Angel Stadium of Anaheim has been a California institution since 1966, when it became the home field for the Los Angeles Angels.
Originally the Anaheim Stadium, the Angel Stadium of Anaheim was renamed in 2003, just five years after a $100 million renovation of the stadium to convert it into a baseball-only space in 1998. The original stadium seated 43,250 people, but subsequent expansions have increased the seating capacity to around 45,500. Construction also added terraced outfield bullpens, courtyards and landscaping, a concourse expansion, additional restrooms and concession space, restaurants, a large broadcast booth and press box, luxury suites on the club and dugout levels, and the Pepsi Perfect Game Pavilion game area for youths. Post-expansion, the restroom count at the Angel Stadium of Anaheim is nearly 60, including four family restrooms. Dont miss your chance to experience live baseball action with Los Angeles Angels tickets!
While visiting the Angel Stadium of Anaheim, guests have the option to purchase a brick to make up the ballpark entrance. Messages or names can be inscribed in the brick, becoming a permanent part of the structure when the brick is installed. Souvenir replica bricks are available as a reminder of the guest’s contribution to the stadium.
In addition to the standard stadium seating, the Angel Stadium of Anaheim features 5,075 club seats and 76 luxury suites. The club seat tickets include access to the exclusive club level, Legends Hospitality in-seat wait service, two club lounges on the concourse above the Plaza Courtyard, and the Knothole Club restaurant. Of the stadium’s 76 luxury suites, 66 are located on the club level, including four large Party Suites that are great for family, friends, and co-workers. 12 Platinum Suites are also located on the club level. All suites include 12-36 guest tickets, parking, and food and beverage catering from Legends Hospitality. Suites are available on a per-game basis. In addition, ten dugout suites, with a capacity to seat 12 guests, are available for rent per game. The dugout suites provide a view that allows the suite guests to be even closer to home plate than the pitcher. Multiple suites can be rented for larger groups.?
Getting There and Getting In
The Angel Stadium of Anaheim contains more than 500 accessible companion seats, including all price levels. Four elevators are available in the stadium: two for use by all fans, two for club members only. For guests with limited mobility who do not require a wheelchair, two sets of escalators are available. Disabled parking is available at seven entrances: Gates 1-6 and Home Plate Gate. Staff can direct these vehicles to the appropriate spaces.
Parking & Directions
The Angel Stadium of Anaheim parking lot is accessible from Orangewood Avenue, Douglass Road, and State College Boulevard and opens two and a half hours before first pitch. Parking costs $10 per space, payable in cash only. At some games, preferred parking is available for double the normal price. Season ticket holders and suite holders with parking passes should use the Orangewood Avenue Express Entry Lane for fast entry and parking.? Public transportation is also available to the Angel Stadium of Anaheim. The Angels Express shuttle bus is available to most Los Angeles Angels games through Anaheim Resort Transportation. The Angels Express bus stops at Anaheim Gardenwalk, Downtown Disney, and the Anaheim Convention Center Grand Plaza on the way to the Angel Stadium of Anaheim. The bus runs for all Friday, Saturday, and Sunday games during the season, including holidays. Guests can also take Metrolink trains to the Angel Stadium of Anaheim for weekday games. The train conveniently stops at the Angel Stadium parking lot.