Below is a list of the top and leading Stadiums in San Antonio. To help you find the best Stadiums located near you in San Antonio, our team at Kev’s Best put together our own list based on this rating points list.
San Antonio’s Best Stadiums:
The top rated Stadiums in San Antonio are:
- Heroes Stadium
- David C. Dickson Stadium
- Gustafson Stadium
- Toyota Field
Alamodome channels both the advantages of a dome and convention center with its unique structure. The City of San Antonio owned stadium has a large area that can house numerous tradeshows and assemblies. It has been a preferred facility for conventions, trade events, and concerts namely Disney on Ice, Valero Alamo Bowl, and the Monster Jam. Alamodome housed the NBA World Champion San Antonio Spurs from the year 1993 to 2002. In June 2013, George Strait had a concert at the stadium which attracted 73,086 people, the highest concert record attendance in San Antonio.
Food & Beverage, Parking, Disabled Services
“Went to see MercyMe and Jeremy Camp. The acoustics were awesome! We were a little higher up than I thought we’d be. The seating chart is a little deceiving but we still had a wonderful time! It’s been a while since I’ve been to the Alamodome. There are so many food options to choose from. 😊” -Nicole Parker
Heroes Stadium is a football stadium that has an impressive 11,000 seating capacity. It provides the North East Independent Scholl District an open style sports venue for all its soccer, football, track and field, and band programs. The venue is a great place for high school students to harness their skills in various athletic events and eventually gear them up for future competitive events. It received attention particularly on August 27, 2010, when a game between the Steele Knights of Cibolo and Madison Mavericks was held here.
Concessions, Locker Rooms, Restrooms, Press Box
“Incredible stadium. We were visitors multiple times. Great concession! Clean place!” -Val Gonzales
David C. Dickson Stadium
David C. Dickson Stadium provides a 2,260 seating capacity to baseball spectators, box seats behind the home plate, and left-field berm seating area. The sports venue was constructed at the same spot where the historic V.J. Keefe Field is located. Its steel structure was purposely built on the old structure that played host to the Ratter games for more than 50 years. The stadium was built for the purpose of hosting summer youth league competitions and highschool playoff events.
Youth Sports Clinics, Athlete Autograph-Signing, Festivals & Concerts, Food & Beverage
Address: 1 Camino Santa Maria, San Antonio, TX 78228
Phone: (210) 431-4311
“Place of fun in the sun come St Mary Rattler baseball season. .GO RATTLERS GO!!!!” -Peggy Smith
Gustafson Stadium implements a set of strict rules for the fans and audiences to follow. One of them is the strict prohibition of goal post decorations, live animals, noisemakers, balloons, outside food and drinks, strollers, and drones. Another is the restriction of mascots, replicas, musical instruments, and individuals inside the field except for those authorized persons. Tickets are a person’s pass to enter the stadium so it should be always on hand but upon leaving the stadium another ticket must be purchase since the ticket is only valid for a single entry.
Food Bank Distribution, Outdoor Programs
“Everyone was so Awsome and helpful and Joyful and Loving. Thank you everyone for helping our family. Thank you, Jesus Christ and San Antonio Food Bank.” -Rosie Gast
Toyota Field’s security features include the use of a magnetometer or a walk-through metal detector in all of its entrance areas. This provides a sense of security not only to the management but to fans and guests as well. Cameras, cellphones, and keys should be removed while undergoing the magnetometer screening process. The stadium is situated close to the Heroes Stadium, STAR Soccer Complex, and Morgan’s Wonderland. It was opened to the public on April 13, 2013, and has since been known as a stadium dedicated only to soccer events.
Parking, Shop, Food & Beverage, Restrooms
“Went to a party here in one of their suites. Service was awesome and the way the rooms are oriented makes watching the game super comfortable. Loved it! Will be back.” -Alex Y.
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.