Oakland Coliseum

Access Guide for Guests With Disabilities

Accessible Parking

Accessible Seating/Companion Seating

ADA Assistants

Alternative Format Materials

Braille schedules can be mailed to guests who request them. To have a schedule mailed, please contact the A's Executive Offices at (510) 638-4900.

Assistive Listening Devices



The Oakland Coliseum was built in 1966 and therefore the concession stands are not ADA accessible. However, the staff at these stands will help accommodate disabled guests by coming out of the stand if necessary to assist them. We also have our ADA staff working the games that can assist if necessary.

Dietary Restrictions

We allow all guests to bring in food and beverages as long as they are within the posted stadium guidelines.

Drop-off/Pick Up Areas

Electrical Outlets


Emergency Evacuation

In the event of an emergency evacuation, guests should remain calm and listen to the PA or nearest event supervisor for instructions and directions. Guests should proceed to the nearest exit, or make their way to the playing field, as necessary. A's Team and Paramedics Plus personnel are available to assist guests with disabilities.

Entry and Carry-in Policy

All entrance gates are ADA accessible. ADA-only lines are available at each entrance gate.

The Oakland Coliseum is a No Re-Entry facility. Guests who exit the stadium and wish to return will need a new, un-scanned game ticket to re-enter. We do make exceptions for guests who need to return to their vehicle for medical attention or issues. Guests who qualify should speak to the designated Event Representative who will mark their ticket for re-entry.

All permitted and prohibited items are listed at each entrance gate. All bags must be no larger than 16" x 16" x 8". All bags, including backpacks and purses, are subject to search. No cans, weapons, glass containers or alcohol are allowed into the Coliseum at any time. Diaper bags are permitted in regardless of size, for guests accompanied by their babies. Strollers must be small enough to keep out of walkways and aisles or be checked into the Guest Services Office at Section 126 or at an Information Booth at Sections 101, 134 and 220.

Fan Texting

Text "Issue", followed by space and "Location" to 69050. Message goes to Dispatch and they will respond to the issue. This text number is available for all issues, including requests for A's Team ADA Special Assistance. Text STOP to cancel or HELP for info. Message and data rates may apply.

First Aid

Interpreting Services

Noise Cancelling Headphones

Noise Cancelling Headphones are available at Guest Services Office at Section 126.

Nursing Pods

  • Located at Section 217 and the Stomping Ground
  • This pod serves as a private space for nursing mothers to feed or pump
  • To get access to the pod code: 8008
  • Be sure to check the lock above the keypad to see if it’s in use before entering

Peanut Controlled Suite

  • Located at Loge Suite 8 (Section 204)
  • Guests must have a ticket for this space - Buy Now
  • Meant to be a space attempting to be free of any nuts
  • Intended for guests that have peanut/nut allergies to safely enjoy the game

Public Transportation

The BART system and Capital Corridor are conveniently located nearby and ADA accessible. Guests can take the ADA accessible pedestrian bridge to both the BART and Capital Corridor stations. Elevators and taxi cab service is available at the BART station.


  • North Plaza Ramp: Located behind Section 225
  • South Plaza Ramp: Located behind Section 209 (Exit only during giveaways)
  • Section 120: inside stadium; access to Ticket Services & ATM
  • Section 114: inside stadium; access to Ticket Services
  • C Gate: access to Club Concourse Sections 200-205, Plaza Reserved (Sections 234-249), Eastside Club, Gate MM, and BART Plaza
  • D Gate: access to Club Concourse Sections 229-234, Plaza Reserved (Sections 234-249), Eastside Club, Gate LL, and BART Plaza

Restrooms/Family Restrooms

Sensory Suite

  • Located at Plaza Suite 71
  • This room is meant to provide a safe, calming environment for guests that feel overwhelmed or overstimulated
  • It is meant to be a temporary space for a guest to utilize
  • The guest that needs the space can be accompanied by 3 additional guests in their party
  • After 20 minutes guests must return to their ticketed seating location unless granted permission to stay for longer

Service Animals

Stadium Seating Chart

Use this large-scale map to find your way to what you need at the Oakland Coliseum.


All Suites on the East Side (Suites 67-96) are accessible by elevator.

Most suites on the West Side are on the concourse and ADA accessible.

Suite 60-61 have a wheelchair lift.

Ticket Information

Water Fountains

Wheelchair Services


The A's are committed to making sure that guests with disabilities are able to enjoy all aspects of their visit to an A's home game. Should there be any questions or concerns regarding our facilities, procedures or recommendations to improve the experience for our disabled guests, contact the A's at (510) 638-4900.