Royals 2021 Tickets & Schedule
The demand for Royals tickets ranks among the strongest in the American League as KC has many passionate, loyal fans. In fact the crowds today in Kansas City are just as good as they were back in 1980 when the Royals won their first Pennant. KC fans go into the 2021 season with expectations to compete for another Pennant and hopefully end their season playing in baseball's Fall Classic. The Royals are no strangers to the World Series, where they have already played a handful of times since they joined the league in 1969.
The biggest home games on the Royals schedule each season are their division rivalry series against the White Sox, Indians, Tigers and Twins. Other huge home series include anytime the Boston Red Sox, Chicago Cubs or New York Yankees play at Kauffman Stadium. The series that many across the Midwest most enjoy is the Royals vs Cardinals, who are two teams separated by a mere 241 miles on Interstate 70.
KC Royals Opening Day
The biggest home game of the season for the Royals is their home opener. Kansas City fans make up reasons to skip work or school to attend the first game of the season at Kauffman Stadium. The experience of Opening Day in Major League Baseball is like few other games, so Royals fans come out in huge numbers for the home opener.
2021 Royals Playoff Tickets
The Royals have been among the more successful teams in baseball over the past decade, which has created strong demand for KC playoff tickets among their many fans. Whenever the Royals are playing in the Wild Card, ALDS, ALCS or World Series expect there to huge crowds of fans from around the Kansas City area.
Kansas City Royals Spring Training
The Royals play their Spring Training games in the Cactus League in Arizona. Kansas City's home stadium for Spring Training games is Surprise Stadium in Surprise, Arizona. The casual, fun atmosphere around Royals Spring Training games make it a popular road-trip destination fans who want to see KC play in the sun of Arizona.