2021 Game Schedule

DATE
GAME
STADIUM
Feb 28 Sun
Padres at MARINERS @ 1:10pm
Peoria Sports Complex
Mar 1 Mon
Cubs at PADRES @ 1:10pm
Peoria Sports Complex
Mar 2 Tue
Padres at DIAMONDBACKS @ 1:10pm
Salt River Fields at Talking Stick
Mar 3 Wed
Brewers at PADRES @ 1:10pm
Peoria Sports Complex
Mar 4 Thu
Padres at RANGERS @ 1:05pm
Surprise Stadium
Mar 5 Fri
Giants at PADRES @ 6:40pm
Peoria Sports Complex
Mar 6 Sat
Padres at DODGERS @ 1:05pm
Camelback Ranch-Glendale
Mar 7 Sun
Royals at PADRES @ 1:10pm
Peoria Sports Complex
Mar 9 Tue
Padres at WHITE SOX @ 1:05pm
Camelback Ranch-Glendale
Mar 10 Wed
Padres at ROCKIES @ 1:10pm
Salt River Fields at Talking Stick
Mar 11 Thu
Indians at PADRES @ 1:10pm
Peoria Sports Complex
Mar 12 Fri
Padres at ATHLETICS @ 1:05pm
Hohokam Stadium
Mar 13 Sat
Diamondbacks at PADRES @ 1:10pm
Peoria Sports Complex
Mar 14 Sun
Padres at REDS @ 1:05pm
Goodyear Ballpark
Mar 15 Mon
Padres at BREWERS @ 1:10pm
American Family Fields of Phoenix
Mar 16 Tue
White Sox at PADRES @ 1:10pm
Peoria Sports Complex
Mar 17 Wed
Padres at CUBS @ 6:05pm
Sloan Park
Mar 18 Thu
Athletics at PADRES @ 1:10pm
Peoria Sports Complex
Mar 20 Sat
Dodgers at PADRES @ 1:10pm
Peoria Sports Complex
Mar 21 Sun
Angels at PADRES @ 1:10pm
Peoria Sports Complex
Mar 22 Mon
Padres at ROYALS @ 1:05pm
Surprise Stadium
Mar 23 Tue
Reds at PADRES @ 1:10pm
Peoria Sports Complex
Mar 24 Wed
Padres at GIANTS @ 7:05pm
Scottsdale Stadium
Mar 25 Thu
Rangers at PADRES @ 6:40pm
Peoria Sports Complex
Mar 26 Fri
Mariners at PADRES @ 6:40pm
Peoria Sports Complex
Mar 27 Sat
Padres at ANGELS @ 12:10pm
Tempe Diablo Stadium
Mar 28 Sun
Padres at INDIANS @ 1:05pm
Goodyear Ballpark
Mar 29 Mon
Rockies at PADRES @ 12:10pm
Peoria Sports Complex
* split squad
STADIUM LOCATION
Facility Information:
Peoria Sports Complex

Facility Phone:
623-773-8700

Facility Address:
16101 N 83rd Avenue
Peoria, AZ 85382

Facility Operator:
City of Peoria

Facility Opened:
1994

Peoria Sports Complex is located in the heart of Peoria's P83 Entertainment District. The city's crown jewel facility is shared by the San Diego Padres and Seattle Mariners. The complex features premier indoor and outdoor group and event areas, a spectacular children's playground and coveted shaded seating in the stadium. The stadium's burnished reputation for the best variety of food and craft beer is well-deserved and makes an afternoon at the ballpark enjoyable for fans of all ages.

Facility Facts


Most Unique Concessions Item: The foot-long "Ruthian" hot dog is reserved for those with a bambino-sized appetite!
Best Known Ballpark Amenity: Several craft beer brands and flavors from the Pacific Northwest and Southern California.
Most Distinguishable Stadium Feature: Peoria Cove, a ship-themed kids' attraction with a mini baseball field, splash pad and playground!
Best Ballpark Game Tradition: Availability is extremely limited, but on select games, children can sign up to take the field with a player or announce a batter!
Most Interesting Stadium Tidbit: Peoria Sports Complex was the first two-team spring training facility in baseball.

Stadium Scoop


Autographs: While the practice fields are always a good spot, fans can stake out a piece of turf at the stadium's "Autograph Alley," which every player has to pass through to reach the stadium field.
Parking: Don't use Bell Road! Exit off the 101 Loop at Thunderbird Road, Union Hills Drive or 75th Avenue for less congested routes to the stadium.
Concessions: Fans can choose their beer based on their palate, not their wallet as all domestic, craft and imported beers are priced exactly the same.
Tickets: Don't procrastinate! Avoid the lines and save money by buying your game tickets in advance. If interested in coming as a group, be sure to inquire on our premium group areas with full catering and bar in the Colonnade and at the Pavilion!
Gates: Fans can bring their own food, but don't break the seal on your drinks! Only factory-sealed water bottles and juice boxes are allowed. Fans on the lawn, bring a blanket! Lawn chairs are not permitted.

Team Travels


The San Diego Padres have trained in Arizona since their National League inception in 1969. The club spent spring training in western Arizona's Yuma through 1993. In 1994, the Padres moved to the City of Peoria, joining the Seattle Mariners at the first two-team spring training facility ever built, Peoria Sports Complex.

Philanthropic Partner


The Peoria Diamond Club is a volunteer organization that supports the City of Peoria, the San Diego Padres and Seattle Mariners in spring training operations every season. Their mission is to raise funds for local youth charities, causes and organizations.