Padres Spring Training Guide

Padres Spring Training takes place in February and March 2022, not in California but at small ballparks in Arizona. Even though no Spring Training games are held at Petco Park, we provide this valuable guide because it seems important for any Padres insider to know. There is something magical about watching Spring Training. It seems to distill baseball down to its purest essentials.

Padres Spring Training Tickets 2022

The San Diego Padres play their "home" Spring Training games at the Peoria Sports Complex at 16101 N. 83rd Avenue in Peoria, a suburb of Phoenix, Arizona. The venue has a capacity of approximately 12,300. They share the stadium with the Seattle Mariners. The Padres also play "away" games in Scottsdale, Mesa, Phoenix, Goodyear and Surprise. None is too far a drive from eachother. See available ticket inventory and prices

The Padres are part of the Cactus League, comprised of the 15 American League and National League teams who prepare in Arizona for the MLB season. The experience is an easy road-trip or quick flight away. Once there, Lyft is a great way to get to stadiums. Especially if you are drinking.

2022 Schedule

The 2022 Spring Training schedule is TBD.

Watch for tickets, prices and seating charts here.

Spring Training is a great way to meet baseball players as well — both on the field and off. Keep your eyes peeled in your downtime around town.

Find out more about 2022 spring training on streaming/tv and radio.

Spring Training Weather

Be mindful of desert weather, which means: lots of sun, and often hotter and colder than you might expect. Bring layers, hats, sunscreen. And stay hydrated. In between the incredible craft beer selections and delicious food, be sure to drink that water!


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