Like every other professional stadium in the area, Globe Life Park in Arlington is considered to be among the best in the nation for the primary sport that it hosts. Home of Major League Baseball's Texas Rangers, this facility that sits on a 1.4 million square foot complex in Arlington, proudly represents the state of Texas with Lone Stars displayed on the concourses and seating areas and Texas architecture throughout the ballpark. Its beautiful limestone and granite facade, exposed structural steel, and home run porch give the ballpark a traditional feeling despite its relative short existence. The ballpark features club level seating, more than 100 suites, Coca-Cola Sports Park for interactive games, activities, and special events, and A 17,000 square foot Legends of the Game Baseball Museum with over 135 items on loan from the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown. The complex sits on a very scenic area that contains a 12 acre lake, a youth ballpark, a grass amphitheater, and a picnic area.
An attraction in itself, this Major League Ballpark is not only home to the Texas Rangers Baseball Club, but is host to college conference championships, corporate fantasy camps and high school exhibitions as well.
With a seating capacity of 49,178, 10 parking lots, 102 concession stands, two upscale restaurants, 118 luxury suites, seven scoreboards, and a Bermuda Tiffway 419 playing surface, Rangers Ballpark in Arlington is THE place to play baseball.
The Ballpark Seating Capacity: 49,178 (Meeting)
Diamond Club: 500 (Banquet); 100 (Reception)
Legends Museum: 300 (Banquet); 800 (Reception)
Theater: 259 (Meeting)
48114 Maximum Seating
1994 Year Built