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Few stadiums have the notoriety of Dodger Stadium. The third-oldest ballpark in the United States and the world’s largest baseball stadium by seat count, its size and significance are unreplicable. It is probably most known for its home team, the Los Angeles Dodgers, one of the top teams in Major League Baseball. To learn more about the history and recent updates to Dodger Stadium, keep reading.
Dodger Stadium first opened in 1962. The then-president of the Dodger team, Walter O’Malley, requested that a stadium be built for his team in Brooklyn. However, when no deal was reached, the team decided to make their way to the Golden State. They were allotted 300 acres of land to build a 50,000-seat stadium. In the meantime, they played at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. By the time the Dodger Stadium opened, it was packed with 56,000 seats, designed by a bicoastal team of architects and engineers.
Today, Dodger Stadium still has many elements of its original, quintessential SoCal ‘60s mod style. On the other hand, it has been updated throughout the years. There a now suites, new scoreboards, HD video screens, new sound systems, high-speed WiFi, and more up-to-date touches. In the Summer of 2019, Dodger Stadium committed to its most intense renovation plan yet, investing $100 million with plans to add the following features: sports bars, a beer garden, a kids’ play area, live entertainment sections, food establishments, a Jackie Robinson statue, historic plaques, new restrooms, new seat sections, new elevators and escalators, and more.
It is set in the hills of Chavez Ravine, which gives a vantage of downtown Los Angeles to the south and the San Gabriel mountains to the north. The Los Angeles River runs to a side. Not many stadiums boast a dual-setting where urban sightlines meet natural views, with the turn of a head. Its address is 1000 Vin Scully Avenue, Los Angeles, California 900012.
Dodger Stadium estimates that more than 147 million fans have frequented the venue since its opening day. If you are interested in being one of the millions who have made memories at Dodger, go to a game. In the upcoming season, the Los Angeles Dodgers face off against the San Francisco Giants, the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, the Colorado Rockies, the Washington Nationals, the St. Louis Cardinals, and more. Be part of the continuing history at Dodger Stadium and buy your tickets today.