Blue Jays introduce three new premium clubs, opening during the 2024 season as part of next phase of Rogers Centre renovations

April 18th, 2023

On the heels of fans first experiencing the newly renovated Rogers Centre Outfield District, the Toronto Blue Jays today announce three new premium clubs, opening during the 2024 season as part of the next phase of Rogers Centre renovations.

The new premium clubs will be located beneath a completely reimagined lower bowl, connected to the best seats in the ballpark, with entertainment experiences. Each club offers a differentiated experience to satisfy unique fan interests, with personalized level of service including private members entrance and in-seat dining. Capacities are limited and are available as full or multi-season memberships.

“The types of entertainment experiences fans are looking for have evolved dramatically since Rogers Centre opened in 1989, and our ballpark currently has among the fewest premium experience options compared to MLB and other entertainment venues in Toronto,” said Mark Shapiro, President & CEO, Toronto Blue Jays. “The next phase of renovations will introduce more of the amenities we know Blue Jays fans want – compelling premium experiences that uniquely cater to the Greater Toronto Area.”

Three New Premium Clubs

1. Batting Tunnel Club (behind home plate – third base side) – for passionate fans to enjoy an authentic – yet elevated – sports bar atmosphere, punctuated by direct views over the home dugout and into the Blue Jays batting cage; design and décor feature memorabilia and tributes celebrating the team’s greatest moments

2. Home Plate Club (directly behind home plate) – from all access to exclusive, the Home Plate Club is the very best that Rogers Centre has to offer with an unprecedented culinary experience, prestigious best-in-ballpark ‘In the Action’ seats, and the only membership with access to all three clubs

3. The Lounge (behind home plate – first base side) – a private and intimate atmosphere with Blue Jays baseball as the backdrop, where fans can proudly host colleagues, family, and friends; as the largest of the three clubs, fans can seamlessly flow between work and play with an expanded culinary menu, live preparation chef’s table, in-club entertainment from pre to postgame, and a professional ambiance for hosting

Current Blue Jays Season Ticket Members have first access to the new clubs and will receive information directly from their dedicated account manager. Interested fans can secure early access by placing a deposit and explore more information on the new clubs at

Construction on the premium clubs gets underway at the end of the 2023 season. The Blue Jays look forward to sharing the full scope of the next phase of renovation work later this season. Fans and media can continue to explore the multi-year Rogers Centre renovations at


About Rogers Centre Renovations

On July 28, 2022, the Toronto Blue Jays announced a more than $300 million privately funded renovation, to be completed between 2024 and 2025, that will transform Rogers Centre from a stadium into a ballpark through a series of projects focused on modernizing the fan experience and building world-class player facilities. 

The ribbon was cut on the first phase of work on April 6, 2023, unveiling a new Outfield District, featuring five distinct neighbourhoods and many additional new social spaces. The Outfield District first opened to fans at the Blue Jays Home Opener on April 11, 2023.

Rogers Centre was conceptualized as a multi-purpose stadium when it opened in 1989 and had not previously undergone a large-scale renovation in its history.