Located in Cincinnati, Ohio, the Great American Ball Park is known mostly for being the home of the Cincinnati Reds the city’s MLB baseball team. The ball park originally opened in 2003 and was designed to replace the Riverfront Stadium in downtown; a stadium that had been the teams for decades. After years of planning the new stadium officially broke ground in 2000 and after three years of waiting fans were rewarded with the Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati. The ball park is now seen as a staple in the city and one of the most significant constructions in the entire area. Currently the stadium holds 42,319 fans at each and every home game.