St. Petersburg, United States of America
Al Lang Stadium

Home of the Tampa Bay Rowdies.

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Named in honour of the former mayor of St. Petersburg, Al Lang, for his commitment and dedication to the development of minor and major league baseball in the city, the Al Lang Stadium was originally founded as a baseball stadium in 1947, and has functioned as one for over 60 years. For decades, several renowned major league baseball clubs have used the massive stadium as a spring training venue during the off-season, big names that have passed through its turf include the New York Yankees, the St. Louis Cardinals, the New York Mets, and the Tampa Bay Devil Rays.

Following the tenancy of the Tampa Bay Rowdies in 2011, the city’s very own American professional soccer team, the Al Lang Stadium was increasingly modified for use as a soccer venue, and was ultimately expanded into a soccer-only facility in 2014. With current plans to create a more soccer-friendly stadium by expanding the Al Lang Stadium from its 7,500-seating capacity to a whopping 18,000-seats, soccer fans are promised an enhanced experience at the massive Al Lang stadium in St. Petersburg, Florida.

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Tips Before You Go
Visitors are recommended to get the general admissions seat tickets to catch a game, especially of the Tampa Bay Rowdies, at the Al Lang Stadium.
From the grandstand, visitors get a lovely view of the St. Petersburg harbour and Tampa bay, aside from all the action on the field.
230 1st St S, St. Petersburg, FL 33701, USA