Cactus League Baseball Spring Training
Arizona is home to Cactus League Baseball Spring Training a very popular event that takes place annually in February and March.
We are happy to invite sport enthusiasts from all over. Baseball fans are able to see more than a dozen major league teams play at eleven different stadiums across Arizona. Phoenix Metro will host twelve teams and Tucson will host two Cactus League teams.
A visit to Phoenix just isn't complete without catching a D-Backs game at popular Chase Field.
Chase Field is a state of the art facility with a retractable roof and even a swimming pool yet leaves you with a nostalgic old ballpark feel.
If you are not in town for an Arizona Diamondbacks, you can tour the stadium while in town and learn the history behind this popular spot.
Map & Spring Training Schedules
- Map of the Spring Training Baseball Stadiums in Arizona.
- Spring Training schedules can be found at www.cactusleague.com. Games can be seen from late Feb through March. and often tickets are less than $12.
Tickets to the Games
Tickets to some of the games sell out early, if you are a Chicago Cubs fan purchase tickets as soon as possible.
Big league stars, up close and personal create a memorable experience for Baseball fans young and old. Get to the game early to get autographs of your favorite players!
Stadium Locations and Teams
Home of the Los Angeles Dodgers and Chicago White Sox spring training. This state-of-the-art ballpark will be the biggest Arizona spring training site with 13,000 seats, 14 practice fields, a 2-acre stocked lake, residential, restaurant and retail development, 4-star hotel, 13 full baseball fields, and three half-fields.
The Stadium is located at 111th Avenue. In addition to Spring Training Baseball, Glendale Stadium will become a multi-use facility, available to host concerts, sporting events, and corporate outings.
The new Goodyear Ballpark is home to the Cleveland Indians, and to the Cincinnati Reds. The stadium has 10,000 seats, ample parking and public art.
Peoria Sports Complex
The spacious family friendly Peoria Sports Complex is a very popular spot to see Spring Training games. Home to the Seattle Mariners and San Diego Padres spring training, it was the first spring training baseball stadium to host two teams. The Sport Complex consists of a main stadium and twelve practice fields. Conveniently located right off of the 101 and Bell Road surrounded by hotels, restaurants, theater and close to Arrowhead mall.
Scottsdale Stadium is home to The San Francisco Giants.
Surprise Stadium home to the Kansas City Royals and Texas Rangers teams during Cactus League season
Tempe Diablo Stadium
Anaheim Angels call Tempe, Arizona home for spring training.
Phoenix Municipal Stadium
Cubs Stadium, in Mesa on Rio Salado Pkwy