Stadium Information:
Peoria Sports Complex

Stadium Phone Number:

Stadium Address:
16101 N. 83rd Avenue,
Peoria, AZ 85382

Peoria Sports Complex has long been one of the most popular spring training venues in the Cactus League and a home away from home for legions of baseball fans. Along with a burnished reputation for the widest variety of food, the friendliest staff and the best player accessibility in the valley, Peoria Sports Complex has added many new amenities with renovations to make every fan feel at home. And, as they say, there’s no place like home!

Stadium operated by:
City of Peoria

Seating Capacity:

Year stadium opened:

San Diego Padres Ticket Info

Check back in December for 2016 season information

San Diego Padres 2016 Game Schedule

Game schedule due to be released late November.

San Diego Padres Photo Gallery

San Diego Padres Notable Facts

Affiliated Non-profit Volunteer Organization
Peoria Diamond Club

Charities supported by Peoria Diamond Club:
Local youth groups, educational institutions and athletic teams.

Date of record ticket sales and team played:
March 16, 2001 vs. Colorado Rockies - 14,120 (played at alternate site)
March 27, 2004 vs. Chicago Cubs – 12,694 (at Peoria Sports Complex)

Name of team mascot:
Swinging Friar

Number of practice fields:
6 full sized practice fields, plus three half sized practice fields, hitting tunnels, and pitching mounds.

Most unique concession stand item:
Foot Long Ruthian Hot Dog

Stadium traditions:
Spring Training season begins with the annual Charity Game between the Padres and Mariners. Proceeds from the Charity Game, along with revenues generated throughout Spring Training, are donated to local community youth programs through Peoria Diamond Club’s highly successful grant program. The Charity Game has contributed to over $1,500,000 in donations to local charities since their inception.

For more information email us at, or call the Stadium Operations Office at 623-773-8700.

Other notable facts:
Peoria Sports Complex, entering its 22nd year as spring training home of the San Diego Padres and Seattle Mariners, was the first facility to host the year-round player development operations of two teams. In 2013, Peoria Sports Complex began a three-phase renovation project on schedule to be completed by 2016. The renovations coincide with the renewal of long-term leases by the Padres and Mariners to make Peoria their home for many years to come. A day at Peoria Sports Complex is a chance to watch your favorite players for free during morning workouts, receive player signatures in Peoria Stadium’s Autograph Alley and chase a home run from the lowest-priced lawn seat in the Cactus League. A big league experience with a relaxed, family-friendly atmosphere and some of the best promotions and specials for fans of all ages, you’ll feel right at home at Peoria Sports Complex. And, as they say, there’s no place like home!