A comparison of Rosenblatt Stadium and TD Ameritrade Park by the numbers


by Paul Fiarkoski

The iconic Rosenblatt Stadium hosted the College World Series in Omaha from 1950 to 2010. In 2011, the series moved to TD Ameritrade Park in downtown Omaha where it is still played today. How the stadiums compare

Rosenblatt Stadium TD Ameritrade Park
Total Seating Capacity 23,100 24,000
Outfield Dimensions (in feet) LF – 335, LCF – 375 Same
C – 408, RC – 375, RF – 335 Same
Home Plate to First Row Seats 60 Feet 52 Feet
Average Concourse Width 20 Feet 32 Feet – Infield 30 Feet – Outfield
Leg Room Between Rows Varies From 30 to 36 Inches All 36 Inches
Number of Elevators 2 4
Total Cost $25 million* $ 128 million
CWS ticket prices (GA) $ 7 $ 8
CWS ticket prices (reserved) $ 22 $ 28

*Estimates as of 2011 open of TD Ameritrade Park. Includes initial build cost plus improvements over the years; not adjusted for inflation.

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2 responses to “A comparison of Rosenblatt Stadium and TD Ameritrade Park by the numbers

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