George M. Steinbrenner Field


Built in 1996, George M. Steinbrenner Field is a 31-acre complex centrally located in Tampa, Florida and serves as spring home to the New York Yankees, and summer home to the Yankees class A affiliate Tampa Yankees. Steinbrenner Field is also a year round special events facility hosting concerts, baseball tournaments, corporate events, and more.

Two thousand and seventeen marks the Yankees' 22nd spring training at George M. Steinbrenner Field. The complex was renamed for the Yankees' longtime Principal Owner on March 27, 2008, following two unanimous resolutions supporting the change issued by the Hillsborough County Commission and the Tampa City Council. The resolutions cited Mr. Steinbrenner's many charitable donations to youth activities, hospitals and the arts, and recognized his numerous extraordinary contributions to the area.

Renovations

During the 2016 and 2017 off-season, Steinbrenner Field underwent a $40 million renovation adding brand new stadium seating, a convenient and accessible main entrance, and over 5,000 square feet of retail space.

Also, new for the 2017 spring training season are major ballpark enhancements including new premium spaces and group party areas which are outlined below:

  • Loge boxes on the first and third base lines offer semi-private open-aired, canopied seating for four and access to the exclusive premium lounge, located on the upper level of the first base and third base Bullpen Clubs (detailed below).
  • Florida style Cabanas that provide an ultimate game day experience. This shaded private area is located in the right field alley in close proximity to the Right Field Pavilion.
  • A newly enhanced Right Field Pavilion, allowing fans to take in the game with the comfort and shade of a beachside bar.
  • The Left Field Deck, an enclosed and shaded group party area.
  • Bullpen Clubs, located on the first and third base lines, have two levels. The upper level has a shaded private bar area and is exclusive to Loge Box holders, Club Seat members and Private Groups. The lower level is a full-scale bar that is open to all patrons with valid tickets to that day's game.
Steinbrenner Field also offers 12 air-conditioned luxury suites with indoor and outdoor seating, and flat screen televisions.

Click here to learn more about GMS Field Renovations.

Directions

Address:
George M. Steinbrenner Field
1 Steinbrenner Drive
Tampa, FL 33614

From I-275:
Take I-275 to North Dale Mabry (US Highway 92), exit 41A. Proceed north approximately 3 miles. George M. Steinbrenner Field will be on your left.

From Tampa International Airport:
Proceed out the Airport exit to Spruce Street. Approximately 2 miles, make a left on North Dale Mabry (US Highway 92) for approximately 1 mile. George M. Steinbrenner Field will be on your left.

Parking

Yankees Spring Training
GAME DAY PARKING - $10

Game day parking is located across the street (East) from George M. Steinbrenner Field and is adjacent to Raymond James Stadium. Entrances to parking lots 1, 2,and 4 are located off Dr. Martin Luther King Boulevard and Himes Avenue. Once parked, fans will enter the stadium via the Dale Mabry crosswalk.

Yankees Spring Training
GAME DAY DISABLED PARKING - $10

Disabled Parking is available for patrons with disabled parking permits. Availability is on a first come first serve basis. Disabled parking overflow is available in the general parking lots EAST of George M. Steinbrenner Field with entrances off Dr Martin Luther King Boulevard.

Seating Map

GMS Field Seating Map

Stadium Policies

To ensure the safety of all and compliance with relevant laws and regulations, all individuals, purses, bags, and similar receptacles will be subject to search and inspection prior to entry into facility.

Failure to comply with Steinbrenner Field management will result in denial of entry.



George M. Steinbrenner Field Prohibited Items

Prohibited items include but are not limited to:

  • Aerosol cans (ex. mace, pepper spray or hairspray)
  • Backpacks, duffel bags, large bags and/or purses that exceed the 16x16x8 size limit
  • Bicycles, skateboards, roller blades or hover boards
  • Briefcases, coolers, other hard-sided bags or containers, including a suitcase or bag on wheels
  • Binocular cases and camera bags
  • Full size bats
  • Folding chairs and/or lawn chairs
  • Firearms, knives or weapons of any kind
  • Fireworks
  • Glass, plastic, aluminum bottles or cans
  • Laptop computers and TV sets
  • Laser pointers
  • Masks or costumes
  • Noisemakers that are not provided by the Yankees
  • Outside food and/or drinks, including water (unless for medical or religious conditions)
  • Outside alcoholic beverages, illegal drugs or substances
  • Pets (service animals permitted)
  • Projectiles
  • Signs larger than 11"x17"
  • Sticks/clubs, pom-poms with stick handles, poles, camera/"selfie" sticks, or extenders
  • Strollers (note: the Yankees are not responsible for any stroller left outside Steinbrenner Field)
  • Umbrellas
  • Unmanned aircraft systems and radio controlled model aircraft/drones (strictly prohibited on stadium property including parking lots, stadium exterior and inside the stadium)
  • Video or other equipment designed for videos and/or audio recording, including monopods/tripods
  • Visible obscene, indecent or inappropriate clothing
  • Water guns
  • Any device that may interfere with and/or distract any sport or event participants, other guest, audio/visual telecast or recording of the game or event
*There is no storage area for any items. Guests arriving by public transportation should take particular not to bring any prohibited items, as no exceptions will be made.

** The Yankees reserve the right to change or modify this policy without notice.


There will be no re-entry into Steinbrenner Field on game day.

Contact

George M. Steinbrenner Field
1 Steinbrenner Drive
Tampa, FL 33614

Phone: (813) 875-7753

Email: steinbrennerfield@yankees.com