By doug
Home to the Oakland Athletics, the Oakland Coliseum is a multi-purpose stadium that hosts both Major League Baseball and National Football League games.
Main Park Information
Park Access
Gates open one and a half (1.5) hours prior to the first scheduled pitch for games Monday – Friday and two hours prior to scheduled first pitch for games on Saturday and Sunday.
Merchandise Store
The A’s Team stores are located at Sections 105 and 129 on the Main Concourse. Merchandise stores are also located at both C and D Entry Gates; hat sales are on the Main Concourse behind Section 114.
Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) Information
Access to Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum is available by exiting at the Coliseum/Airport BART Station on the Fremont/Richmond line or Dublin/Pleasanton line. There are additional ramps leading to the north lot (A Gate) and to the south lot (B Gate). BART service from the Coliseum runs with the last train leaving at approximately midnight.
for A’s games opens two and one half hours prior to game time. The fee for parking is $17 for cars (no bills larger then $20 accepted), $30 for limousines, and $30 for buses. Guests with cars are entitled to only one parking stall per parking fee. ACE Parking collects the parking fee at the parking entrance gates, and directs traffic as necessary within the lots and along the access roads.
Things To Do @ Oakland Coliseum
Stomper Fun Zone
Located on the Club Concourse behind Section 220. Guests may take their children to this interactive area to enjoy the speed pitch game, batting cage, coin operated rides, win prizes and more. The Stomper Fun Zone is open every home game during the summer months of June, July, and August. The Fun Zone is open on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday home games during April, May, and September. The Fun Zone opens when the stadium gates open and closes after the last out of the 8th inning. Stomper visits the Fun Zone during the 7th inning during weekend home games, for autographs and photo sessions.
Food @ the Oakland Coliseum
Before the Game
Jack London Square Eateries (short walk to BART)
After the Game
Take BART to San Francisco (two stops with listings)

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