CenturyLink Sports Complex in Fort Myers, Florida, is the site of Hammond Field, the spring training home of the Minnesota Twins. The complex is also home to the Fort Myers Miracle, the local Florida State League Class A-Advanced affiliate, as well as the Gulf Coast League Twins, a Rookie League affiliate. Hammond Stadium boasts a capacity of 9,000, up from 7,500 owing to a 2015 renovation. The complex is open seven days, usually from dawn to dusk. In addition to Hammond Field, CenturyLink Sports Complex has five additional fields that host local softball leagues, collegiate and community teams. Peruse StubHub today for CenturyLink Sports Complex tickets to major, minor and local league games.
What sort of on-site parking is there for CenturyLink Sports Complex events?
If you have CenturyLink Sports Complex tickets, you can purchase an on-site parking space that costs roughly $10 per car during CenturyLink Sports Complex events. This applies to motorcycle parking. Bicycle parking is also available near the complex, denoted by signs.
Can you bring outside food and beverages to CenturyLink Sports Complex events?
Yes, you can, but it must be for medical purposes. You're allowed a factory-sealed bottle of water up to 32 ounces and a small amount of food. For security purposes, please package your food in a 1-gallon freezer bag. For food and drink to be consumed inside stadiums and fields at CenturyLink Sports Complex events, stroll the Boardwalk inside the complex. There you'll find portable food kiosks, grilled eats, standard ballpark concessions food and alcoholic/non-alcoholic beverages.
Do children need tickets for CenturyLink Sports Complex seating?
CenturyLink Sports Complex seating is free if your child is under 30 inches in height. Your child must sit in your lap for the duration of the event. If you have a baby, you're welcome to bring in a small bag of related necessities. We also encourage you to take advantage of our discreet lactation room for breastfeeding.
What about CenturyLink Sports Complex seating for persons with disabilities?
There is CenturyLink Sports Complex seating for persons with disabilities throughout many of the stadiums in the complex, including Hammond Stadium. Elevators and ramps let wheelchair users and those with nuanced mobility travel between different levels and concourses easily.
Is it okay to take pictures at events?
Yes, it is. You're welcome to use your still, no-flash camera at any spring training events and games involving minor and local leagues. Please try not to obstruct the aisles or other guests' views of the field. Monopods and tripods are prohibited. Please do not use any photos of the Minnesota Twins commercially without proper permission.
Can you keep balls that land in the seats?
Per CenturyLink Sports Complex policy, feel free to keep any foul balls or off-kilter balls that land in the seats. At all times try to be peaceful and respectful of other guests vying for the same balls.
Does CenturyLink Sports Complex allow exit and re-entry?
No, exit and re-entry are not allowed. As a reminder, CenturyLink Sports Complex is a smoke-free facility. This includes vaping. Please observe smoke breaks before or after games, away from the facility.Back to Top