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Masters Mall, Stanford, CA 94305
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Gates open one hour prior to the start of events.
Guest Services, including Lost and Found, are handled through any Redcoat or the Event Manager.
Restrooms are located at the base of the stairs on the north side of the facility.
To schedule a tour of the facility, please contact Facilities & Operations at (650) 723-1949.
Home to Home to Softball
Boyd & Jill Smith Family Stadium is home to the Stanford softball team. Phase 1 of the construction was completed prior to the 1997 season. Phase 2, completed in the spring of 2001, included permanent seating, restroom facilities, a new batting cage, and a press box.
Regular season varsity athletic events are free admission (Softball, M/W Swimming, M/W Water Polo, Syncronized Swimming). If tickets are sold for an event, the ticket windows on the east side of the facility will open one hour prior to the event. Tickets are sold on the day of the event only. For more ticket information, contact the Main Ticket Office at 1-800-STANFORD, or access the Tickets page.
Boyd & Jill Smith Family Stadium has a fixed seating capacity of 820. The total facility capacity is 1,500 with a scaleable capacity of 3,500. The stadium has fixed, theater-style seating with individual seats.
Disabled and disabled companion seating is available along the upper walkway on either side of the press box.
Boyd & Jill Smith Family Stadium is located south of Sunken Diamond, off of Churchill Mall. To access the field, walk from the west side of the Varsity Parking Lot, past Sunken Diamond.
Address: Masters Mall, Stanford, CA, 94305 [MAP IT!]
Parking is available in the Varsity Parking Lot. Entrance to the lot is via Nelson Road off of Galvez Road. The Boyd & Jill Smith Family Stadium entrance is off of the plaza on the northeast corner of the stadium. Marked disabled spaces are available in the south end of the lot. A Disabled Placard (from any state) will be necessary to access the disabled parking areas.
Stanford athletic facilities accommodate disabled guests by wheelchair ramps, lowered drinking fountains, Braille signage and wider doorways.