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About Goodyear Ballpark

Goodyear Ballpark

Goodyear Ballpark is a baseball stadium that’s located in Goodyear, Arizona, which is located just west of Phoenix. It primarily serves as the spring training home for both the Cincinnati Reds and Cleveland Indians. Both clubs use the park to host exhibition games during spring training. Since the city of Goodyear owns the stadium, it’s often used for community events when it’s not hosting spring training games. Goodyear Ballpark opened in 2009 and has a capacity of just over 10,000 fans for games.

Where are the Best Places to Sit at Goodyear Ballpark

Typically, the best places to sit at Goodyear Ballpark are right behind home plate in sections 110-114. These seats will get fans as close to the action as possible and keep them protected behind the screen. Meanwhile, sections 107-109 and 115-117 are located behind the dugouts and provide a close view of the infield. Keep in mind that Cincinnati uses the third-base dugout while Cleveland uses the first-base dugout. There is also berm seating available throughout large sections of the outfield, although there are no seats, as fans will sit on the grass.

Tips for Visiting Goodyear Ballpark

While not every seat at Goodyear Ballpark is behind home plate or right on top of the field, there are very few bad seats in the stadium. In fact, the further down each foul line and the higher up you sit, the better your view will be the mountains that provide great scenery for many of Arizona’s spring training stadiums. It’s also worth noting that the concourse goes completely around the stadium and offers a view of the field at every turn, making it possible to enjoy a walk around the ballpark without missing the action.

Food to Try at Goodyear Ballpark

Goodyear Ballpark offers food options that are native to both Cleveland and Cincinnati. The 1901 Charter Grille handles Cleveland specialties, including the Cleveland Polish Boy and the Chili Cheeseburger. Likewise, the Queen City Grill has the Cincinnati Skyline Coney. There are also vendors inside the stadium that offer gourmet burgers and specialty hot dogs, including the Desert Dweller, the Cheesesteak Dog, and the Taquito Dog. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Where is Goodyear Ballpark located?

Goodyear Ballpark is located just west of Pheonix in Goodyear, Arizona.

What kind of events does Goodyear Ballpark host?

Goodyear Ballpark events are always centered around baseball, as well as community events. 

Which team is playing at Goodyear Ballpark?

The stadium is primarily used as the spring training home for both the Cincinnati Reds and Cleveland Indians.

Where can I park for free at Goodyear Ballpark?

There are a number of parking lots available for Goodyear Ballpark events. Prices will vary depending on the lot.

What is the seating capacity of Goodyear Ballpark?

Goodyear Ballpark sporting events can host up to 10,000 cheering fans. 

Who owns Goodyear Ballpark?

Goodyear Ballpark is owned by Goodyear.

How do I get to Goodyear Ballpark using public transport?

Fans wishing to reach Goodyear Ballpark events by public transport have bus routes and taxi services at their disposal.