The Yankees’ storied history and tradition are a reflection not only of the manager, players, coaches and front-office staff, but also of Guests visiting Yankee Stadium. The Yankees want all Guests to be able to enjoy the fun and excitement of Stadium events in a safe and comfortable environment. Guests will be treated in a consistent, professional and courteous manner by all Yankee Stadium Team Members*, and the Yankees ask Guests for the same in return.
To help maintain an enjoyable environment, the following guidelines have been established.
The following actions are prohibited:
Guests are responsible for their conduct as well as the conduct of their Guests. The Yankees maintain a zero tolerance policy regarding any Guest who violates the Guest Code of Conduct. All Guests must comply with the Guest Code of Conduct. Any Guest who does not will be subject to ejection without refund and revocation of season tickets and/or future ticket privileges and may also be in violation of New York City ordinances, resulting in possible arrest and prosecution.
The Yankees strive for a championship team on and off the field and thank Guests in advance for complying with the Guest Code of Conduct. Take pride in Yankee Stadium, and enjoy the event.
Yankee Stadium Team Members are available to help ensure
the best possible experience for Guests.
Guests are encouraged to report any security or guest relations issue to the nearest Team Member, or Guests can confidentially text the issue to 69900 (message and data rates may apply), and a Team Member will respond accordingly.
* Please note that Yankee Stadium Team Members are not necessarily employees of the Yankees. All those who work in the Stadium and provide services to Guests are referred to as "Team Members" even though they may not be employed by the Yankees.
** Placing, dropping, tossing or hurling any substance or object in the Stadium is a crime punishable by fine and/or imprisonment as well as a civil penalty of up to $5,000. Entering the playing field, disrupting a game or event, and/or attempting any physical contact with any participant is a crime punishable by fine and/or imprisonment as well as a civil penalty of up to $25,000.