Peoria Sports Complex
Peoria Sports Complex in March 2008
|Location||16101 N. 83rd Avenue|
Peoria, AZ 85382
|Owner||City of Peoria |
|Operator||San Diego Padres|
|Capacity||12,339 (majority seated, minority berms) |
|Field size||Left Field: 340 ft|
Center Field: 410 ft
Right Field: 340 ft
|Construction cost||$7.7 million |
|San Diego Padres (MLB) (spring training) (1994–present)|
Seattle Mariners (MLB) (spring training) (1994–present)
Peoria Javelinas (AFL) (1994–present)
Peoria Saguaros (AFL) (1994–2010)
Arizona League Mariners (AZL) (1994–present)
Arizona League Padres (AZL) (1994–2000, 2004–present)
Arizona League Padres 2 (AZL) (2017–present)
Arizona United SC (USL)
Hokkaido Nippon-Ham Fighters (NPB) (spring training) (2016–2017)
The Peoria Sports Complex is a baseball complex located in Peoria, Arizona, a suburb of Phoenix, near Peoria's main shopping district on Bell Road. It consists of the main baseball stadium (Peoria Stadium) and 12 practice fields. It is one of six facilities to host Arizona Fall League games. The capacity of Peoria Stadium is approximately 12,000.
During spring training, it is the home stadium of both the San Diego Padres and the Seattle Mariners, who play in the spring training Cactus League. Both teams are leased to hold spring training there through the year 2034.
The complex has also been a site of the Vans Warped Tour every summer since 2002.
The complex is also home to a number of other events. The site has hosted multiple youth baseball tournaments, while also hosting city events and being available as a potential wedding venue for couples.
- "Facility History and Facts" (PDF). www.peoriasportscomplex.com. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2014-10-06. Retrieved 2014-09-18.
- "Peoria Sports Complex gets upgrades for spring training". YourWestValley.com. February 14, 2015. Archived from the original on March 21, 2016. Retrieved February 6, 2016.
- "Padres, Mariners extend lease with Peoria". Foxsportsarizona.com. March 5, 2012. Retrieved 2012-03-07.
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