Scottsdale Stadium is a ballpark located in Scottsdale, Arizona, United States. Designed by the architect of the Baltimore Orioles’ Camden Yards, Populous, the stadium was expanded to its current state in 1992 and holds 12,000 people. It has been the spring training home of the San Francisco Giants since 1984, when the capacity was just 4,721.
Contact Us and Learn More. Scottsdale Stadium is located in the middle of our scenic downtown and a short walk from a wide selection of restaurants, clubs and galleries. Scottsdale Stadium is home to some of Scottsdale's most celebrated occasions.
Scottsdale Stadium. Located in the middle of historic Old Town, Scottsdale Stadium sits on the corner of Osborn Rd and Drinkwater Blvd. This venue, built in 1955 and updated throughout the years, serves as the Spring Training home for the San Francisco Giants in February and March.
A new trolley route from Scottsdale Fashion Square and Scottdale Stadium has been added for Spring Training. Spring Training Trolley Route. The Scottsdale Civic Center Park is currently closed for renovations. Use this walking map to help you easily, and safely, make your way to enjoy the game.
Scottsdale Stadium is the home of high ticket prices, and there is very little parking at the ball park. The scoreboard is outdated along with the rest of the stadium. We are Giant fans now living in the Valley but we will never spend another dime here.
The San Francisco Giants report to Scottsdale on February 14. Games begin February 24. Watch your favorite players and prospects play at Scottsdale Stadium. Tickets are on sale now.
Nestled in the heart of historic Old Town Scottsdale and surrounded by art galleries, restaurants and boutique shops, the Stadium has become the home of not only the San Francisco Giants and the Arizona Fall League, but also numerous special events, festivals, concerts and parties.
Located in the heart of downtown, Scottsdale Stadium is easily accessible by foot, bike or trolley (free). Limited public parking is available at the Scottsdale Library and Civic Center and other nearby lots. Free Trolley Information.
Scottsdale Stadium. Scottsdale Stadium takes up 11 acres in the heart of the city's downtown and can rightfully make the claim as spring training's most urban ballpark. It stands on a busy city thoroughfare just three blocks from Old Town Scottsdale and directly across the street from the Scottsdale HonorHealth Hospital.
The team is averaging around 6,000 fans per game so far for spring training 2023. It’s a casual crowd, as are most spring training crowds, but there is an enormous baseball crowd every game. Scottsdale Stadium Fans in Stands, Photo by Meg Minard, Stadium Journey.