About AT&T Park
AT&T Park is located at 24 Willie Mays Plaza in San Francisco, California. It resides in the 94107 zip code.
Since the 2007 MLB season, AT&T Park has had a capacity of 41,915. When NCAA football games are played, it has a capacity of 45,000.
Ground broke in December of 1997, with the stadium officially opening on April 11, 2000.
AT&T Park is home to the San Francisco Giants of the MLB. It also hosted the Fight Hunger Bowl in NCAA football from 2002-2013.
I-280, I-80 and US-101 are the primary routes taken when driving to AT&T Park from the North, South, or East Bay.
From the North Bay via US-101 South
Take US-101/Golden Gate Bridge to the Marina Boulevard Exit. Continue on Marina Boulevard, passing Fort Mason. Turn left onto Bay Street. Continue on Bay Street and turn right on The Embarcadero. Continue under the Bay Bridge until it turns into King Street. Turn left onto 3rd Street and continue into surrounding parking lots (ballpark is on your left).
From the Peninsula/South Bay
Take I-280 North to the Mariposa Street Exit. Turn right on Mariposa Street and then left on Third Street to get into the parking lots.
From the East Bay via I-80
Take I-80/Bay Bridge to the Fifth Street Exit and bear right onto Fifth Street. Turn right onto Folsom and make another right onto Fourth Street. Continue on Fourth Street to get into the parking lots.
By public transportation
In San Francisco – Muni Metro Streetcar service is available to the ballpark daily via the T-Third and other Muni Metro lines. Fans can transfer to each Muni Metro Streetcar at Embarcadero Station. Look for trains heading to Mission Bay, Caltrain or Sunnydale and get off at the Second Street/Ballpark Station.
Over 4,000 spots are available for fans driving to the game. Parking Lots A, C, D, and Pier 48 are the primary public lots. Game day parking follows a first-come, first-served basis and is sold per vehicle. All oversized vehicles and RVs must use the Bus Lot located on the east side of Lot A, which is accessed via Terry Francois Boulevard at Mission Rock Street. Like regular-sized cars, game day parking follows a first-come, first-served basis and is sold per vehicle.
Gate Locations and openings
There are seven (7) entrances into AT&T Park. They are the Willie Mays Gate, located on Third and King Streets, the Lefty O’Doul Gate, located near the Lefty O’Doul Bridge at Third and Berry Streets, Marina Gate, located along the Port walk behind center field, Second and King Street Gate, Public House/Mijita, the Giants Dugout Store, and the Virgin America Loft at McCovey Cove, which serves as a private entrance.
AT&T Park encourages fans bringing a bag to the game to adhere to the max size of 16 inches x 16 inches x 8 inches. This includes backpacks, purses, and soft-sided coolers. All bags are subject to random search by venue personnel. Fans unwilling to comply with standard bag check procedure will not be granted admittance into AT&T Park.
AT&T Park Information
AT&T Park Club Sections & Lounges
This high-end entertainment space can accommodate up to 100 guests in one space, or can be divided into two spaces, which can each accommodate up to 60 guests. The Audi Legends Club features retractable folding glass partitions that open onto a terraced patio.
30 game tickets, four VIP Parking passes, and one case each of beer, soda and water. A limited catering menu is available.
Can accommodate up to 30 guests.
In-suite catering, Virgin America Club Level access, concierge service and priority reserved parking spaces.
Salesforce Champions Suite
Rental includes 30 game tickets and four parking passes.
Virgin America Loft at McCovey Cove
Can accommodate about 40 guests. The suite features a terraced patio with outdoor seating, which juts from the wall 10 feet above the playing field.
Virgin America Flight Deck
Complete with two open fire pits, and overhead space heaters. This relaxing space is home to the Widmer Brothers Bar.