The waterfront home of Stockton Ports, a minor league baseball team and an affiliate of the Oakland Athletics. The Downtown Stockton ballpark features 4,200 fixed seats, 4 luxury suites, 2 picnic areas, an elevated club seating area, and over capacity of 5,200. On-site parking. Banner Island Ballpark is large enough to host large-scale events like concerts and community gatherings but it also has several smaller areas ideal for more intimate and private gatherings.
– The field and seating bowl area (large events)
– The Ports Terrace (seats 200)
– The Club (seats 200)
– The Jackson Rancheria Back Porch and Kids Zone area (seats 50)
– The Ports Club House (seats 50)
– The Conference Room (seats 30)
– Luxury Suite (seats 20)
– The Banner Island Ballpark parking lot
Because of the history surrounding Banner Island Ballpark, the stadium was given a historical certificate and named a historical site on August 10, 2008 by the Stockton Cultural Heritage Board. Banner Island was not only the home of professional baseball in Stockton as early as the 1800s, but also the site where Charles Weber flew the flag to celebrate Union victories during the Civil War (hence “Banner Island”), where Coxey’s Army was camped in 1893, and where World War II ships were constructed.