O.co Coliseum History
O.co Coliseum has been a Northern California attraction on the sports scene since 1995, when
it first opened in Oakland as the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum. While the Oakland Raiders are the most-watched team at
the venue, O.co has also played host to teams like the MLB's Oakland Athletics and MLS' San Jose Earthquakes. Raiders football
is always a huge draw to the stadium and the team has some of the most loyal fans in the NFL who continue to show up even
when they team struggles in the tough AFC West. The Oakland A's have emerged one again to be one of the top teams in the American
League and have risen to the top of the AL West despite being in a division with teams like the Rangers and Angels who have
a seemingly endless amount of money to spend on free agents. O.co Coliseum tickets are among the hottest commodities in the
Bay Area and StubHub has tickets to all of the stadium's biggest events.
O.co Coliseum Events
is one of the most electric stadiums in Major League Baseball this season as the A's have become one of the top teams in all
of baseball and fans are flocking to the stadium to show the team their support in what they are hoping could be a run to
the World Series. The A's have big series against the Orioles, the Angels, the Phillies, and more coming up as they look to
finish out the season strong and every A's fan in the Bay Area will want to be at O.co Coliseum along the way. The Oakland
Raiders have home games against the Houston Texans, the Arizona Cardinals, the San Francisco 49ers, the Houston Texans, and
the Buffalo Bills along with the annual games against AFC West rivals the San Diego Chargers, the Denver Broncos, and the
Kansas City Chiefs.
Bay Area, California
California's Bay Area is one of the most visited parts of the
United States and is brimming with things to do. If you are looking to spend a quiet day picnicking and wandering around you
can check out the gorgeous Golden Gate Park or Presidio Park. A trip down to Fisherman's Wharf is always a must when visiting
the city as well. If you are looking for sports the Bay Area also has you covered. Depending on the season you can catch a
San Francisco Giants game, a San Francisco 49ers game, or head across the bay to see the Golden State Warriors, the Oakland
A's, or the Oakland Raiders. This is not to mention the plethora of college sports going on while school is in session.
O.co Coliseum Seating Layout
O.co Coliseum seats more than 35,000 fans for Oakland A's baseball games and more
than 53,000 for Oakland Raiders football games. Whichever sport suits your fancy you are sure to have an action packed time
when you visit O.co Coliseum.
The Disney film Angels in the Outfield was meant to take place at
the A in Anaheim but due to a 1994 earthquake filming was moved to O.co Coliseum which was used as the popular Anaheim stadium
for the movie.