With the Royals success last season, there are very high expectations for 2014. KC fans finally have a team to be excited about, and the Royals are preparing to rock this new season. With Spring Training in full swing, it’s a fantastic time for the Royals players to get pumped up and prepared for this year.
The Royals first began training at Terry Park in Fort Myers from 1969-1987. The team switched locations in 1988 to train in the brand-new Baseball City in central Florida. However, Surprise, Arizona has been home to the Kansas City Royals Spring Training since 2003. It was the first time the team had ever left Florida to train.
With the Royals quickly gaining favor in the MLB, their spring training tickets sell with ease. Their current venue is more capable of housing all the fans. Surprise Stadium holds 10,500. It has a main seating bowl, a second level featuring seats and luxury boxes, and outfield berm seating.
Surprise Stadium isn’t just practical for the fans. It’s practical for the team as well. With team kitchens, weight and training facilities, a practice infield for each team and six full practice fields, Surprise Stadium is full-equipped to ready the KC team.
Spring Training ends April 3rd, 2014; The Royals will quickly turn around and play the Chicago White Sox on April 4th, 2014. To be there at opening day for the Kauffman Stadium, call Tickets for Less. Tickets for Less is BBB accredited with an A+ rating and guarantees no sales tax or service fees. Order online at www.ticketsforless.com or feel free to call 913.685.3322 to speak with an experienced ticket specialist.