Scottsdale Stadium Seating Chart

Scottsdale Stadium Seating Chart
••• Scottsdale Stadium Seating Chart. Courtesy City of Scottsdale, used with permission

Scottsdale Stadium is the Spring Training home of the San Francisco Giants. Don't confuse Scottsdale Stadium with Salt River Fields at Talking Stick (Arizona Diamondbacks and Colorado Rockies) which is also in Scottsdale, but farther north. In addition to Spring Training Baseball, Scottsdale Stadium also hosts Arizona Fall League baseball games and other special events. Scottsdale Stadium is one of ten Cactus League stadiums in the Phoenix area where the 15 MLB teams play Spring Training Baseball.

 

This is an open-air stadium was originally built in 1956 and began hosting Spring Training Baseball in 1992. Games here are subject to weather issues. In March, it might be sunny and hot, or it might be rainy and windy. Let's hope for sunny and warm! Here are some highlights about past March weather data. Take a look at some pictures of the stadium where you can see sunny vs. shady areas.

San Francisco Giants: see the current Spring Training schedule, ticket information and more.

There are about 12,000 seats at the stadium, nearly 4,000 or which are berm seating. Use this stadium seating chart to determine where your seats will be at Scottsdale Stadium. Berm tickets (outfield grass) are reasonably priced at less than $10 per ticket. Bring low lawn chairs or a blanket. On a nice day, people with berm tickets often get there an hour before game time to grab a good spot, have a snack and enjoy the sunshine.

Another seating option is the right field Charro Lodge/Pavilion. This is a great place for a party, for entertaining clients at the game, or just for a unique game experience. Read more about sitting in the Charro Lodge.

My tips about attending Giants Spring Training games at Scottsdale Stadium.

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