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AT&T Field, Chattanooga
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AT&T Field is a baseball field located in Chattanooga, Tennessee. It is the home of the minor league Chattanooga Lookouts of the double-A Southern League. Capacity of the stadium is 6,362 people, with the vast majority of seating located on the first base side. Construction of the stadium began in March 1999, and was completed for the 2000 season. The stadium's first game was on April 10, 2000, a 5–4 Chattanooga win.AT&T Field was known as BellSouth Park until March 2007, when the ballpark's name was changed to reflect the purchase of BellSouth by AT&T Inc.Field diagramFile:ChattanoogaLookouts.png
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  • We have gone to several games here and have enjoyed each visit. You sit close enough to the action to actually see the expressions on the faces of the players and can hear their shouts and grunts. Foo...  more »
  • We rented the lounge on August 9th I believe and the space was great. A huge air conditioned room large enough to 60 people anyway and the unlimited hamburger buffet was great. Then we moved outside t...  more »
  • This sporting facility is a great family outing. AA Chattanooga Lookouts affiliated with the MN Twins are a first class organization. Players are approachable, prices are reasonable, beer tenders are ...  more »
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  • Got to use one of the boxes and it was fantastic. The service was really good. They checked on us frequently and got anything we needed. It helps to go on a winning night. Not a chocolate fan and when I went to get ice cream they only had chocolate. Not really a bad seat in the place. Parking in the garages nearby is $5 or $6 in advance depending on the garage. Handicap parking on the hill south side of the stadium.
  • I'm sure that this story might reach major headlines but I'm going to tell it the way it happened. A baseball was hit behind the pitcher as I was getting ice cream with Emily and I saw where I thought it was going to land and I went toward it or actually I ran toward it, floored a 13 year old boy, and retrieved it for Olivia. She's happy and I created many laughs.
  • Nearly every time I have taken my kid here loud foul mouth drunks ruined the experience. You would think that sort of thing would be frowned upon and is at other ballparks but not at a Lookouts game. Unfortunate and a turnoff. Stadium needs upgraded especially the video board. I've seen old 32" tube TV's bigger than it. Hey...that may be an old 32" tube TV out there. Compared to cities with new ballparks AT&T Field looks extremely dated.
  • Good ball park. Tickets are very reasonably priced. Food and drinks are high like any other ball park. Seats are ok. Great place to take the kids for an afternoon game. They have lots of promotions and free giveaways for the games. Access is pretty good. Parking is hit or miss on the streets but expect to pay to park in a garage or lot.
  • Great bang for your buck. Fireworks after Friday night home games. Also, check for special promos...thirsty thursday, and kids eat free mondays are nice