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Coolray Field Seating Chart

The Bank (General Admission) is a grass hill located beyond the outfield wall. Lawn Chairs are NOT permitted in the stadium, but fans sitting in the lawn may bring a blanket to sit on.

Coolray Field History

Originally known as Gwinnett Stadium, Coolray Field has been the home of the Gwinnett Braves/Stripers since the start of the 2009 season. The state-of-the-art facility was completed in a mere nine months following its groundbreaking ceremony in June 2008. The Gwinnett Braves welcomed a sellout crowd of 10,427 for the first game in the stadium's history, April 17, 2009 vs. the Norfolk Tides.  

Renamed "Coolray Field" thanks to a partnership with Coolray Heating & Cooling in 2010, the ballpark is known for combining the amenities of a Major League stadium alongside the family-friendly conveniences and up-close action of a Minor League stadium. The Home Plate Club and 18 Luxury Suites offer a first-class experience each and every night, while chairback seating complete with cupholders throughout the stadium ensures that every seat is truly the best in the house. Coolray Field can entertain large groups in several areas, including "The Cove" (1st Base Picnic Area), the "1st Base Dock" and "3rd Base Dock" (Party Decks), the "Left Field Landing" and the "Birthday and Team of the Night Picnic Zone." A 30-foot-by-40-foot video board in right-center field and a 6-foot-by-42-foot LED board along the left-field wall keep fans informed and entertained throughout the game. 

Starting in 2018, Coolray Field also hosts home games for Atlanta United 2, the United Soccer League affiliate of Major League Soccer's Atlanta United FC.

Quick Facts

  • Opened: 2009
  • Capacity: 10,427
  • Luxury suites: 18
  • Dimensons: 
    LF - 335 feet
    CF - 400 feet
    RF - 335 feet