Built for both the Texas Rangers and the Kansas City Royals, Surprise Stadium features two 37,000-square-foot clubhouses with locker rooms, team kitchens, weight and training facilities and administrative offices. In addition, each team has a practice infield and six full practice fields.
Surprise Stadium features a variety of seating options from grass seating areas in the outfield to club seats on the stadium's second level. The stadium is handicap accessible and is served by nearby parking areas and a variety of concessions.
Spring Training History
When the "new" Washington Senators entered the American League in 1961, they established a spring-training camp in Pompano Beach, Florida, and stayed there until 1986, when operations were shifted to Port Charlotte. The Rangers moved spring training from Florida to Surprise in 2003.
|This is the Rangers' former spring-training facility in Charlotte County, Florida, which was remodeled to be Tampa's spring home.|
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