Anaheim Professional Sport Venues
Anaheim Stadium had been the home of the Angels since their move from Los Angeles following the 1965 season. The stadium opened April 9, 1966, as the California Angels hosted the San Francisco Giants in an exhibition game. The franchise’s first American League game was April 19, 1966 vs. the Chicago White Sox. Angel Stadium is baseball’s fourth-oldest active Major League Baseball stadium, behind Fenway Park, Wrigley Field, and Dodger Stadium. The renovated Angel Stadium of Anaheim has a seating capacity of approximately 45,050 for the Los Angeles Angels.
The new Angel Stadium of Anaheim has a seating Honda Center stands as one of the premier entertainment and sports venues in the country. The arena is home to the 2007 Stanley Cup champions, the Anaheim Ducks. Honda Center annually hosts top-name concerts, exciting sporting events and family favorites such as the Harlem Globetrotters, The Rolling Stones, Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus, and Katy Perry. The arena has hosted over 3,500 events and more than 35 million guests have walked through its doors.
Public Transportation – Metrolink or Amtrak
It’s easy to take the train to Angel Stadium! Ride an Amtrak Pacific Surfliner or Metrolink train to the Anaheim Station. Beginning April 4, 2016 you can ride the Angels Express from L.A. Union Station or Laguna Niguel/Mission Viejo to all Angels weekday home games starting at 7:05 p.m. on the Orange County Line.
Take Metrolink or Amtrak trains to Anaheim Station for the HONDA Center
1. Ride any Amtrak or Metrolink train to Anaheim Station
2. Use the new gate on Track 1 to walk to Katella Avenue
3. Walk east (right) on Katella Ave. to Douglas St.
4. Cross the street to the Honda Center