|Location||San Francisco, United States of America|
|Capacity||Baseball: 41,915; standing room capacity:1,500; NCAA Football: 45,000 (2011 season only)|
The AT&T Park is a well-known baseball park of San Francisco, California that opened on 11th April 2000. An estimated amount of $357 million were spent on the construction of the park. The chief architecture firm that built the park was Populous (formerly known as HOK Sport). The arena was known as the Pacific Bell Park in between 2000-2003 and as SBC Park from 2004 to 2005. Since 2000, the park has been the home of the San Francisco Giants of MLB. The AT&T Park has hosted both professional and college-level American football games, the annual college postseason bowl game and the Foster Farms Bowl from 2002 to 2013.