The Everett AquaSox, High-A Affiliate of the Seattle Mariners and member of the High-A West League, worked with local and state health departments to identify the best practices to ensure people’s safety when visiting Funko Field at Everett Memorial Stadium. In preparation for the 2021 season, the AquaSox outlined new protective measures that will be implemented around Funko Field with the intention of preserving the safety of staff, players and fans when attending an AquaSox game.
The AquaSox will continue to follow the guidance of state and local health officials, as well as Major League Baseball, while continuously monitoring and developing implemented measures. As new information is released, the AquaSox will update this webpage and social media while revisiting different restrictions at the stadium in adherence with the set guidelines.
The Everett AquaSox will continue following CDC and Washington State Department of Health Guidelines.
We are encouraging all fans to wear a mask to attend Funko Field unless fully vaccinated, but they are not required.
Adhering with guidelines set by health officials and MLB, all Funko Field seating will be socially distanced.
Fans will be asked to practice social distancing while shopping at the Frog Shop, purchasing food and drink from concessions, and on the concourse. Fans should remain in their assigned seats when possible.
Adhering with guidelines set by health officials and MLB, all Funko Field Seating will be mapped out by “pods” for fans to sit in.
Pods ensure that rows and seats remain vacant to adhere with proper social distancing guidelines set by the state of Washington. Per MLB standard, pods will seat up to six (6) people.
No outside food or drinks are allowed in Funko Field. Sealed water bottles under 32 ounces are permitted.
This will simplify the ballpark entry process as well as minimize staff-to-fan cross-contamination.
If you need special accommodations, please call the Front Office at 425-258-3673 with questions or concerns.
Clear bags smaller than 12” x 12” x 6” are allowed in Funko Field. Blankets, jackets and seat cushions may be carried in.
Exceptions include medical bags, diaper bags accompanied by small children and clutches smaller than 4.5” x 6.5”.
Do not bring backpacks, tote bags, purses, drawstring bags and grocery bags.
Enhanced ballpark cleaning practices will be in place to keep fans, staff and personnel safe at Funko Field.
Hand Sanitizing stations will be easily accessible throughout the concourse. We encourage all fans, staff and personnel to wash their hands frequently.
All tickets for AquaSox home games will be available via the MiLB First Pitch App.
We have Mobile Ticketing resources on our website! Click HERE for more information.
Call the Front Office at 425-258-3673 if you have additional questions or concerns.
Fans are strongly encouraged to purchase their tickets prior to arrival to guarantee entry into Funko Field, especially on giveaway nights.
Ticket windows will be open at both gates on game days. Walkup tickets are subject to availability.
Skip the concessions line by ordering from your seat via the MiLB First Pitch App!
All food, drinks and alcoholic beverages that can be purchased at our main concessions stand are available on the app as well.
If you purchased alcohol, please have a valid ID with you when you pick up your order.
No player autographs will be allowed. Unless involved in a designated promotion, fans aren't permitted on the field before, during or after the game.
If you have any questions or concerns while at Funko Field, go to the Sam's Cats and Dogs Fan Information Booth.
If you are feeling sick, please stay home to keep our community safe.
When fans purchase their ticket, they are agreeing to a health and safety promise before entering Funko Field at Everett Memorial Stadium. This will be posted on signage at all entrances and your ticket terms and conditions.
Funko Field is joining a growing number of ballparks that are going entirely cashless when the Minor League Baseball season opens.
The AquaSox now accept Apple Pay, Samsung Pay, and Google Pay for all purchases other than tickets.
Opting for cashless transactions will help minimize staff-to-fan cross-contamination.