The USA Softball Hall of Fame Stadium in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, is home to USA Softball and USA Baseball tournaments that consist of players from around the USA.
The USA Softball Hall of Fame Stadium is surrounded by a perimeter road known as “Softball Drive” to commemorate USA’s prominence in softball and baseball. The stadium has a seating capacity of approximately 8,000 people across four seating decks: two lower seating decks and two upper seating decks on each side. The permanent seating arrangement consists of 7,500 chairback seats and 500 bench-back seats. The facility also contains 20 luxury suites and 36 concession stands.
USA Softball Hall of Fame Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium, the large size of which allows for many other events beyond USA Baseball and USA Softball tournaments to be held within its walls. Such events include concerts, car shows, graduations, banquets, soccer games, and more.
The USA Softball Hall of Fame Stadium was built in 1998 and is named after USA Softball and its parent organization USA Baseball. The construction of this facility occurred with approximately $15 million in donations from individuals and businesses around the nation.
In addition to being a significant source of revenue for Oklahoma City from tourism, USA Softball Hall Of Fame Stadium also hosts the NCAA Women’s College World Series.
The WCWS is a Women’s college softball tournament operated by the NCAA and held annually during May at USA Hall of Fame Stadium in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. It was founded in 1982 and became the Division I Women’s College World Series. Until 2004 it was known as the Women’s College Softball World Series. In 2021, over 15,000 people visited USA’s home field during the Women’s College World Series.