Box Office
15850 N. Bullard Ave.
Surprise AZ, 85374
Phone: 623·222·2222

About Surprise Stadium

Discover fresh, open-air venues with dynamic mountain views that will exceed your expectations. The nationally acclaimed Surprise Recreation Campus offers over 200 acres of recreational space, including a Major League Baseball Spring Training stadium.

Seating Capacity: 10,714 seats

Field Size: 350 feet to the left foul pole; 400 feet to center field; 379 feet to the right field foul pole

Turf: Grass

Features & Attractions

  • 10,714 Fixed Seats & 3,000 lawn seats
  • Michelob Ultra Legends Deck- exclusive seating area on the 1st base line that offers fans the ultimate game-day experience with an all-inclusive premium meal catered by one of many featured restaurant favorites, drink voucher, reserved seat and access to a private bar with additional entertainment.
  • Huss Container Bar – Surprise’s version of the classic rooftop deck, while enjoying the best in local Arizona beer.
  • Desert Diamond Casino West Valley Lawn Suites - When you think of a picnic, you think of a green grass setting with beautiful views. The Desert Diamond West Valley Lawn Suite offers just that in addition to the ideal baseball picnic spot. Set in the beautiful lawn at Surprise Stadium, this comfy picnic style setting offers your own comfy Adirondack chairs reserved lawn seating with the perfect view.
  • Suites - Six newly renovated personal air-conditioned Suites at Surprise Stadium. The Private Suites are a great way to enjoy a spring training game with family or friends or entertain clients in a relaxed setting.
  • Daktronics videoboard 

Royals & Rangers Baseball Quads (Practice Complex)

The Royals and Rangers Practice Complex features eight Major League fields, two stretching fields and two bunting fields, as well as pitching galleries and batting cages positioned throughout. The facility is perfectly set up for multi-game competitions, showcases and large sporting events year round. Outfields can be set up for multipurpose events.

Texas Rangers & Kansas City Royals Practice Complex

Field Size: Standard Fields - up to 350 feet to foul poles; up to 400 feet to center field, 90 foot base paths

Turf: Grass

Other Amenities: Dugouts, batting tunnel, food service/concession space, restrooms, locker rooms, scouting tower, award-winning grounds crew, parking, pitching galleries and seating.

Mark Coronado Park

Mark Coronado Park is a concert and festival planner’s dream! With eight acres of fenced in space, full lighting and infrastructure, it’s the ideal setting for festivals, concerts, weddings, and sporting events like soccer, lacrosse, and more! The park has plenty of parking, sits adjacent to Surprise Stadium and is within walking distance to three hotels, Surprise Tennis & Racquet Complex and Surprise City Center.

Field Size: 8 acres

Turf: Grass

Other Amenities: Full field lighting, fully enclosed fencing, power, restrooms and gated entry

Stadium Events & Happenings


  • Sanderson Ford College Baseball Classic

  • Spring Training at Surprise Stadium


  • Spring Training at Surprise Stadium


  • Extended Spring Training


  • Perfect Game

  • Extend Spring Training


  • USA Baseball

  • Arizona Complex League


  • USA Baseball Arizona Complex League

  • Perfect Game


  • Arizona Complex League


  • Instructional League

  • Perfect Game

  • Arizona Fall Classic


  • MLB Arizona Fall League

  • Arizona Fall Classic


  • MLB Arizona Fall League

 Spring Training at Surprise Stadium

Surprise Stadium is ranked the #1 AZ Spring Training Stadium in the Cactus League by USA Today and the “Best Place to Watch a Spring Training Game” by Best of Phoenix! Home to Major League Baseball’s Texas Rangers and Kansas City Royals, the stadium also topped USA Today’s list of all 23 Arizona and Florida spring training facilities in the categories of facility and fan-experience. It’s no surprise that fans love our Spring Training experience. With unique game viewing options, family entertainment, mouthwatering foodie favorites and craft brews, it’s a place to find your fun!

 MLB Arizona Fall League

The Surprise Saguaros, one of six teams who compete in the Arizona Fall League will begin their season this fall at Surprise Stadium. The roster for the Surprise Saguaros will include the top prospects from the Kansas City Royals, Texas Rangers, Houston Astros, Philadelphia Phillies and Pittsburgh Pirates. They will compete against the Glendale Desert Dogs, Scottsdale Scorpions, Mesa Solar Sox, Peoria Javelinas and Salt River Rafters, each team assembling the top talent from each of the 30 Major League Baseball affiliates. 

Arizona Complex League

The Arizona Complex League, operated by Major League Baseball, is a Rookie-level circuit that has operated in Arizona since 1988. Most games are played at Major League Spring Training complexes. Games are open to the public with free admission.

Arizona Fall Instructional League

The Arizona Fall Instructional League, often nicknamed "Instructs," is a short camp usually held in September at the Surprise Stadium Complex. It is considered a teaching camp and the goal is to refine the baseball skills of young players and prospects under the close watch of an organization's coaching, scouting and training staff. Rosters are determined by the front office and typically include the most highly-regarded prospects from the lower levels of the system.

 Baseball Event Partners

 Perfect Game

Perfect Game is considered to be the elite amateur baseball scouting organization in existence, producing over 100 tournaments and showcases each year across the country. At Perfect Game events, players are performing with top level competition in front of college recruiters and professional scouts from all over the country. Since 2003, 8,420 Perfect Game alumni have been selected in the MLB First-Year Amateur Player Draft.

 USA Baseball

The USA Baseball National Team Championships are elite championship events which serve as the primary identification vehicle for players to be considered for the 15U National Team, as well as the 13U/14U Athlete Development Program (ADP) and the 16U and 17U National Team Development Programs (NTDP). Through these events, USA Baseball provides an opportunity for more than 400 teams the chance to showcase their talents against teams from all across the nation and players an opportunity to be selected to represent their country.