- Address: 333 West 35th Street, Chicago
- Country: United States
- Capacity: 40,000
- Opened: 18 April 1991
- Main use: Baseball
- Tenants: Chicago White Sox (baseball)
Extra stadium info – Guaranteed Rate Field
The construction costs of the venue were $167 million. It was known as the US Cellular Field before it became the Guaranteed Rate Field. The stadium hosted its first Major League Baseball All-Star Game in 2003. 47,000 people attended the baseball match. The Chicago White Sox baseball club, one of the first sports clubs from Illinois with 1 million followers on its main social media page, moved to the Guaranteed Rate Field in 1991.
The World Series
The White Sox won multiple World Series titles. In 1906, they won the World Series for the first time in their history after beating the Chicago Cubs. It was the fourth edition of the World Series. The 1906 World Series consisted of six matches. The Chicago White Sox faced the Chicago Cubs in all those matches. The White Sox won four of those six matches. The first game of the 1906 World Series took place on 9 October 1906. The game, which was won by the Chicago White Sox, took place in Chicago in front of 12,000 fans.
More World Series titles
In 1917, the Chicago White Sox won their second World Series title. The 1917 World Series consisted of six matches. Four of those six matches ended in a victory for the White Sox. The first of those six matches took place in Chicago. 32,000 spectators showed up for the game, which was won by the Chicago White Sox. In 2005, the White Sox won their third World Series title after defeating the Houston Astros from Texas. They won all four 2005 World Series games. The first game in the 2005 World Series took place at the Guaranteed Rate Field. A crowd of 41,000 attended the match.