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Phoenix Sports

With the Arizona Diamondbacks, past World Series champions, there couldn’t be a more exciting time for baseball fans to be in Phoenix. In addition to the Diamondbacks who play at Chase Field, Phoenix is also the home base of the Arizona Cardinals (NFL), the Phoenix Suns (NBA), the Phoenix Coyotes (NHL), the Phoenix Mercury (WNBA), and the Arizona Rattlers (arena football), the Arizona Sting (NLL) and the Arizona Sahuaros (MPSL).

Phoenix is the host of the yearly Tostitos Fiesta Bowl college football festival, and rents rooms to players on seven major league baseball teams who conduct their spring training in Phoenix each year: the Chicago Cubs, San Diego Padres, Milwaukee Brewers, Anaheim Angels, San Francisco Giants, Seattle Mariners, and Oakland Athletics. The Phoenix Open (PGA), Standard Register Turquoise Classic (LPGA), and The Tradition (Senior PGA) are the pro golf matches that unfold in Phoenix each year. In addition, the Phoenix International Raceway and Manzanita Speedway feature Indy, NASCAR, and drag racing. Glendale is the new home of NFL Arizona Cardinals. The new University of Phoenix Stadium offers an air-conditioned space for 63,000 permanent seats, expandable to 73,000 for mega events like the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl and NFL Super Bowls. It is a state-of-the art facility featuring a roll-out natural grass field and retractable roof.

Arenas/Stadiums

University of Phoenix Stadium – Arizona Cardinals
Glendale, AZ, between the Loop 101 and 91st Ave
(623) 266-5000, Toll-Free: (800) 999-1402
www.azcardinals.com

Chase Field – Arizona Diamondbacks
Fifth and Jefferson Streets
(602) 514-8400
www.azdiamondbacks.com

The Fiesta Bowl
Information: (480) 350-0900
Tickets: (480) 350-0911
Dont miss NCAA bowl game excitement in Glendale in January!

Jobing.com Arena – Phoenix Coyotes, Arizona Sting
9400 W Maryland Ave
Glendale, AZ 85305
(623) 772-3200
www.PhoenixCoyotes.com

Phoenix International Raceway (602) 252-2227
115th Avenue and Baseline Road

US Airways Center (602) 379-7800
201 East Jefferson Street
Phoenix Suns-basketball, Phoenix Mercury
Arizona Rattlers-football
www.nba.com/suns
www.wnba.com/mercury
www.arizonarattlers.com

Baseball
“Americas favorite pastime” is also a Phoenix favorite. With more than 300 days of sunshine per average year, baseball is one of the most popular sports in the Valley ofthe Sun.

Arizona Diamondbacks (602) 514-8400, (480) 503-3111 (Dillards)
P.O. Box 2095
Phoenix, AZ 85001
www.azdiamondbacks.com

HoHoKam Park Tickets: (480) 964-4467, Stadium: (480) 644-4451
1235 N. Center St., Mesa
The park is the spring-training home of the National Leagues Chicago Cubs baseball team.

Peoria Sports Complex (623) 412-4211
6101 N. 83rd Ave., Peoria
The complex, 12 miles northwest of Phoenix, is the spring training home for the San Diego Padres and the Seattle Mariners baseball teams.

Basketball

Phoenix Mercury (602) 252-WNBA [9622]
One Phoenix Suns Plaza
201 E. Jefferson St.
The Mercury basketball team is the new Women’s National Basketball Association franchise for Phoenix. Games are played at US Airways Center from June through August.

Phoenix Suns (602) 379-7900
One Phoenix Suns Plaza
201 E. Jefferson St.
The Suns basketball team is the National Basketball Association franchise for Phoenix. Games are played at America West Arena.

Football

Arizona Cardinals (602) 379-0101
8701 S. Hardy Dr.
Tempe
Arizona Cardinals NFL football games are played at Sun Devil Stadium on the Arizona State University campus.

Arizona Rattlers (602) 514-8300
One Phoenix Suns Plaza
201 E. Jefferson St., Phoenix
The Rattlers have captured two arena football world championship titles since the team came to Arizona in 1992. Home games are played at America West Arena, and the action-packed season runs from April to August.

Hockey

Phoenix Coyotes (623) 772-3200
6751 N. White Out Way, #200
Glendale, AZ 85305
The Coyotes represent the Valley of the Sun as a member club of the National Hockey League. Catch Coyotes games at Jobing.com Arena.

Racing

Firebird International Raceway (602) 268-0200
20000 Maricopa Rd.
Chandler
Firebird Raceway presents NHRA drag racing, drag boat racing, International Hot Boat Association races, UHRA hydroplane races, and street/bracket racing year-round.

Phoenix Greyhound Park (602) 273-7181
3801 E. Washington St.
Phoenix
Greyhounds race nightly and some matinees year-round except Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.

Phoenix International Raceway (602) 252-3833
7602 S. 115th Ave.
Avondale
Phoenix International Raceways auto racing season runs October-May. The schedule includes five races and is topped by an Indy-car race in March and a Winston Cup stock car race in October.

Turf Paradise Race Course (602) 942-1101
1501 W. Bell Rd.
Phoenix
Thoroughbred horse racing is scheduled afternoons daily September-May.

Soccer

Arizona Thunder (602) 263-KICK (5425)
P.O. Box 34268
Phoenix, AZ 85067-4268
The Arizona Thunder is a charter member of the World Indoor Soccer League and plays at Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum (Seating Chart) July through December.