Chattanooga Sports Venues

AT&T Field

AT&T Field is home to the Southern League Class AA Chattanooga Lookouts. This beautiful 6,500 seat stadium overlooks downtown Chattanooga. This great park features 15 skyboxes, plenty of concession stands, and is one of the best new baseball facilities in the country. Opened in 2000. Schedule

Camp Jordan (Park and Arena)

Camp Jordan Park features 13 baseball and softball fields, nine soccer fields (including a stadium field seating 500), an amphitheater, an indoor arena, and more. Camp Jordan Arena is a 34,000 square foot multi-purpose facility. The Arena is heated and air-conditioned and has a seating capacity of approximately 4,000.

Champions Club (Tennis Facility)

The Champions Club Tennis Complex features 26 hard courts, a two-story, 6,000 sq. ft. clubhouse with lockers, restrooms with showers and a pro shop.  The facility – inside and outside – is ADA accessible.  Courts are available for a small fee and can be reserved daily.

Engel Stadium

Engel Stadium was built in 1930 and holds 7,500 people. It was the home of the Chattanooga Lookouts until 1999 when, at the end of the season, they moved to AT&T Field.  It is home to the deepest center field in the history of American ballparks – 471 feet from home plate. Only the now-demolished Polo Grounds in New York City was deeper. Many notables have played on the field, including Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Hank Aaron, Satchel Paige, Willie Mays, Harmon Killebrew, Ferguson Jenkins, Kiki Cuyler, Kid Elberfeld and Burleigh Grimes. Engel Stadium is now used for various high school and college baseball games and tournaments.

Finley Stadium Devenport Field

Finley Stadium Davenport Field is the home stadium for the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga football team. It also served as the home for the NCAA Division I Football Championship from 1997-2009. The stadium, which opened in 1997, has a current capacity of 20,668 and hosts various high school sports, concerts, and competitions. The stadium contains 32 luxury skyboxes as well as 3,465 preferred seats with chairbacks. The $350,000 scoreboard includes a giant matrix screen, and the Stadium Club can hold 250 for pregame or postgame functions. The press box can hold 75 media representatives, has three radio booths and a television broadcast booth. Identical home and visitors locker rooms contain a separate training area and coach locker rooms, as well as an extensive player locker area. Adjacent to the stadium is the First Tennessee Pavilion. The old Ross-Meehan Foundry has been renovated into an open-air pavilion which has become a favorite for tailgaters, complete with food and beverage concessions. The pavilion offers tailgaters a perfect atmosphere around the stadium while providing protection from the weather without being indoors.

Frost Stadium (Warner Park Softball Complex)

Frost Stadium at Warner Park, also known as the “Field of 1000 Dreams” features seating capacity for approximately 3,000 spectators, professional-level softball field, concessions, two stadium boxes, press box, two suites, and an office.  Frost Stadium is one of six professional level softball fields located at Warner Park.

McKenzie Arena

McKenzie Arena (also called The Roundhouse) is the main basketball arena for the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.  Its nickname, “The Roundhouse,” comes not only from its round shape, but the city’s association with the railroad industry (“roundhouses” house the mechanisms for turning trains around at train stations). The 11,218-seat arena was opened on December 1, 1982.  In addition to basketball, the arena has hosted many ice shows, rodeos, circuses, truck rallies, wrestling events, and concerts. The Arena has played host to NCAA Women’s Basketball Championship Regional and First and Second Rounds, Southern Conference Men’s and Women’s Basketball Championships, and SEC Women’s Basketball Championships.

Summit of Softball Complex

This state of the art softball facility built in 2009 features seven 300′ fields that accommodate adult and youth play as well as a 225′ field that can accommodate adult women and youth play. All eight fields will have tarps, which will allow tournaments to be completed even if there is inclement weather. The venue also boasts plenty of restroom and concession facilities, a hospitality suite, umpire facilities, wireless capabilities, as well as a walking track.

The scenic city also has over 200 tennis courts, 25 golf courses, and hundreds of basketball courts, softball and baseball fields.