2018 Sports Facilities Guide: Stockton, California

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Stockton’s year-round weather, state of the art facilities, easy access to landmarks such as Yosemite, Tahoe and San Francisco and affordable costs make it the preferred location to host sporting events in California’s Central Valley.

Stockton Arena

Stockton Area

Built in 2005, the 10,000-seat Stockton Arena is located on the Downtown Stockton Waterfront adjacent to the Stockton Ballpark.  Primary home to the Stockton Heat Hockey Team, the arena has also hosted indoor football, indoor soccer, high school wrestling, high school and collegiate basketball, cheer/dance events, motocross and a wide variety of other entertainment acts. Quick Facts Total Space 35,000 square feet plus an additional 10,000 square feet in meeting space Largest Contiguous Space 35,000 square feet Meeting Rooms On-Site Yes Union Facility No Permanent Seating 10,000 Ceiling Height 45 Ft. Column-Free Yes Hotel Rooms Within a 10-Minute Drive 2,400 Contact Jim Johnson, Director of Booking jimjohnson@smgstockton.com 209-373-1412 stocktonlive.com

Stockton Ballpark

Stockton Ballpark

Built in 2005, the 5,500-seat Stockton Ballpark is located on the Downtown Stockton Waterfront.  Hitters can take their swings and try to hit a ‘splash hit’ and hit a home run into the water over the right-field fence.  The stadium is home to the Stockton Ports (Advanced-A Affiliate of the Oakland Athletics) and has hosted collegiate baseball games and tournaments as well as several other baseball events.  The stadium also hosted a couple soccer matches. Quick Facts Total Space 1 baseball field Permanent Lighting Yes Parking On-Site Yes Permanent Restrooms Yes Permanent Seating 4,200 fixed; Total capacity is 5,500 Hotel Rooms Within a 10-Minute Drive 2,400 Contact Bryan Meadows, General Manager bmeadows@stocktonports.com 209-644-1900 stocktonports.com