Washington Nationals - Viera
Space Coast Stadium
5800 Stadium Parkway
Viera, FL 32940
(321) 604-3242 or
Attending a Washington Nationals Game at Space Coast Stadium
The Washington Nationals call Space Coast Stadium in Viera their spring training home. It was completed in 1994 as the spring-training home of the Florida Marlins, who trained there through 2002.
There is a definite space theme to Space Coast Stadium, an homage to nearby Kennedy Space Center. Fans are greeted by a US Space Shuttle model dedicated to America's pioneering Spirit in Space Exploration. Each foul pole at Space Coast Stadium pays tribute to the lost crews of both the Challenger and Columbia.
Space Coast Stadium is a wonderful place to catch a Spring Training game primarily due to some significant improvements to the park for 2008 such as an electronic scoreboard with a 4 mega-pixel video screen, a brand new lighting system, and an updated PA system. The 2008 improvements come as an addition to the renovations that Brevard County commissioners committed $2.6 million in tourist taxes to for a new roof and canopies, interior and exterior paint jobs, improved drainage and new seats, changed to dark blue and the railings painted red to match the Nationals colors. Added for the 2010 season was a left field tiki bar and picnic area.
Nationals Spring Training Ticket Prices & Information
2016 Ticket Prices and Information
Batter’s Box: Regular $31, Prime $33, Marquee $36; Box MVP: Regular $26, Prime $28, Marquee $33; Box: Regular $24, Prime $25, Marquee $31; Reserved MVP: Regular $22,Prime $23, Marquee $31; Reserved: Regular $20, Prime $21, Marquee $28; Reserved Bleachers: Regular $13, Prime $15, Marquee $18
Regular Games have been designated as those on March 7, 14, 17, 21, 28
Prime Games have been designated as those on March 5, 10, 11, 19, 24, 27
Marquee Games have been designated as those on March 3, 13, 23
2016 Ticket Information
Spring Training season packages and three- and six-game Flex Plans are available for purchase now exclusively online at www.nationals.com/spring.
Individual-game tickets for all Nationals spring contests at Space Coast Stadium will be available beginning January 30, 2016 at 10:00 a.m. at the Space Coast Stadium Box Office, by visiting www.nationals.com/spring or by calling 888.632.NATS(6287).
The 2016 season will mark the Nationals 12th Spring Training at this location. The stadium was built in 1993.
Dimensions: 340 feet down left and right field lines and 404 feet to center.
Seating Capacity: 7,400
Pre-season Practice Policies: National's practice begins at 9:00 a.m. at the Washington Nationals Training Complex, adjacent to Space Coast Stadium, 5600 Stadium Parkway in Viera, and are open to the public.
Click here for a Space Coast Stadium Seating Diagram
Space Coast Stadium is also home to the Brevard County Manatees Class A Florida State League team
Directions to Space Coast Stadium
From the north:
Exit I-95 at Exit 195. Turn left (west) on Fiske Boulevard. Fiske Boulevard becomes Stadium Parkway. Space Coast Stadium is two miles on right.
From the south:
Exit I-95 at exit 191. Turn left (west) on Wickham Road. Once you reach the traffic circle take the second exit to stay on Wickham Road. Turn right at the stop sign (for way stop) onto Stadium Parkway. Follow Stadium Parkway for 2 miles; Space Coast Stadium will be on your left.
Traffic and Road Construction Information from the Florida Department of Transportation
Learn about important traffic and roadway conditions by visiting www.FL511.com. This service reports travel times, road construction, lane closures and more on major Florida roadways.
Washington Nationals Spring Training History
1969-72 West Palm Beach (West Palm Beach Municipal Stadium)
1973-80 Daytona Beach (City Island Ball Park)
1981-97 West Palm Beach (West Palm Beach Municipal Stadium)
1998-2002 Jupiter (Roger Dean Stadium)
2003-16 Viera (Space Coast Stadium)
Nationals Spring Training Attendance (2005-15)
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Other nearby Spring Training sites
Osceola County Stadium, Kissimmee, Home of the Houston Astros - 55 miles to the West Champion Stadium at ESPN Wide World of Sports, Lake Buena Vista, Home of the Atlanta Braves, 63 miles to the West
Tradition Field, Port St. Lucie, Home of the New York Mets, 75 miles to the South