New York Yankees
George M. Steinbrenner Field
1 Steinbrenner Drive
Tampa, FL 33614
Attending a New York Yankees Game at Steinbrenner Field
Built in 1996, George M. Steinbrenner Field is a 31-acre complex centrally located in Tampa, Florida that serves as spring home to the New York Yankees and summer home to the Yankees class A affiliate, the Tampa Tarpons.
Located in the plaza at GMS Field, players like Babe Ruth, Joe DiMaggio, Mickey Mantle and the remainder of the Yankees’ retired numbers are displayed in Monument Park. GMS Field also features the largest Yankees memorabilia store in the Southeast. The Team Store offers hundreds of different products ranging from the New York Yankees, Tampa Tarpons, and GMS Field.
The design of GMS Field took on a new look prior to the 2017 season. A $40 million dollar renovation was completed with new fan experiences including all new seating options, social spaces for fans, expanded team store, shaded right field terrace, cabanas, and a 360 degree concourse and BayCare and St. Joseph Hospitals’ HealthZone Boardwalk for a view of the game at every angle.
The complex was renamed for the Yankees’ longtime Principal Owner in 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.
With the largest seating capacity among Grapefruit League stadiums, this complex features amenities such as luxury suites, an all-inclusive Spectrum Dugout Club, the unique Bullpen Club, Fifth Third Bank Third Base Club, pavilion for entertaining and much more.
GMS Field is also a year round special events venue hosting baseball tournaments, corporate events, and more. For more information on George M. Steinbrenner Field, visit www.gmsfield.com.
The 2023 season marks the Yankees 28th Spring Training at this location. The stadium was completed in 1996 and renovated prior to the 2018 season.
Pitchers and Catchers report Thursday, February 15. First Full Squad Workout, Monday, February 20.
Dimensions: 318 feet down left field foul line, 314 feet to right and 408 feet to center.
Seating Capacity: 11,076
Steinbrenner Field is also home to the Tampa Tarpons, the Yankees Low-A Southeast League affiliate
Directions to Steinbrenner Field
Find in Google Maps
From north or south: Take I-275 to Route 92 (Dale Mabry North) exit 41B. Proceed north approximately three miles. George M. Steinbrenner Field is on the corner of Dale Mabry and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard.
From Tampa 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.
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New York Yankees Florida Spring Training History
1925-42: St. Petersburg (Crescent Lake Park Field)
1946-50: St. Petersburg
1952-61: St. Petersburg (Al Lang Field)
1962-95: Ft. Lauderdale (Fort Lauderdale Stadium)
1996-present: Tampa (George M. Steinbrenner Field)
Yankees Spring Training Attendance
Tampa Bay Convention & Visitors Bureau, (813) 223-1111 or www.visittampabay.com
Other Nearby Spring Training Sites
- BayCare Ballpark, Clearwater, Home of the Philadelphia Phillies
17 miles to the West
- TD Ballpark, Dunedin, Home of the Toronto Blue Jays
23 miles to the West
- Publix Field at Joker Marchant Stadium, Lakeland, Home of the Detroit Tigers
40 miles to the East
- LECOM Park, Bradenton, Home of the Pittsburgh Pirates
46 miles to the South
- Ed Smith Stadium, Sarasota, Home of the Baltimore Orioles
57 miles to the South