The Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, situated in Oakland, California, is a multifunctional sports stadium primarily known as the home of the Oakland Athletics. This venerable stadium, with a seating capacity of around 56,000, stands out for its dual functionality, having hosted both baseball and football games. Its design is straightforward and utilitarian, reflecting the practical ethos of the 1960s architecture.
The Coliseum is notable for its expansive foul territory, one of the largest in professional baseball, which affects play strategy and provides a unique viewing experience. The stadium's field features a natural grass surface, well-suited for both sports. Inside, the Coliseum offers a range of traditional ballpark fare, adding to the classic game-day atmosphere. Despite its older facilities, the Coliseum holds a cherished place in the hearts of Oakland sports fans, representing a rich history of athletic endeavors in the Bay Area.
You are allowed to bring in clear factory-sealed plastic bottles of water, soda and juice at 20 ounces or less.
You are allowed to bring in food as long as it's for individual consumption.
Bags brought in to the stadium may not be larger than 16" x 16" x 8". All bags, including backpacks and purses, are subject to search.
Treehouse in left field - Inspired by an uban treehouse, this bar features reclaimed materials, a renovated bar, a living wall, parlor games and seating and standing options with a terraced deck with views of the field.
Championship Plaza - For every game there's a different assortment of food trucks.
Section 116, 223 - Just like the name suggests, they specialize in Chicken Tenders with an assortment of dipping sauces.
Section 112 - For those looking for some healthier options, this place has build you own bowls, salads, fresh fruit and other option.