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Upgrades on tap at Wrigley Field

As part of the Chicago Cubs ongoing efforts to restore and modernise Wrigley Field, the club is introducing a slew of new premier experiences.

Several more premier clubs are set to be introduced with seats featuring prime views and access to an exclusive club and first-class amenities.

Inspired by the inaugural year of baseball’s most majestic ballpark, the American Airlines 1914 Club celebrates the rich history of the Friendly Confines in the comfort of a well-appointed space with modern amenities.

The 1914 Club lounge will feature a variety of food and drink options and will be constructed under sections of seating behind home plate.

The Maker’s Mark Barrel Room, located just beyond the visitors’ dugout, will capture the allure of old-school Chicago.

As Wrigley Field’s original speakeasy, members of this intimate club will enjoy incomparable artisan menus, mixologist-crafted cocktails and liquor lockers to store their private stash. This underground gem provides an exclusive view of the visitors’ batting tunnel.

The W Club, located on the third-base side, celebrates the unique tradition of Wrigley Field and remarkable talent of Cubs greats.

Members will enjoy home field advantage with an exclusive view of the Cubs’ batting tunnel and one-of-a-kind memorabilia on display.

Meanwhile, the Catalina Club, located behind home plate in the upper level, boasts a panoramic view of Wrigley Field, shots of the Chicago skyline and a glimpse of Lake Michigan.

Inspired by one of the Cubs’ early spring training homes, members of this club will enjoy indoor and outdoor patios and unique culinary experiences.

Retractable glass walls allow guests to take in the sights, sounds and summer breeze in this next-level club.