Opened in 2000, the stadium seats 41,915 fans and is located in the South of Market (SoMa) neighborhood of San Francisco, California. Take a look at a seating chart for the ballpark if you are in the market for tickets.
AT&T Park Tours
AT&T Park offers fans an up close tour of the ballpark, which includes a behind-the-scenes and up close look at the following:
The Field Warning Track
A Major League Dugout
Visitors’ Indoor Batting Cage
The Visitors’ Clubhouse
The Press Box
A Luxury Suite
In addition to the tour, other elements of note at AT&T Park are the right field wall in honor of Willie Mays that stands 24 feet high (Mays wore number 24 if you didn’t know) as well as McCovey Cove just beyond the wall. The cove is a part of San Francisco Bay where many “splash hits” have landed – home runs scaling the wall and out of the ballpark into the bay.
There also four statues outside the ballpark honoring great Giants players of the past – Willie Mays, Willie McCovey, Juan Marichal and Orlando Cepeda.
AT&T Park Events & Schedule
In addition to being the home field of the Giants, AT&T Park will also serve as the host for the semifinals and finals of the World Baseball Classic. Check out a listing of events below and find the best deals on tickets right here at SeatGeek.