The stadium has been named after the Coors Brewing Company of Golden, Colorado that purchased the naming rights of the stadium in 1995, before its completion.
The Coors Field is a baseball park, situated in Denver, Colorado. It was the first new stadium added in six years among the Denver sports venues. The construction started on 16th October 1992. CMTS, Inc. managed the project, and the chief architectural firm that constructed the ballpark was HOK Sport (now known as Populous). An estimated amount of US$300 million was spent on the construction of the Coors Field. On 26th April 1995, the stadium was finally opened to spectators. The Coors Field is considered as a home run friendly park. It is 5,200 feet above the sea level which makes it the highest ballpark in the major leagues. The entire field has been installed with Kentucky Bluegrass or the Perennial Ryegrass. The stadium is operated by the Colorado Rockies Baseball Club Ltd. and owned by the Denver Metropolitan MajorLeague Baseball Stadium District. The stadium has been the home of Colorado Rockies of the MLB since 1995.
The ballpark has hosted the 1998 Major League Baseball All-Star Game.
The memorable game between the Rockies and the San Diego Padres was held here on 9th July 2005. The Rockies won the match.
Game 3 and Game 4 of the 2007 World Series between the Colorado Rockies and the Boston Red Sox were held here.
The coldest game in MLB since 1991 was held at the Coors Stadium as the Rockies played the Braves here, on 23rd April 2013.
The Zac Brown Band played at the Coors Field on 3rd July 2015, making it the first major concert held at the ballpark.