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Stadium History

The original stadium was built in 1956, and served as the former Cactus League home of the Baltimore Orioles, Boston Red Sox, Chicago Cubs, Oakland A’s, and now the San Francisco Giants.

Construction began in April 1991 and the new Scottsdale Stadium opened it’s doors for Spring Training on March 12, 1992.

The facilities were renovated in 2005 to include a new team store, expanded clubhouse, baseball training and treatment room, batting tunnel, centerfield entrance, Charro Pavilion, and one and a half practice fields to the east of the stadium.

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. Designed by the creators of Camden Yards in Baltimore, the Stadium is adorned with turn-of-the-century lamps, framed antique baseball gloves, and sidewalk bricks in the shape of home plate.

Stadium Facts

City of Scottsdale
Helmuth, Obata & Kassabaum, Inc. (HOK)
San Francisco Giants, MLB & Arizona Fall League
Host Support Group
Scottsdale Charros
Seating Capacity
12,000 Total
3,688 Stadium Seats
4,500 Bleacher Seats
3,812 Berm Seats
Left Field Line: 360’
Right Field Line: 330’
Centerfield: 430’
Outfield Fence Height 10’
Eleven Total Acres. There are over 200 trees on the stadium grounds with the majority of trees are Shamel and Fan-Tex Ash, Chinese Elm, Chinese Pistache and Red Gum Eucalyptus.
  • Home and visiting locker rooms
  • Manager's office
  • Conference room
  • Training and treatment room
  • Kitchen
  • Laundry
  • The locker rooms and dugouts are intentionally oversized to accommodate the larger pre-season rosters.
  • State-of-the-art press facilities
  • Office Space
  • Team Store
  • Four Concession Stands
  • Four Novelty Stands
  • Multiple Ticket Booths
  • Private and Free Parking

The stadium playing field is Hybrid Tifgreen 328 Bermuda Grass, over-seeded in the winter with perennial rye grass. The field is constructed of 18 inches USGA specification greens grade sand. The entire turf area has a gravity fed drainage system. The field is irrigated with Hunter I-40 stainless steel rotors, the irrigation of the field and the entire landscape of the stadium is controlled by a Motorola computerized system. The turf areas of the stadium including playing field, seating berms, and other areas of landscape turf comprise nearly one quarter million square feet of grass.

Contact Information

Spring Training and Ticket Questions: 480-990-7972

City of Scottsdale - Stadium
7408 E. Osborn Road
Scottsdale, AZ 85251
P: 480-312-2173
[email protected]
Office Hours: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.