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Regions Field



Park Name: Regions Field
Tenants: 
Birmingham Barons (Southern League)
University of Alabama at Birmingham Blazers (NCAA Division I- Conference USA)

Opened: 2013
Address: 1401 First Avenue South, Birmingham, Alabama 35233
Dimensions: 320' (L), 400' (C), 325' (R)


The view from behind home plate at Regions Field.


The view from down the first base line.


The view from down the third base line.


The grandstand at Regions Field, as seen from right field.


The pressbox behind home plate.


The luxury boxes are stacked two high on the first base side. The stadium structure on that side is meant to resemble a converted railroad warehouse, making the luxury suites give off the feel of loft apartments.


The industrial warehouse feel continues on the concourse with corrugated steel concession stands and I-beam supports. Section signage celebrates former Birmingham players like Michael Jordan.


The first few rows behind home plate feature drink rails and ample leg room.


Open-air luxury boxes along the concourse feature tables, drink coolers and Barons branded chairs.


Bleacher seating overlooks the field from above the right field fence.


Picnic table seating above the bullpens in left center field.


Several rows of chairs and a group seating area underneath the scoreboard in the left field corner.


A large, glass-encased event room sits above the seating bowl on the third base side. The rooftop light stanchions are reminiscent of Birmingham's historic Rickwood Field.


Picnic tables and a steep berm make up the family area in the left field corner of the grandstand.


Regions Field opens up into downtown Birmingham's Railroad Park, and food trucks park just outside the gate.


Batting cages sit along the outfield concourse.


A child sized ball field sits on the left field concourse, complete with mini bleacher seating.


Downtown Birmingham as seen from inside Regions Field.


The batter's eye is made up of 3 staggered, ivy-covered, panels.


The outfield fence features several sharp corners, and the wall is significantly taller in right field.


The scoreboard in the left field corner.


The Birmingham Barons on the field during a game at Regions Field.





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