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PETCO Park is spectacular in every way, combining the best sight lines in baseball with breathtaking views of San Diego. Architecturally magnificent, it celebrates the sea, the sky, the natural beauty, cultural diversity and unique spirit of the region. Innovative design features evoke the timeless traditions of baseball in an intimate setting, with state-of-the-art fan amenities to suit every taste and budget.

The natural stone and stucco exterior and lovely landscaping, including the Park at the Park beyond the outfield fence, make this the garden spot of baseball, with a relaxed yet dynamic atmosphere that reflects the San Diego lifestyle.

Concourses are spacious, open and airy. Signature towers and terraces offer panoramic views of the Bay, the downtown skyline, Balboa Park and the mountains on the horizon of America's Finest City. The playing field is asymmetrical, with dimensions and charming features that accentuate traditional baseball values.

The seating bowl is divided into distinctive "neighborhoods." All 42,000 fixed seats are comfortable, with extra leg room. Seats down the lines are angled to the infield. The two upper levels are built on extended cantilevers, with the front of the Terrace Level only 34 feet above the field, creating a sense of intimacy reminiscent of the great old ballparks.

The handsome and historic Western Metal Supply Company Building was renovated and incorporated into the Ballpark, with the left-field foul pole attached to its southeastern corner, 336 feet from home plate. The 100-year-old structure houses the Padres Team Store on the first floor, with a door opening onto a standing room area in left field. The second and third floors feature festive Party Suites. A restaurant on the fourth floor provides terrace dining with superb views of the field. There is bleacher seating and standing room on the roof, 80 feet above the field.

Located at the hub of the regional transportation system, with easy access by car, Trolley, the Coaster, bus and water taxis, the Ballpark has ample parking and inviting promenades to and from your vehicle or public transit.

In short, PETCO Park is attractive, efficient, comfortable and strikingly beautiful - just like San Diego.

San Diego Information & Demographics- California's second largest city and the United States' ninth largest, San Diego boasts a population of 3,146,274. Within its borders of 4,200 sq. miles, San Diego County encompasses 18 incorporated cities and numerous other charming neighborhoods and communities. Located in the heart of San Diego's downtown Gaslamp Quarter, PETCO Park attracts fans from throughout San Diego County, Southern California and visitors from around the globe.

  • The Padres rank third among all MLB teams in highest unique visitor percentage
  • PETCO Park was the most highly-visited event/place in San Diego during the last year
  • More than 1 in 3 San Diego area residents attended a Padres game in the last year
  • Padres fans have a median income of $71,840 as compared to the San Diego median income of $63,065 and US median income of $50,740
  • San Diego's per capita income is $44,430, 15% higher than the US metropolitan average

Padres Information - The Padres have been providing memories to San Diego fans for over four decades. Hall of Famers including Dave Winfield and Tony Gwynn have donned the "SD" caps and Padres uniforms. Today the Padres host a crop of bright young talent looking to give San Diego fans more unforgettable Padres memories.

Since the opening of PETCO Park in 2004, the Padres have won two division titles, honored a CY-Young award winning pitcher and been home to multiple Gold Glove winners. A stockpile of young pitching talent and numerous key position prospects have Padres fans excited for more post-season baseball and accolades at PETCO Park.

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