The College World Series is not matched by any other baseball event in the world due the passion and excitement that comes from the fans and the players on the field alike. The annual tournament is held in Omaha, Neb., every June and includes eight Super Regional winners in a double elimination tournament. The slate is wiped clean when we reach the last two schools, and it’s a best-of-three series from then on out crowning one team as the College World Series Champions.
The excitement around Omaha every June is at a fever pitch, as fans from all over the country come to the Nebraska city in hopes of seeing their school win a national title and add to the College World Series History. Even those that aren’t fans of the teams come to watch baseball at the highest level before players go pro due to the event's high octane excitement (College World Series Event Guide). Whether it’s Stony Brook or Texas, every team has a chance to take home a national title when they reach the College World Series with potential to be remembered as one of the most Notable College World Series Games in the tournament's history. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for CWS tickets.
2015 CWS Preview
The 2014 College World Series heads to Omaha with Texas, Texas Tech, TCU, UC Irvine, Virginia, Ole Miss, Louisville, and Vanderbilt as the top teams in college baseball. The Red Raiders will be making the schools first ever CWS appearance while in-state rival, UT, has combined for more appearances than all the 2014 CWS Schools combined. With some of the best college baseball of the year still to be played, the 2014 College World Series is setting up nicely for a great finsh this year.
It was a record-setting year for the UCLA Bruins in the 2013 CWS, who became the fourth consecutive team to sweep their opponent in the finals to bring home the school’s first College World Series title. The Bruins also became the first team to go through the CWS without allowing more than 1 run in any game, and the third team to finish the postseason with a perfect 10 - 0 record.
Check out our College World Series Preview History page for previews of previous CWS Tournaments.
College World Series at TD Ameritrade Park Address: 1200 Mike Fahey St, Omaha, Nebraska, 68102
The College World Series has been held at TD Ameritrade Park since 2011 with expectation to remain in Omaha, Nebraska through 2035. TD Ameritrade Park seats up to 24,000 fans but has the ability to expand to accommodate 10,000 more spectators for certain events. During the CWS the sections along the outfield, 125-136, are considered general admission sections. TD Ameritrade Park parking information is covered in our College World Series event guide.
CWS Event Guide
Where can I park near TD Ameritrade Park?
There are parking lots to the east and south of the park, and general parking is $10. If you choose one of the covered garages, the parking fee is $15.
Where should I sit?
As with most baseball stadiums, the best seats in the house will be behind home plate and up and down the 1st and 3rd base lines. Sections 104-120 will all give you a great view of the infield. Section 112 is directly behind home plate. Truth be told, the stadium is very small (24,000 capacity) compared to major league stadiums you may be used to, so you won’t be disappointed no matter where you sit.
How can I buy cheap College World Series tickets?
TicketCity offers a large selection of College World Series tickets which includes some of the lowest priced seats on the market. College World Series ticket prices fluctuate based on demand for specific teams leading up to the tournament. Bigger matchups and more top ranked teams typically push demand higher & ticket prices. The opposite can happen if the College World Series matchups are less intriguing. Marquee teams like Texas, USC, and other teams with large fan bases, can drive up College World Series ticket prices. The College World Series is one of the most exciting and intense sporting events in the world, so if you’re looking for cheap tickets you may want to act early before the big push right before the tournament.