Club Box Infield seating is located on the closest tier to the field, and spans from first base to the third base, including behind home plate. While Wrigley Field refers to these seats as Club, they do not offer any of the typical club amenities you might find at other parks. However, from here fans will be treated to some of the best views in the ballpark as you stay close to the field of play, and have excellent views of the action in the infield.
Aisles 12-15 are located directly behind the Cubs dugout, while aisles 27-31 are located directly behind the visitors dugout. Fans in aisles 16-26 should be prepared to have limited opportunities to catch foul balls as they are protected by the screen behind home plate.
Aisles 19 and 22 offers to closest thing to Scout Seats at Wrigley as it is located directly behind home plate, offering a tremendous view of every pitch.
One of the biggest trade-offs in being so close to the field is that you will rarely see shade during sunny day games. Seats on the third base side will get the sun at their back sooner than those on the first base side, but it is best to be prepared for a good amount of sun when sitting in the Club Box Infield for a day game.