The stadium houses "The Mets Hall of Fame & Museum" that opened on 5th April 2010. The museum has plaques bestowed to the legendary players of the New York Mets, the team's World Series trophies from 1969 and 1986, and other memorial archives.
Around $615 million of the total amount of money which was spent on the construction of the stadium had been funded by public subsidies.
The Citi Field is a stadium, situated in Flushing Meadows–Corona Park, New York City. The construction work to build this magnificent stadium commenced on 13th November 2006 in which an estimated amount of US$900 million was spent. The global architectural firm Populous (formerly known as HOK Sport). The stadium opened its gate to college games on 29th March 2009, to exhibition games on 3rd April 2009 and to regular season games on 13th April 2009. The stadium is operated by the New York Mets and owned by the City of New York. It was built as a replacement of the former Shea Stadium. The Citi Field has been the home of the New York Mets of the Major League Baseball (MLB) since its inception.
English singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Paul McCartney performed at the stadium as a part of his Summer Live "09 Tour" on 17th, 18th, and 21st July 2009.
The stadium played host to the 2013 MLB All-Star Game, held on 16th July. A record number of 45,186 fans visited the stadium to watch the performance.
The stadium was selected to host four games of 2015 NLCS (National League Championship Series). They were held on 12th, 13th, 17th and 18th October.
The 2016 National League Wild Card Game between the Mets and the Giants was held here on 5th October 2016. The event was witnessed by 44,747 spectators.
American singer Beyoncé performed at the stadium as a part of "The Formation World Tour" on 7th and 8th June 2016.
It hosted three games of the 2015 World Series, held on 30th and 31st October and 1st November.