- Address: 2001 Blake Street, Denver
- Country: United States
- Capacity: 50,000
- Opened: 26 April 1995
- Main use: Baseball
- Tenants: Colorado Rockies (baseball)
Extra stadium info – Coors Field
The Coors Field is named after the Coors Brewing Company. Its construction started in 1993 and the construction costs of the ballpark were $300 million. The venue became one of the largest baseball stadiums by capacity in the world. The Major League Baseball stadium opened with a capacity of 50,000. In 1998, the venue hosted its first-ever Major League Baseball All-Star Game. A crowd of 51,000 showed up for the match. The second Major League Baseball All-Star Game at the Coors Field took place in 2021. 49,000 spectators attended the game.
The Colorado Rockies
The ballpark named Coors Field opened with a baseball match between the Colorado Rockies and the New York Mets. The Rockies played their first-ever Major League Baseball game in 1993. They lost the game, which took place in New York, against the New York Mets. A few days later, the Colorado Rockies won their first home game in Major League Baseball. The Rockies drew an average home attendance of 55,000 in 1993. It was the highest average home attendance in that Major League Baseball season.
The 2007 World Series
In 2007, the Colorado Rockies reached the World Series for the first time in their history. They drew an average home attendance of 28,000 in that MLB season. The 2007 World Series consisted of four matches. The Boston Red Sox from Massachusetts won all of those four matches. They won the World Series 11 times before they faced the Colorado Rockies in the World Series. The third game of the 2007 World Series took place at the Coors Field. 49,000 fans showed up for the match. The second World Series game at the Coors Field took place one day later. 50,000 people attended the match.