the right field bleachers, lower right field bleachers, and lower left field bleachers. Keep in mind that these seats are metal bleachers that provide spectators with seat backs but no cup holders.

Photo taken from the bleacher seats at Busch Stadium during a St. Louis Cardinals home game.

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As stated earlier, the Busch Stadium bleachers put fans in close proximity to each team's bullpen in the outfield. The Busch Stadium bleachers aren’t quiet as iconic as the bleachers in other Major League ballparks like Wrigley Field and Yankee Stadium. However, bleacher seats are also the best seats at Busch Stadium for catching home runs.  

 

 

200 Level (Loge Level)

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The loge level seats at Busch Stadium consist of sections 228 through 272. Most loge level sections will have 15 or 16 rows of seats, beginning with row 1.

 

Redbird Club

 

Baseball fans receive no special amenities with Redbird Club tickets aside from access to the Redbird Club. The climate-controlled Redbird Club is equipped with private restrooms, upgraded concessions, and a private entrance to your section. Food and beverages are not included in the ticket price. The Redbird Club is equipped with dining areas, private bars, and flat-screen HD televisions. There are no bad Redbird Club seats; every seat is either behind home plate or encircles the infield. Most sections have 8-15 rows of seats and the views are some of the best in all of Busch Stadium. There are two distinct seating areas that comprise the Redbird Club and they are as follows.

Home Redbird Club

The home Redbird Club consists of sections 247-253 (behind home plate). These are the best seats in the Redbird Club.

Infield Redbird Club

The infield Redbird Club consists of sections 241-246 (1st base side) and 254-257 (3rd base side). 

 

 

300 Level (Pavilion Level)

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The pavilion level seats at Busch Stadium consist of sections 331 through 372. The rows for most pavilion level sections are numbered either 1 through 9 or 1 through 6.

 

 

400 Level (Terrace Level)

Photo taken from the terrace level seats at Busch Stadium during a St. Louis Cardinals home game.

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The terrace level seats at Busch Stadium consist of sections 431 through 454. The rows for the terrace level sections are numbered 1 through 11.

If your seats are in rows 7-11, you can expect a good amount of shade from the sun during day games. Sections 446 through 454 will provide baseball fans with excellent views of the Gateway Arch and St. Louis skyline in the distance. Busch Stadium’s 400 level offer the most affordable tickets for St. Louis Cardinals home games.

 

Left Field Porch

The left field porch seats at Busch Stadium consist of sections LP1, LP2, and LP3 in left field. The rows for the left field porch sections are numbered 1 through 12. Keep in mind that section LP2 will have an obstructed view of the field from some of the seats due to the left field foul pole. The left field porch seats are protected from the sun and elements due to the loge level overhang.

 

 

All-inclusive Seating Areas

UMB Champions Club

The UMB Champions Club is an all-inclusive private club located above sections 162, 163, and 165. The UMB Champions Club is perfect for hosting a small office gathering or family reunion. The perks for the UMB Champions Club at Busch Stadium include the following.

  • Access to a furnished and climate-controlled club equipped with dining areas, private bars, and flat-screen HD televisions
  • Can accommodate up to 438 guests
  • All-inclusive food, alcohol, and soft drinks (buffet)
  • Private restrooms
  • Outdoor reserved seating on level 2 (in the shade)

 

National Car Rentals Club

The National Car Rentals Club is an all-inclusive private club located above sections 258, 259, and 260. The perks for the National Car Rentals Club at Busch Stadium include the following.

  • Access to a furnished and climate-controlled club equipped with dining areas, private bars, and flat-screen HD televisions
  • Can accommodate up to 397 guests
  • Outdoor seating in sections 258 and 259; indoor seating in sections 260
  • All-inclusive food, alcohol, and soft drinks (buffet)
  • Private restrooms



Perficient Red Jacket Club

The Perficient Red Jacket Club is an all-inclusive private club located above sections 128 and 129 in sections RJC1 through RJC4. The rows for the Perficient Red Jacket Club seats are lettered A through D. This area pays tribute to St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Famers. The perks for the Perficient Jacket Club at Busch Stadium include the following.

  • Access to a furnished and climate-controlled club equipped with dining areas, private bars, and flat-screen HD televisions
  • Can accommodate up to 119 guests
  • All-inclusive food, alcohol, and soft drinks (buffet)
  • Indoor and outdoor seating
  • Private restrooms



Commissioner’s Box

Photo taken from the Commissioner's Box seats at Busch Stadium during a St. Louis Cardinals home game.

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The Commissioner’s Box is an all-inclusive premium seating option located adjacent to the St. Louis Cardinals dugout in section 141. The rows for the Commissioner’s Box seats are lettered A through E. The perks for the Commissioner’s Box seats at Busch Stadium include the following.

