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Updated January 8, 2007 - New Nationals Ballpark Photo Gallery »

Mayor Anthony Williams, the D.C. Sports & Entertainment Commission and the Washington Nationals unveiled plans for a 41,000-seat state-of-the-art baseball stadium Tuesday, March 14, 2006 during a press conference at the Washington Convention Center.
Official Groundbreaking ceremony for the Nationals new stadium was May 4, 2006. Play Video » Video

Nationals Ballpark Quick Facts
Location: The stadium will be located in Southeast Washington along the Anacostia River bounded by South Capitol Street to the west, N Street to the north, First Street to the east and Potomac Avenue to the south.

Size: 41,000

Features: 22,000 seats in the lower bowl, 12,100 in the upper seating bowl, from where fans can see the U.S. Capitol building, 2,500 club seats, 1,112 suite seats, a 500-seat founder's club with indoor dining, and a 1,300- seat diamond club with indoor dining

Design By: The joint venture team of HOK/Devrouax-Purnell Architects was picked to design the stadium.

Bowl At Night
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Club Lounge
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Diamond Club
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Field Club
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Field To Bowl
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Washington Suites
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President Club
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Washington Suites
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