Below is a list of the top and leading Stadiums in Phoenix. To help you find the best Stadiums located near you in Phoenix, our team at Kev’s Best put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Phoenix’s Best Stadiums:
The top rated Stadiums in Phoenix are:
- Chase Field
- Camelback Ranch – Glendale
- GCU Stadium
- American Family Fields of Phoenix
- Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum
Chase Field remains to be a focal point in the downtown Phoenix sports scene. Those people who have seen a D-back game at the stadium swear to have had an exciting experience. With a million visitors each year, it is a significant economic contributor to the downtown Phoenix community. The stadium’s accessibility is the main reason for the surge of guests which is credited to their Access Committee. The committee is consists of a group of employees and volunteers that creates recommendations to venue managers for the audience to have ease of access to the place.
Team Shop, Lost & Founds, D-Backs Digital Experience, Parking
“Family and I went for Fanfest 2020 and it was great fun for the kids. The crowds were insane but what little we did participate in, the kids loved it. We were able to see the clubhouse and the locker rooms and even the dugouts which the kids loved.” -Sal Rubalcava
Camelback Ranch – Glendale
Camelback Ranch – Glendale is a world-class baseball venue seen in between the Ballpark Blvd. and Camelback Road. The Sonoran Desert inspired stadium provides an impressive walking trail, landscaped area, water features, and citrus groves bursting with oranges. This is aside from the top-of-the-line gaming facilities and playing fields constructed to please and provide comfort to baseball fans. It has 118,000 square feet of Minor and Major League clubhouses, three half-fields, and 13 full baseball fields. Camelback Ranch-Glendale has a seating capacity of 13,000, a party deck, 12 luxury suites, and 3,000 lawn seats.
Restrooms, Scoreboard Messages, Free Wi-Fi, First-Aid Room, ATM Bank Machine, Novelty Stores, Lost & Found
“Great ballpark. And huge. Free parking as well. And after parking, the walk through the other practice parks to get to the main field is amazing to look at. Very nice field.” -Tim Brewer
GCU Stadium made the men and women soccer players’ dreams come true when it was finally inaugurated on August 26, 2016. The Grand Canyon University players can now call the stadium their home. It is a stadium with a seating capacity of over 6,000 carrying an academic wing just below it. With a land area of 41,852-square-feet, it is capable of shading 3000 chairback seats. It is located in the middle of the GCU campus found in the eastern part of the Antelope Gym and near the Student Union.
Press Box, Lopes Team Store, Concession Stand, Team Locker Rooms, Satellite Training Room
“1st time here and it’s a nice stadium. The staff was friendly. GCU invited our church team CCV Stars Girls Soccer to do a scrimmage at half-time.” -Melissa Siqueiro
American Family Fields of Phoenix
American Family Fields of Phoenix is a recognized and celebrated Cactus League facility based on the western side of Phoenix. The modern architectured sports complex is where the Brewers Spring Training games always happen. It is a stadium that puts the crowd’s comfort and safety with its accessible and ample parking spaces. To provide an uninterrupted gamer’s view, the stadium is constructed with a recessed playing field and a shaded concourse area. It can accept 7,000 spectators and has a grassy outfield berm that allows fans to sit and enjoy the game better.
Parking, Recessed Playing Field, Shaded Concourse, Outfield Berm
“Had a great time. Went to 4 games, including a night game. The neighborhood is just fine, with plenty of security. Parking was just fine, no problems getting in or out. Beers are expensive but the same price as the other stadiums. The atmosphere was awesome, best fans in the league.” -Monty Ziebell
Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum
Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum is a 50-year old stadium that can be accessed from the Arizona State Fairgrounds area. 50 years from its founding, the facility has been a host to famous celebrities, personalities, religious figures, and politicians in the person of Pope John Paul II, Elvis, President Obama, and Cher. The stadium can accommodate 14,870 enthusiastic fans in its indoor arena that played host as well to a number of Phoenix Suns games from 1968 to 1992. Also happening at the venue are roller derby, indoor soccer, and minor and major league ice hockey.
ATM, First Aid, Parking, Restrooms, TTY Phones
“I enjoy the state fair at the Coliseum. I loved it as a child when it was home of the Phoenix Suns. I enjoyed a cool circus there with my family. I recently went to receive services from the Veterans Stand Down.” -Jared Metts
Amy Burford is a reporter for Kev’s Best. After graduating from UCLA, Amy got an internship at a local radio station and worked as a beat reporter and producer. Amy has also worked as a columnist for The Brookings Register. Amy covers economy and community events for Kev’s Best.