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O.co Coliseum, an AEG managed facility, is the premiere sports & entertainment venue in Northern Caifornia. Home of the Oakland Raiders & Oakland Athletics.
Great Ballpark Energy, fun place to go with friends! All the workers are super nice and helpful. You can bring Your OWN food into the park! And drinks! Frozen ice cream is great! Go support the A's!!!
Best craft beer options are at the Gastropub, in the West Side Club, on the second deck and right behind home plate. They also serve made-to-order brick oven pizzas that are surprisingly good.
Anyone who doesn't like the Coli is just jealous of all the A's accomplishments throughout history. Even with Mt. Davis O.co is one of the best parks in baseball! The atmosphere is always electric!
The food is super expensive--like any other stadium, and the stairs are a killer not only from the entrance to the seat but from the bart to your seat. but it is a great stadium in the city of Oakland
If you're a die-hard A's fan, the place to be is section 149 in the RF bleachers, home to some of the most entertaining fans in baseball (otherwise, look for cheap infield seats on StubHub).
Best baseball team in the Bay Area, bar none. If you don't need the pretty views, gourmet food, and fufu crowds, this is the spot for you. A place for blue collar fans who are really into the game!
Red Hook Philly Cheesesteak... made fresh and yummy! Share a cup o' fries with a friend. $4.99 small domestic beer/ $8 domestic large / $8.25 specialty small beer (bluemoon,sierranevada,guiness,etc)
Wanna meet THE BEST, LOUDEST, FRIENDLIEST, MOST CREATIVE & FUN FANS IN ALL OF BASEBALL? Come to the Coliseum! Sit behind the bullpen, on the rail in 119 or the crAziest exp try the bleachers! ;)
The fan experience is boring, but always a great idea for visiting team fans to come here. As for Bay Area baseball fans, SF Giants fans have more class than A's fans since A's fans love to hate
I LOVE O.CO AND THE OAKLAND ATHLETICS!!! IF U DONT YOU JUST ARE NOT THAT BRIGHT, I GUESS! And if you are a gnats fan ... there's always the Bay Bridge or the GG to jump off!!!
The stadium has hosted Oakland Raiders football between 1966-81 &1995-today, & Oakland A's baseball since 1968. On May 1, 1991, Rickey Henderson stole his 939th career base becoming an all-time leader
Watch your language during A's games! It can get you ejected from the game! I saw three fans get ejected for using excessive profanity after being warned twice (three strikes and you're OUT!)
Of course it's old, decrepit, in a bad part of town, and Mt. Davis is an abomination. But its still fun to watch a game. Home of 4 World Series titles and 2 Super Bowl champions.
Make friends with the ushers. If you're nice, they might let you sit in better seats...IF no one sits there before they're supposed to send you back to your original seat!
Veggie dogs are in section 220. If you are not seated on the club section, ask for an escort, which they will do. Often it takes persistence and a couple of tries.
Watching the Raiders can be intimidating for sure. But once you get past the black face paint, spikes, chains, etc. you realize they are great folks. Just cheer for the Raiders to be safe though. ;)
If you have suite tickets, you can go just about any loction in the stadium including the entrance tunnel and cheerleader landing!
Be advised that the Dryer's stand by section 130 is the ONLY stand that will let you buy a water bottle with credit card in this entire stadium. Even on the hottest day of summer...
Upgrade needed! The small tvs to view the game when you go to the food stands, the slim selection at the food stand, the shared urinals!!!
You can now buy Seat and Experiential Upgrades at all A's home games! Download the MLB at the Ballpark app to upgrade:
Half the time, you'll find cheaper tickets on the A's website than StubHub, even the day of the game. Outfield seats are fantastic for just $15.
This was da bomb in the 70's but now it just blows! As need to go to San Jose, they will welcome Al and his traitors back in lipstick city and build a new venue for him there I am sure!
Word to the wise: Bring gloves and a scarf to any evening baseball game, no matter what time of year it is. You could hang meat in the Coliseum after dusk and it wouldn't go bad!
If you want sun, sit on 1st base side, field level. If you want the best team in baseball, sit anywhere. Go A's.
Pass the Good with Sports Authority and the NFL! Through 1/2/11, donate your football cleats, gloves and NFL gear at Sports Authority stores to help children get active, and receive a $10 Cash Card.
The $4.75 grilled cheese at the Burger Shack behind section 132 is delicious and a decent deal for ballpark food.
Officially the biggest shithole of any stadium for any of the major sports in this country. I have been to minor league stadiums nicer than this place.
It does get chilly in the evenings, even in June/July. Beware, hot chocolates (10 oz cup) are $5 each!!!
Best food is the Westside Club. You can get a brick oven pizza and all kinds of beer on tap.
In the winter, Mt. Davis is covered with snow and is perfect for skiing. Buy a hot chocolate at the summit.
The food sucks but you can't beat free parking on Tuesday and a $4 ticket.
Great atmosphere during game 5 of the ALCS vs. the Tigers. Not the best stadium, but it's all good.
The A's fans here are annoying, feeling like crybabies, and will hate any team, especially divisional rivals and the Yankees
Look for, or rather listen for the loud pizza vendor guy wandering the stands. He is legendary.
Come hungry! There's an All-You-Can-Eat section located in the upper deck directly behind homeplate.
Don't sit in L field bleachers. The staff is always super rude that side. R field bleachers for life!
Home of the Raiders, one of the few old stadiums, get to visit it before the build another one...
Visiting in the summer and it's hard to believe this stadium is also a football field. Go A's!
Don't bother dishing out the extra cash for front row seats as the foul ball territory ruins it. Terrible baseball stadium.
$12 nosebleed seats on the third deck have a great view from behind home plate plus $6 credit towards concession stand.
It was a good game. I saw Kurt Suzuki hit a home run. Although, the stadium need some remodeling. You still can have a good time.