Russ Chandler Among Best Stadium Experiences

Jan. 15, 2015

THE FLATS – Georgia Tech’s Russ Chandler Stadium continues to garner national praise. Last month, it was named the top playing surface in college baseball, and now has rated the ballpark experience one of the best in sports.

Stadium Journey reviewed more than 2,000 venues nationwide, and ranked the home of the 2014 ACC Champions fifth-best in college baseball and No. 53 overall. The ratings took into account factors such as the stadium’s food & beverage offerings, atmosphere, neighborhood, fans, access, and overall return on investment.

This marks the fourth year of Stadium Journey’s Top 100 rankings, and the second straight year Russ Chandler Stadium has been highly ranked. The No. 1 overall stadium in 2014 was Oriole Park at Camden Yards, while the top collegiate baseball experience was Carolina Stadium at the University of South Carolina.

Russ Chandler Stadium received five-star ratings in a number of categories including return on investment, noting that the combination of reasonable ticket prices, championship-level baseball and the stadium’s unique location in heart of midtown Atlanta make it an excellent value.

Season tickets for the 2015 Georgia Tech baseball season are now on sale. Fans may purchase season-ticket packages starting at $125 online at, in person at the Georgia Tech Ticket Office or by calling 1-888-TECH-TIX.

In addition to the $125 season-ticket options (as low as $4 per game), Reserved Chairback seating at Russ Chandler Stadium is available for $275. Season tickets in the Reserved Chairback sections include your membership in the Yellow Jackets’ Grand Slam Club.

The priority seating deadline is Friday, January 16.


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