Angels Stadium at Anaheim Tickets
In the city of Anaheim, California, right outside of Los Angeles you can find the massive Angels Stadium. Although it operates under the stadium name, this sporting facility is actually a ballpark and one of the most expansive and recognizable parks in the country. This California ballpark serves as the home of the Los Angeles Angels Major League baseball team. This expansive ballpark has been the home playing ground for the Los Angeles Angels MLB baseball team since it first opened in 1966 and has been known for being a favorite among fans and residents of the Los Angeles area. To date, the field can currently hold 45,957 fans during baseball games.
The decision to create the Angels Stadium in surrounding Anaheim in 1966 proved to be a smart choice according to fans. The location has made it easier for Angels fans to get to their games and to tailgate out front beforehand. Although when it is was first constructed, many thought there should be room for the Angels Stadium in downtown Los Angeles, many have agreed that the Anaheim location has been a great choice for fans and players alike. In fact for the past four decades fans have loved the Anaheim location of this historic ball park.
With real grass surfaces throughout and a unique construction that makes viewing games a true luxury experience, there is a lot to love with this Angels Stadium. Known by many simply as “The Big A” there are a few key characteristics that make this stadium truly stand out. Not only is it the fourth oldest active MLB stadium but it also features the landmark “Big A” sign and electronic marquee in the stadium. There is also a halo located near the top of this massive “A” which towers more than 230 feet above the ground. The halo is only illuminated when the Angels have won, either at home or on the road, and has started a now famous chant among Angels fans “Light Up the Halo!”
With features such as this and a history that includes several play off games and All-Star games there is no denying that the Angels Stadium at Anaheim is one of the most unique baseball stadiums in the sport today.