Where Do The Phillies Play?

Citizens Bank Park--more commonly known by its nickname, The Bank--is home to the Philadelphia Phillies since April 2004. Boasting 43,500 seats with lush natural grass surfaces and just steps away from the Philadelphia city center, its picturesque setting affords breathtaking views of its skyline.

Since 2004 this ballpark has witnessed two World Series victories, seven National League pennants and several Hall-of-Famer accolades such as Jim Bunning, Mike Schmidt and Richie Ashburn's retirements from professional baseball.

Fans hoping for a glimpse of both the Phillies' dugout and Phanatic Phun Zone often prefer sitting on the first base side (Sections 108-114); however, these seats can be exposed to direct sunlight during day games and up until row 33 on most infield seats - especially third base side seats- an overhang may block views.

Ashburn Alley, named for Phillies Hall-of-Famer Richie Ashburn and broadcaster Richie Ashburn, features restaurants, games and memorabilia from their past that make this walkway ideal for pregame or interleague viewing; or simply stopping by between innings as it serves as the site where we reenact Liberty Bell ringing after every home run and victory!


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