The capacity of the Yankees' new stadium is 53,000 fans and around 33,400 when soccer is played.
With the opening of the new Yankees stadium in 2009, the original had to be demolished in 2010 and a park named Heritage Field was built in its place.
The Babe Ruth Place is located outside the stadium, on 161st Street. It pays tribute and recounts the life of the Yankees' top star in porcelain images.
The Yankees' new stadium also has 51 luxury suites, parks, shops, an art gallery, a conference center, and a museum.
Since 2015, the stadium is also the headquarters of New York City FC football team. For this purpose the court is adapted by fitting sheets of lawn to eliminate the mound. The capacity of stands is also reduced.
Next to the stadium's central steps, there are snack bars with USB connection, craft beer service, and a wide variety of food and cocktails.
In the Monument Park, 37 distinguished members of the Yankee organization have been honored and 22 numbers used by emblematic players have been withdrawn. The monuments mounted in blocks of red granite are those of greater honor.
The Monument Park is an open-air museum located in the current Yankees Stadium. It is a replica of the one that was in the old stadium and it´s dedicated to the stars and distinguished members of the Yankees.
Before the Yankees' stadium existed, the baseball team played on land called Polo Grounds in Manhattan, which they shared with the NY Giants since 1913.