Spectrum Field is the home for the Phillies' Spring Training games. The ballpark is located on the west side of U.S. Highway 19, adjacent to Carpenter Field.
The Phillies have been training in Clearwater, Florida since 1948. Carpenter Field, which was built in 1967, is used in Spring Training by the Phillies' major league and Minor League players, along with teams in the Florida State League, Gulf Coast Rookie League and the Florida Instructional League.
601 Old Coachman Road
Clearwater, FL 33765
727-712-4300 Executive Offices
727-467-4457 Ticket Office
From Tampa: Highway 60 (Courtney Campbell Causeway) West. Cross over Highway 19 and go to the next stoplight (Old Coachman Road). Turn right (North) at Old Coachman Road. Go North through the Drew Street intersection. Stadium will be on right. 601 N. Old Coachman Road
From the North: U.S. Highway 19 South to N.E. Coachman Road (State Road 590). Turn right (West) onto N.E. Coachman Road and go to the first stoplight. Turn left (South) onto Old Coachman Road. Stadium will be on the left. 601 N. Old Coachman Road
From the South: U.S. Highway 19 North to Gulf to Bay Blvd. (Highway 60). Exit Highway 19 at the Gulf to Bay/Highway 60 exit. After exiting, turn left (West) onto Gulf to Bay/Highway 60 and go to the next stoplight (Old Coachman Road). Turn right (North) onto Old Coachman Road. Go North through the Drew Street intersection. Stadium will be on right. 601 N. Old Coachman Road
From the West/Clearwater Beach: Drew Street East approximately 3.5 miles to Old Coachman Road. Turn left (North) onto Old Coachman Road. Stadium will be on the right. 601 N. Old Coachman Road.
Spectrum Field is designed with a classic Floridian architectural style and has the following features:
- A 360-degree main concourse, open to the playing field
- 7,300 fixed seats with grass berm seating for an additional 1,500
- A tiki-hut pavilion in left field
- Group picnic areas, party suites and Club seats
- A kids play area and expansive team store
- A state-of-the-art video scoreboard