  • Can accommodate up to 30 guests (sold in increments of 2)
  • Access to the UMB Champions Club (see above)
  • Comfortable cushioned seats
  • VIP parking provided for guests
  • In-seat waiter service (menu includes ballpark fare, alcohol, and soft drinks)
  • Pre-game field and dugout visits

 

 

Legends Club

The Legends Club is an all-inclusive party suite located above sections 228 and 229. The perks for the Legends Club seats at Busch Stadium include the following.

  • Reserved seating (indoors and outdoors)
  • Access to a furnished and climate-controlled social area equipped with flat-screen HD televisions
  • All-inclusive food, alcohol, and soft drinks (buffet)
  • Bar top seating with a view of the field
  • Private restrooms
  • Access to a private bar

 

 

Coca-Cola Scoreboard Patio

The Coca-Cola Scoreboard Patio is an all-inclusive group seating option located above sections 101, 103, and 105 in right center field. The perks for the Coca-Cola Scoreboard Patio at Busch Stadium include the following.

  • Tickets for up to 260 guests
  • All-inclusive food, beer, and soda (buffet)
  • Picnic-style patio seating
  • Drink rails
  • Less wait at restrooms

 

 

Coca-Cola Rooftop Deck

The Coca-Cola Rooftop Deck is an all-inclusive group seating option located in center field. The perks for the Coca-Cola Rooftop Deck at Busch Stadium include the following.

  • Tickets for up to 63 guests
  • All-inclusive food, beer, and soda (buffet)
  • Picnic-style patio seating
  • Drink rails
  • Less wait at restrooms



Powerade Bridge

Photo taken from the Powerade Bridge area at Busch Stadium during a St. Louis Cardinals home game.

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The Powerade Bridge is an all-inclusive group seating option located above sections 107, 109, and 111 in right center field. The perks for the Powerade Bridge at Busch Stadium include the following.

  • Tickets for up to 105 guests
  • All-inclusive food, beer, and soda (buffet)
  • Picnic-style patio seating
  • Drink rails
  • Less wait at restrooms



Homer’s Landing

Homer’s Landing is an all-inclusive group seating option located above sections 101, 103, and 105. The perks for Homer’s Landing at Busch Stadium include the following.

  • Tickets for up to 98 guests
  • Drink rails and bar top seating
  • Protection from the sun and elements
  • All-inclusive food, beer, and soft drinks (buffet)
  • Area equipped with flat-screen HD televisions
  • Less wait at restrooms

 

 

Leftfield Landing

Leftfield Landing is an all-inclusive group seating option located behind section 169. The perks for Leftfield Landing at Busch Stadium include the following.

  • Tickets for up to 28 guests
  • Drink rails and bar top seating
  • Protection from the sun and elements
  • All-inclusive food, beer, and soft drinks (buffet)
  • Area equipped with flat-screen HD televisions
  • Less wait at restrooms



Scott Credit Union MVP Deck

The Scott Credit Union MVP Deck is an all-inclusive outdoor party deck located above section 197 in left center field. The perks for the Scott Credit Union MVP Deck at Busch Stadium include the following.

  • Tickets for up to 28 guests
  • Area provides shade from the sun
  • All-inclusive food, beer, and soft drinks (buffet)
  • Drink rails
  • Bar top seating
  • Area equipped with flat-screen HD televisions

 

 

Cardinals Nation Rooftop

The Cardinals Nation Rooftop, formerly known as the AT&T Rooftop, is an all-inclusive rooftop seating area located above the Cardinals Nation Restaurant outside of Busch Stadium. The perks for the Cardinals Nation Rooftop include the following.

  • Tickets for up to 338 guests
  • All-inclusive food, alcohol, and soft drinks (buffet)
  • Free admission to the St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Fame and Museum
  • Reserved outdoor seating
  • Private restrooms
  • Access to a climate-controlled social area equipped with flat-screen HD televisions, full-service bars, and dining areas
  • Stadium’s daily promotional item provided to each guest

The Cardinals Nation Rooftop provides the best views of the playing field out of all of the Ballpark Village seating areas. 

 

 

Cardinals Nation Balcony

Photo of the Cardinals Nation Restaurant at Busch Stadium.

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The Cardinals Nation Balcony is an all-inclusive group seating area located on the 2nd floor of the Cardinals Nation Restaurant. The perks for the Cardinals Nation Balcony at Busch Stadium include the following.

  • Tickets for up to 12 guests (sold in groups of four)
  • All-inclusive food, alcohol, and soft drinks (buffet)
  • Free admission to the St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Fame and Museum
  • Reserved outdoor seating
  • Private restrooms
  • Access to a climate-controlled social area equipped with flat-screen HD televisions, full-service bars, and dining areas

Cardinals Nation is a 30,000 square foot venue located at Ballpark Village outside of Busch Stadium. Cardinals Nation is home to the Cardinals Nation Balcony, Cardinals Nation Rooftop, The Cardinals Authentics Shop, the St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Fame and Museum, and official pregame party before every St. Louis Cardinals home game. The Cardinals Nation Restaurant offers three patio decks, four full-service bars, and more than 50 flat-screen HD televisions.

