Accessibility Guide - Dodger Stadium Disabled Services
Dodger Stadium Home Page - Home of the world-famous Los Angeles Dodgers baseball team. More than 125 million fans have visited the ballpark since it opened in 1962 awing spectators with a breathtaking view of downtown Los Angeles to the south; green, tree-lined Elysian hills to the north and east; and the San Gabriel Mountains beyond. The 56,000-seat Dodger Stadium has parking for 16,000 automobiles on 21 terraced lots adjacent to the same elevations as the six different seating levels. More than 3,400 trees cover the 300 acres of beautiful landscape, which is maintained by a full-time staff of gardeners.
Dodger Stadium Disabled Services
Many facilities at Dodger Stadium are available for persons with disabilities.
An assisted listening system that broadcasts FOX Sports 1150 AM, KWKW (Spanish radio) and the public address system is available during all games to fans with hearing impairments. Radio receivers are available for checkout from the security office on the eighth level. A valid driver's license or identification card is required for checkout.
All stadium gates are available to accommodate persons using wheelchairs. The side doors of gates are available for wheelchair access. Fans may contact security personnel or any ticket taker for entry.
There are an ample amount of disabled parking spaces located in parking lots B, G, N, & P. Parking cashiers and attendants will direct those with a valid state-issued disabled parking permit and/or license plate to these areas.
TTY pay phones are located on the Field Level near aisle 39, on the Loge Level near aisle 121 and on the Reserved Level near aisle 4.
Wheelchair seats are available in the following sections: Field Box MVP, Field Box, Infield Loge Box, Preferred Loge Box, Club and Top Deck.
Tickets may be purchased by calling 866-DODGERS (866-363-4377), at all advanced ticket outlets or at the stadium on the day of the game.