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Visiting PacBell SBC ATT Ball Park - Home of the San Francisco Giants

SBC Park

This state of the art ballpark opened in March 2000. Its classic looks belie its modern design and features like views of the field while at the concessions. Now called ATT Park, it is located in China Basin, just south of the Bay Bridge on the corner of 3rd and King streets.

For the first three years of its life this park was known as PacBell Park. PacBell, the local phone company, changed their name to SBC and arranged for the park's name change in 2003. SBC was acquired by ATT and so another name change ensued.

ATT Ballpark Facts:

  • Home of the San Francisco Giants
  • ATT Park seats more than 41,000 people.
  • It has 68 luxury suites
  • 5,200 club seats
  • 1,500 club seats at field level behind home plate
  • Opened March 31st, 2000
  • You can rent the entire stadium for about $150,000 a day.

Parking lots are accessible from 3rd street.


SF Travel Guide's Recommendations:

  • Take Muni or Caltrain rather than driving
  • Take a walk around the park, its pretty cool
  • Watch a game for free from the waterfront promenade
  • There are many great places to eat within walking distance of the park
  • If you do drive, parking is accessible from 3rd street

Click on the seating chart below to go to the SF Giants website, where their chart will show you the view for each seating section.




SBC Park Seating Chart

Contact Information:

24 Willie Mays Plaza
San Francisco, CA 94107
Phone: (415) 972-1800
Fax: (415) 947-2925
E-mail: Mari Malvino, Executive Assistant

http://sanfrancisco.giants.mlb.com


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