The Miami Marlins play at Marlins Park in the Little Havana section of Miami, Florida. The Miami ballpark is a superb venue for viewing a Major League Baseball game during warm summer days in south Florida. Visit the Miami Marlins Seating Chart for a detailed overview of the available seating areas throughout Marlins Park.

Marlins Park is divided into multiple seating areas spread across three levels of the facility: Marlins The Clevelander, Marlins Suites, Marlins Diamond Club, Marlins Dugout Club, Marlins Hall of Fame Club, Marlins Legends, Marlins Clubhouse Box, Marlins Home Plate Box, Marlins Base Reserved, Marlins Baseline Reserved, Marlins Bullpen Reserved, Marlins Vista Box, Marlins Home Run Porch, and Marlins Vista Reserved. The best seats at Marlins Park are based on the price paid for the ticket to a Marlins Game. Since the Miami Marlins use a variable pricing model which changes the price of individual game tickets based on opposition and day-of-the-week, the best value in Marlins tickets changes on a per-game basis.

Marlins Park has served as the home for the Miami Marlins since Major League Baseball’s 2012 season. The team formerly played at Sun Life Stadium which they shared with the Miami Dolphins of the National Football League. The Marlins changed their name from the Florida Marlins to the Miami Marlins to correspond with the move to their new ballpark. Marlins Park was built on the former site of the Miami Orange Bowl with financing provided by the team, City of Miami, and Miami-Dade County.

The dimensions of Marlins Park are:

  • 47 feet to the Backstop
  • 344 feet to Left Field
  • 386 feet to Left-Center
  • 416 feet to Center Field
  • 392 feet to Right-Center
  • 335 feet to Right Field

Marlins Park also features an indented area of left-center field known as the “Bermuda Triangle” after a similar feature at Sun Life Stadium. Bermuda Triangle at Marlins Park sits just below a colorful display that lights up whenever the Marlins hit a home run.

The capacity of Marlins Park is 36,742 with a full capacity of 37,442 when standing-room only fans are included. See the Marlins Park seating chart or read through the rest of for more information about the different seating areas throughout the ballpark.

Marlins Park: Home of the Miami Marlins

Marlins Park: Home of the Miami Marlins
View of the front entrance to Marlins Park: Home of the Miami Marlins