Spectrum Field A-Z
On October 16th, 2002 the Philadelphia Phillies and the City of Clearwater broke ground for construction on a new baseball facility. After 14 months of construction, a state-of-the-art ballpark and community sports facility with classic Floridian architectural style was born.
It is a fan-friendly ballpark with a capacity of 8,500 (7,000 fixed seats). The ballpark distinguishes itself with a 360-degree main concourse, grass berm seating, and a tiki-hut pavilion in left field. Other characteristics include group picnic areas, a children's play area, and a state-of-the-art video scoreboard. The clubhouse, ticket office, executive offices and a media center are located in the administration building located on the West Entry.
The facility covers a total of 17.5 acres of space at the former Home Depot site on U.S. 19 near Drew Street. The $25 million project was funded through a unique public-private partnership that included the State of Florida, Pinellas County, the City of Clearwater and the Phillies.
The engineering and design of the facility was handled by the renowned sports architects HOK Sport and Ewing Cole Cherry Brott. The Hunt Construction Group acted as the General Contractor.
Spectrum Field A-Z
While in the ballpark, tickets for future games may be purchased at the Customer Service/Advance Tickets window located on the first base side of the main concourse behind Section 106. Also purchase tickets at ThreshersBaseball.com.
The Administrative Offices can be found on the West Side of the ballpark off of Old Coachman Road. The Offices are open Monday-Friday from 9am-5pm.
Animals are not allowed in the ballpark, with the exception of special events and service animals.
PA and video board announcements can be arranged for a nominal fee by visiting Guest Services behind Section 106 before the end of the second inning.
The ATM is located on the first base side of the main concourse.
Bags larger than 16x16x8 will not be permitted in the ballpark. The Threshers reserve the right to search any and all bags entering the ballpark.
The Customer Service/Advance Tickets window is located on the first base side of the main concourse behind Section 106. Guests can report problems, check for lost and found items and claim prizes at this location. Tickets for future games may also be purchased here.
For directions to Spectrum Field, please click here.
The First Aid office is located on the first base side of the main concourse. Guests can either report to this office or contact an usher if in need of medical assistance.
FOOD AND DRINK POLICY
No food, bottles, coolers, or cans may be brought into the ballpark.
Any foul ball hit into the stands may be kept. Guests are not permitted on the field or to reach into the playing area. Foul balls may be dangerous, so please be alert at all times and aware of the potential hazards.
Ballpark gates open one hour prior to the scheduled game time with the exception of Saturdays (Gates open at 5:00 p.m. for a 6:15 p.m. game) and Fridays (Gates open at 5:30 p.m. for a 6:15 p.m. game).
Disabled seating is available all throughout the ballpark. Limited wheelchair seating is available through the ticket office in person or on the telephone. One companion seat is available for purchase with each wheelchair space. An elevator is available for disabled use on the first base side of the stadium (South Parking Lot). Drop-off is available on the West Side of the ballpark (no elevator access here). Please contact an usher for assistance entering and exiting the ballpark.
There's a special area of Spectrum Field reserved especially for our younger guests! The leftfield corner of the concourse houses a playground and special children's concession stand - "Shortstop Snacks"
LOST AND FOUND
Located at Customer Service behind Section 106
All guests are subject to metal detection screening (walk-through units and/or handheld wands) before gaining access to Spectrum Field. To expedite ballpark entry it is necessary to remove all cell phones, cameras and keys and place them in a screening bowl. Coins, watches, and belts do not have to be removed and bags will always be inspected. A supervisor should be notified if a guest does not wish to walk through a metal detector. Guests with pacemakers should never be hand-wanded. Strollers and wheelchairs will be directed for visual inspection. Guests are encouraged to take prohibited items back to their vehicle. Items left at the gates are not the responsibility of The Threshers.
For the map of seating areas, please click here.
Smoking is prohibited in most areas of the ballpark. Special smoking sections are marked. Smoking is permitted only on the concourse bridge by the right field foul poul and the Tiki Pavilion in left field.
The Threshers Souvenir Store, Diamond Outfitters, is located next to the ballpark's west entry, and features hats, apparel and collectibles to satisfy Threshers fans of all ages. Merchandise available 24 hours a day on-line at ThreshersBaseball.com.
The Threshers (home) dugout is located on the third base side of the field.
TICKET OFFICE HOURS
The Main Ticket office located near the west entry is open Monday-Friday from 10am-4pm, with extended hours for night and weekend games.
The Frenchy's Tiki Pavilion is located beyond the left field wall. It features a variety of mixed drinks, beer and wine for guests 21 and over. Seats in this section are first-come, first-serve during Threshers season.
Firearms, weapons, knives, tasers and other dangerous or hazardous devices or substances (collectively "weapons") are prohibited at Spectrum Field, unless carried by an on-duty police officer or otherwise expressly approved by The Threshers. Anyone bringing such a weapon to the premises should return it to their vehicle immediately.
* These policies may be amended at any time.