A record setter on multiple fronts, Oakland Coliseum (formerly Overstock.com Coliseum) presents live baseball and football action with Athletics tickets and Oakland Raiders tickets. The coliseum is the only U.S. stadium that serves as a full-time home to both a Major League Baseball team and an NFL team.
The Oakland Coliseum, along with the neighboring Oracle Arena, is part of the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum complex. The stadium opened in 1966, serving as home to the Major League Baseball Oakland Athletics from 1968 onwards. In the 1982 season, Athletics player Rickey Henderson stole 130 bases, earning him the nickname 'Man of Steal' and making history with a record that may never be broken. At Oakland Coliseum, there are more than 15 seating options. The stadium can seat 35,000 in its baseball configuration and 53,000 in its football configuration.Oakland Coliseum features 6,300 club seats and 143 luxury suites, with 2,700 club seats and 125 luxury suites available for Athletics games.
Getting There and Getting In
Parking & Directions
Oakland Coliseum is located at 7000 Coliseum Way in Oakland, California. Situated close to the freeway, the stadium is easy to reach from any direction.
From the Oakland International Airport, Oakland Coliseum is only minutes away. From Airport Drive, turn right onto Hegenberger Road. Take Hegenberger Road to S Coliseum Way.
From the San Francisco International Airport, take US-101 N to I-80 E. Exit toward Alameda/Airport/San Jose to merge onto I-880 S. Take the exit to Hegenberger Road, then turn left onto S Coliseum Way. From San Mateo, San Jose, San Francisco, Sacramento, Contra Costa County, or Marin County, guests can take I-880 to the 66th Avenue exit. Follow signs to reach Oakland Coliseum.
Upon arriving at the stadium, guests will find several parking options. Oakland Coliseum has 11 parking lots, including designated bus and RV parking. Disabled parking spaces are available in the four main parking lots (A, B, C, and D). Guests who wish to take public transit can use the Bay Area Rapid Transit system (BART). Take the train to the Coliseum BART Station and walk over the pedestrian bridge to reach the Oakland Coliseum and Oracle Arena grounds. The AirBART offers direct shuttle service to the airport. The Capitol Corridor train also stops at Oakland Coliseum.