UFCU Disch Falk Field
UFCU Disch Falk Field in Austin, Texas is one of the finest college baseball stadiums in the country. Disch Falk Field, as it is commonly known, has been the home of the Texas Longhorns baseball team for decades. The first game was played in Disch Falk in 1975, when UT took a doubleheader from St. Mary's. Since that time the Disch has been the home of some of the most exciting games in college baseball. It has hosted thousands of UT regular-season games. It has been the host of countless Regionals and Super Regionals for the NCAA baseball tournament that propelled the winning team into the College World Series. It has also hosted numerous games for the Texas State High School Baseball tournament. There are few experiences in sports as pure as an afternoon spent watching college baseball, so make sure you buy tickets today and get out to a game at Disch Falk Field.
The most popular Sections to sit in at Disch Falk Field are the lower infield seats that are Sections 1-11. Those sections are right above the dugouts and directly behind home plate, and the seats there provide a close up view of the action on the field. Directly above those seats are the Sections 101-111, which are also infield seats. Down the right field line are Sections R1 to R4, and the left field line are Sections L1 to L7. The infield sections at the Disch are for the most part covered, but those sections down the line are directly in the sun. The rowdiest section in the ballpark is down the left field line near the outfield super group known as Occupy LF. Fans heading to the Disch for the first time will want to dress for the weather as it can be cool in the Infield seats in the early Spring and hot in the seats down the line once the Spring heats up. The Disch is a small, intimate college baseball stadium and great place to see a ball game.