Tigers reveal designs for additional seating and a new home plate club at Comerica Park.

The Detroit Tigers intend to build a deluxe seating and club section behind home plate at Comerica Park. The Home Plate Club, set to launch in the 2025 season, was announced on Thursday by the team.


Two seating sections will grant entry to the club: premium seats directly behind home plate, offering the closest view to the field; and loge boxes, which are semi-enclosed units positioned in the walkway of the seating bowl, just above the area of seats nearest to home plate.

The club itself will have a private entrance, all-inclusive premium food and beverages, private restrooms and in-seat service.

“The announcement of our Home Plate Club and Loge Boxes showcases our organization’s ongoing commitment to providing a first-class fan and player experience,” Ryan Gustafson, President and CEO of Ilitch Sports + Entertainment, said in a release. “Our goal is to continue investing and creating a variety of best-in-class experiences for all fans. Adding exclusive, premium seating options is feedback we’ve heard consistently, and we are thrilled to unveil these exciting upgrades during the 2025 season.”

The upgraded seating options are expected to be ready by Opening Day, while the club itself is likely to be completed at some point during the 2025 season.

The area where the club will sit is currently a sunken area behind home plate used for equipment storage, grounds crew operations and umpire locker rooms.
While the Tigers are working on that section, they also plan to upgrade the adjacent weight room for the visiting team and the umpires’ lounge.

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