Globe Life Field was built in conjunction with Texas Live!, an entertainment complex the Rangers built adjacent to the stadium. This complex features a hotel, convention center, courtyard, retail stores, restaurants and clubs. It serves as one of the main entrance areas into the ballpark, directly into left field. Outside, the facade of Globe Life Field consist of primarily glass, brick and steel. It features a 5.5 acre retractable roof that features clear roof panels allowing natural light into the ballpark when it is closed. When the roof is open, it is docked behind the third base grandstand. Inside Globe Life Field has 40,300 on seven tiers and features multiple premium seating area. One of the most unique premium seating areas is the Dugout Club, sunken seating areas directly along each dugout to the foul poles, providing fans with an extremely closeup view of the action on the field. Open to all fans in left field is the SkyPorch Bar, an area for fans to congregate with their favorite beverage and enjoy views of the ballpark. It features garage doors that open and a deck with rocking chairs. When fans navigate the concourses they never loose sight of the field as Globe Life Field features 360 degree concourses on the lower and upper levels. Two giant video/scoreboards are located within the ballpark. Towering over right field is a 58′ high by 150′ wide videoboard. The display in left field measures 40′ high by 111′ wide. Globe Life Field does not have a grass field, but features an artificial synthetic turf. The Rangers chose turf due to issues with growing natural grass in retractable roof stadiums. The Texas Rangers played their first game at Globe Life Field on July 24, 2020, a win against the Colorado Rockies.
Tenant: Texas Rangers (MLB)