SF Stadiums Overview

O.co Coliseum (Oakland, CA) - Concert Venue | Stadium in SF

There are lots of great San Francisco stadiums worth visiting, and all of them are easy to get to given the city’s relatively small size.

AT&T Park is a beautiful baseball stadium set right on the water, and serves as the home for the much-loved San Francisco Giants. Perhaps less bucolic but equally loved is Candlestick Park – also known as The Stick – which originally was the Giants’ park but is now the sole domain of the San Francisco 49ers football team, except when it’s used for massive concerts when the biggest touring bands come to town.

Oracle Arena, one of the largest and also one of the oldest stadiums in use by the NBA, is home base for the Golden State Warriors in nearby Oakland, but is also used by the Western Hockey League and schedules several big concerts all year long.

Oakland A’s baseball takes up at O.co Coliseum right next door, as do the Oakland Raiders, while back in SF proper several more smaller stadiums keep the sports and music action humming all year long. Kezar Stadium right near Golden Gate Park was home to both the Raiders and the 49ers back in the day, but is now mostly used for amateur athletics and free public use, while The Bill Graham Civic Auditorium is a multi-purpose arena and onetime Warriors home better-known for hosting concerts by many famous artists across many different genres.

SF stadiums dot the city, with packed calendars all year, so whether you want to work up a sweat (dancing or running), cheer on your favorite team, or something in-between, stadiums in San Francisco have got you covered.

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