 

Luxury Suites

Busch Stadium’s luxury suites can be leased for a full season or half season. The perks for the luxury suites at Busch Stadium include the following.

  • Access to a climate-controlled and furnished suite equipped with flat-screen HD televisions
  • Parking passes provided for guests (VIP Lot C)
  • Private restrooms
  • Retractable window panels to create open-air environment
  • Various catered food and beverage packages available
  • Bar top seating with a view of the field
  • Tickets for guests
  • Additional standing room only tickets available
  • Comfortable padded seats with additional leg room

To learn more about leasing a luxury suite at Busch Stadium, please visit MLB.com.

 

Party Suites

Busch Stadium’s Party Suites recently received major renovations and improvements, and are ideal for groups of guests too large for a traditional suite. The perks for the Party Suites at Busch Stadium include the following.

  • Tickets for between 30 and 36 guests
  • Access to a furnished and climate-controlled suite equipped with flat-screen HD televisions
  • All-inclusive food and soft drinks (ballpark fare)
  • Private bar service
  • Access to a climate-controlled social area
  • Comfortable padded seats with additional leg room
  • Bar top seating with a view of the field

To learn more about leasing a Party Suite at Busch Stadium, please visit MLB.com.

 

Branch Rickey Room

The Branch Rickey Room is a party suite located on the 2nd floor of the Cardinals Nation Restaurant outside of Busch Stadium. The perks for the Branch Rickey Room at Busch Stadium include the following.

  • Access to a climate-controlled and furnished suite equipped with flat-screen HD televisions
  • All-inclusive food, alcohol, and soft drinks (ballpark fare)
  • Private bar service
  • Free admission to the St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Fame and Museum
  • Tickets for between 22 and 30 guests
  • Access to an outdoor patio with a view of the field

Many baseball fans will associate Branch Rickey with Jackie Robinson and the Brooklyn Dodgers. However, Rickey played professionally for the old St. Louis Browns, and served as Manager and General Manager for both the St. Louis Browns and St. Louis Cardinals. Branch Rickey is the face of St. Louis baseball. 

 

Redbird Roost (Owner’s Suite)

The Redbird Roost is a luxury party suite located behind home plate. The perks for the Redbird Roost suite at Busch Stadium include the following.

  • Tickets for up to 30 guests
  • All-inclusive food, alcohol, and soft drinks (ballpark fare)
  • Private bar service
  • Private restrooms
  • Comfortable padded seats with additional leg room
  • Bar top seating with a view of the field
  • Access to a furnished and climate-controlled suite equipped with flat-screen HD televisions



Budweiser Terrace

The Budweiser Terrace is a multi-level social space located on the 4th level of Busch Stadium in the space formerly known as Riverview Corner. The Budweiser Terrace is open to all fans with tickets for the game and provides guests with the following.

  • Two full-service bars
  • Lounge seating with a view of the field
  • Standing areas for fans
  • Cabana seating on the concourse
  • Covered performance stage for live music
  • Open-air BBQ grill
  • Area equipped with flat-screen HD televisions



Budweiser Brew House Deck

The Budweiser Brew House Deck is a Ballpark Village seating area that sits across Clark Street beyond Busch Stadium's outfield area. If you’ve ever been to Wrigley Field to see the Chicago Cubs play, the Budweiser Brew House offers a similar setting to a Wrigleyville rooftop. The Budweiser Brew House is located next to the Cardinals Nation Rooftop; the two are often confused. The Budweiser Brew House Deck provides baseball fans with two rows of drink rail seating that are sold as reserved tickets and everything else is sold as general admission. The area is the perfect place to nonchalantly enjoy a St. Louis Cardinals game with a group of friends, and can be rented out privately. The Budweiser Brew House Deck will provide baseball fans with access to Busch Stadium but they must check in there first. Keep in mind that the view of field isn’t perfect from the Budweiser Brew House Deck; fans will only be able to see maybe 65% of the field.

 

 

Budweiser Ballpark Pass

The Budweiser Ballpark Pass provides baseball fans with a standing room only ticket to every St. Louis Cardinals home game for only $30 per month. To learn more about purchasing the Budweiser Ballpark Pass and becoming a member, please visit MLB.com.



Mobile Ticketing

To learn more about the digital ticketing policies at Busch Stadium, please visit MLB.com.



Season Tickets

To learn more about becoming a season ticket holder for the St. Louis Cardinals, please visit MLB.com. The St. Louis Cardinals utilize a dynamic pricing model meaning tickets for games versus the Kansas City Royals or Chicago Cubs will be more expensive than games versus the Arizona Diamondbacks

 

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