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Take the Train to the Game

New York is sports, and mass transit is the best way to see your teams and players in action. Beat traffic, tolls, parking headaches, and the cost of gas. Let the MTA take you to the games.
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New York Mets

Get to CitiField on the 7 subway or the Long Island Rail Road to Mets-Willets Point. Subway and train both add extra service after games. Or take Metro-North Railroad to Grand Central Terminal; it takes 30 minutes or less by subway to Mets-Willets Point. Click here for TripPlanner+ for specific directions from your location.

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New York Yankees

Get to Yankee Stadium on the D subway or 4 subway train to 161 St-Yankee Stadium. Or take a Metro-North Railroad train to Yankees-East 153rd Street. Click here for Metro-North game-day service information. There's direct weekend-game service from all the Hudson, Harlem, and New Haven Lines, as well as weekday service, and direct shuttle trains from Grand Central. Or take Long Island Rail Road to Penn Station; walk one block east to 34 St/Herald Sq to take the D subway to the stadium. Click here for TripPlanner+ for specific directions from your location.

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New York City Football Club

Get to Yankee Stadium on the D subway or 4 subway train to 161 St-Yankee Stadium. Or take a Metro-North Railroad shuttle train from Grand Central directly to Yankees/E 153 St. Click here for Metro-North game-day service information. Or take Long Island Rail Road to Penn Station; walk one block east to 34 St/Herald Sq to take the D subway to the stadium. Click here for TripPlanner+ for specific directions from your location.

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