US Cellular field is home to the Chicago White Sox, winners of 3 World Series titles. "The Cell" sits across the street from the site of the original Comiskey Park in Chicago's Armour Square neighborhood.
A visit to the park is a full-day affair offering a variety of fan experiences. The Fan Deck provides a panoramic view of the field. The Fundamentals Deck in left field is a 15,000 square-foot space devoted to the Sox fans and good times. It includes a youth-sized whiffle ball diamond, batting and cages, swing boxes, and speed pitch machines.When you want to get a bite to eat or a cold beer, head over to Right Field and visit the Bullpen Sports Bar. If you hold a gold ticket, try the VIP section behind home plate for a buffet, open bar, and flatscreen TVs. If the game gets heated, fans cool off at the old Comisky Park Chicagoland Plumbing Council Shower.
Fun Facts about U.S. Cellular Field
The field has seating for up to 40,615 Sox fanatics. That is down from the 47,098 seats it held before the stadium renovations.
Record attendance was for the 74th All-Star Game, when they welcomed 47,609 people.Center field has a full-color, high resolution video board that is 28×53 feet. The right field LED display is 23×68 feet.
Visiting the Field
U.S. Cellular Field offers fans 30 customizable experiences for kids and adults, including on-field weddings, cocktail parties, a chance to broadcast, dinner on the field, lunch with the White Sox Chairman, and a non-game concourse photo session.Transportation options to U.S. Cellular Field include the Metra/Rock Island train and the CTA Red Line bus.
U.S. Cellular has a high tech Conference and Learning Center with amphitheater-style seating and advanced technology. The center is open for meeting before games or when the team is out of the town.
The field has a general parking facility with remote parking at 33rd and State. There is a free shuttle from the remote lot to the field.