2021 Oakland Athletics Tickets
Demand for Athletics tickets will be extremely strong based on their strong performance in their division, the AL West, last year. All season long, sports fans from across the East Bay will make their way to the Coliseum BART Station to watch the action on Rickey Henderson Field, named for the A's great and MLB Hall of Famer in 2017. The Athletics play their home games at RingCentral Coliseum, located in Oakland, California. Formerly known as Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, the venue holds 35,000 baseball fans. On A's home games it is the place to be as fans make their way there from Oakland, Fremont, Danville and San Jose. The common denominator among these fans is they are all Oakland A's fans.
Oakland A's Opening Day Tickets
One of the biggest Athletics home games of the season is always their opening day game. The opening game is special because fans get to see this year's team and get an early look at whether Oakland has the team to make a deep run in the MLB playoffs which may even mean a trip to the World Series, which the A's have won 9 times.
A's Spring Training Tickets
The Oakland Athletics play their Spring Training home games at Hohokam Stadium in Mesa, Arizona. The stadium is also known as Dwight W. Patterson Field and has a capacity of 10,500 for the A's Cactus League games. It has been the Spring Training home of the Oakland Athletics since 2015, but it was previously home to the Chicago Cubs.
Oakland Athletics 2021 Schedule
What are the hottest games on the Athletics schedule? Athletics ticket demand jumps up significantly when the division rival Houston Astros are in-town for a game at the Coliseum. Other top series for the Athletics include their cross-town rivals San Francisco Giants who duke it out in the "Battle of the Bay". Other big games include division rivals Seattle Mariners and Texas Rangers.