Angels Stadium of Anaheim
Los Angeles Angels
Angels Stadium, 2000 Gene Autry Way, Anaheim CA 92806 Google Maps
Angels Stadium of Anaheim has been the home of the Los Angeles Angels since 1966. Angels Stadium has good access to the Orange County Freeway System. Orange County Transit Authority buses serve the area. The stadium parking lot is adjacent to a train station with Metrolink commuter train service. Service may not be available after night games.
Los Angeles Angels Tickets
Great tickets (sometimes less than stadium prices) for home and away games are available from a registered ticket broker.
Los Angeles Angels History
The Angels have had several name changes since they were an American League expansion team in 1961 as the Los Angeles Angels. The team played in a minor league park in Los Angeles, called Wrigley Field. Between 1962 and 1965 the Angels shared Dodger Stadium with the NL Los Angeles Dodgers. In September 1965, the team name was changed to the California Angels in anticipation of moving to the new Anaheim Stadium the next season. Walt Disney took control of the Angels in 1997. The stadium was renovated and the name changed to Edison International Field of Anaheim. The team name was changed to the Anaheim Angels. In 2005, a new owner changed the team name to Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.
The Angels won their only World Championship in 2002 by defeating the San Francisco Giants.