Globe Life Field is the Texas Rangers Arena.
A public-private collaboration between Arlington and the Rangers, Globe Life Field is a multifunctional sports and entertainment stadium capable of holding local, regional, and national events.
The Texas Rangers play at Globe Life Field. From 1972 through 1993, the team played at Arlington Stadium in Texas. From 1994 through 2019, the team called Arlington Ballpark, Ameriquest Field, Rangers Ballpark, and finally Globe Life Park home.
Globe Life Field Location
Globe Life Field is located at 734 Stadium Drive in Arlington. It’s on a 13-acre site immediately south of Globe Life Park in Arlington, which used to be parking. Randol Mill Road borders the north, Stadium Drive the east, Cowboys Way the south, and Johnson Creek the west.
Globe Life Field Size
Globe Life Field is 400,000 square feet larger than Globe Life Park. GLF reaches 278 feet above the playing field to the retractable roof. 785 × 815 feet on each side A VIP entrance on the west side and five other entrances on the park’s six sides.
Globe Life Field Capacity
At full capacity, the Globe Life Field accommodates up to 40,300 people in stadium-style seating.
Globe Life Field Height
GLF reaches 278 feet above the playing field to the retractable roof. 785 × 815 feet on each side.
Globe Life Field Height Owner
Kyle Seager. Globe Life and Accident Insurance Company, a McKinney-based subsidiary, has the name rights until 2048.
Globe Life Field Address
734 Stadium Dr, Arlington, TX 76011, United States
Globe Life Field Contact
+1 817-533-1972 is the contact number for Globe Life Field.