Jackie Robinson Stadium

Located on the site of old Sawtelle Field, Jackie Robinson Stadium provides the Bruins with one of the top college baseball fields in the nation. The stadium was made possible by a private gift from Hoyt Pardee (UCLA '41), a classmate of Jackie Robinson.

Set along trees in a natural environment, Jackie Robinson Stadium can host as many as 1,250 fans in stadium-style seats, installed prior to the 2006 season. It can also accommodate many more on grass slopes above each dugout and in the terrace area beyond center field. Each seat offers an excellent view of the symmetrical field. The eight-foot high fences are 330 feet from home plate down the lines, 370 feet in the power alleys and 395 feet in straight-away center field. A warning track surrounds the grass field. The padded backstop, built into the base of the stands, is 55 feet from home plate, providing adequate foul territory behind the plate. The stadium was dedicated on Feb. 7, 1981 with an exhibition game between the Bruins and the Los Angeles Dodgers.

Jackie Robinson, for whom the stadium is named, was the first African-American baseball player to compete in the major leagues when he joined the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1947. As a student-athlete at UCLA, Robinson became the Bruins' first four-sport letterman, playing football, basketball, track, and baseball. A bronze statue of Robinson is located near the concession stand on the concourse level. The statue was dedicated on April 27, 1985, before the UCLA-Arizona State game.

Tickets can be ordered online here or by calling 310-UCLA-WIN. Tickets may be purchased the day of the game at the Jackie Robinson Stadium box office (cash only) beginning 90 minutes prior to the start of the game. Seating is general admission. Tickets are $8 for adults, $5 for youth (16 and younger), and $5 for groups (15 or more). Students are free with valid BruinCard.

For a fee of $10 during the regular season, fans can park in the lot right next to the stadium.

Jackie Robinson Stadium is located just off the UCLA campus on Constitution Ave. Click HERE for a map.

From the 405 North
Exit Wilshire Blvd. (West)
After exit, make an immediate right onto Sepulveda Blvd.
Drive straight on Sepulveda approximately one-quarter mile.
Turn left onto Constitution Ave.
Stadium is on right-hand side, about 500 feet down the road.

From the 405 South
Take the Sunset Blvd exit and turn left onto Church Lane.
Continue driving south on Church Lane.
Turn left at Montana Avenue.
Turn right at Sepulveda Blvd.
Drive straight on Sepulveda Blvd approximately one-half mile.
Turn right at Constitution Avenue.
Stadium is on right-hand side, about 500 feet down the road.

Photo/Video Policy
Professional cameras and cameras with telephoto or detachable lenses longer than the width (base) of the camera are prohibited in UCLA athletic venues. Only those credentialed by the UCLA Athletic Communications Office will have the right to use such equipment. Flash photography, video cameras, monopods and tripods are also prohibited. UCLA event management reserves the right to ask guests to put cameras or video equipment away.

Prohibited Items

  • Noisemakers including thunder sticks, musical instruments, whistles, air horns and boom boxes
  • Weapons or projectiles
  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Glass or metal containers of any size
  • Hard or soft sided coolers in the seating areas
  • Plastic drink containers (except 2 liters or less with factory seal intact)
  • Boxes or wrapped packages of any size
  • Unsliced fruits or vegetables
  • Animals (other than service animals required because of a disability)
  • Balls or toys
  • Laser pointers
  • Poles or sticks
  • Unauthorized video cameras, monopods or tripods
  • Skates, skateboards, scooters or bicycles
  • Strollers in the seating areas

    If you have any other questions, please contact the UCLA Athletic Communications Office at (310) 206-7870. The office is open Mon.-Fri. between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.

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