In Game

It’s only fitting that the ballpark in the City of Fountains has an outfield lined with a 322-foot-long water feature that makes the home of the Kansas City Royals one of the most beautiful stadiums in all of Major League Baseball. Kauffman Stadium is breathtaking and makes the bucket list of just about any baseball fan. You won’t find a more beautiful park in the Major Leagues then Kauffman Stadium making a trip to Kansas City a must for all baseball lovers.

Not only is The K one of the prettiest stadiums in baseball, but it also has a lot to offer both baseball fans and nonbaseball fans alike. Even those of you who aren’t big baseball fans will have a good time taking in a game at Kauffman Stadium where you’ll find lots of other things to keep you entertained including the Outfield Experience and Water Spectacular.

Finally, Royals fans are very friendly, and you’ll have a good time taking in a game alongside diehard fans who suffered through decades of disappointment prior to the Royals recent resurgence.

Things to check out

Hall of Fame

Inside Gate A in the left field is the Royals Hall of Fame, which is home to many great artifacts from the Kansas City Royals history. Items here include the 1985 and 2015 World Series trophies and the 2014 American League Championship trophy. Stop by while you’re at Kauffman Stadium to see all of the incredible memorabilia on display.

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Outfield Experience

If you’re going to the stadium with your family, the Outfield Experience is a must. Although it’s geared towards families, there is something for everyone with many things to do such as mini golf and the batting challenge. For the adults, there’s bars/restaurants such as the Budweiser Patio (a fan favorite) and the Pepsi Party Porch.

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Water Spectacular

The City of Fountains lives up to its name inside Kauffman Stadium with a massive 322-foot-long fountain structure that dances and sprays water up to twelve stories high. Take a video of the Water Spectacular as you won’t want to miss this one of a kind stadium feature.

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Buck O’Neil Legacy Seat

Right behind home plate, more specifically section 127, row C, seat 9, is the Buck O’Neil Legacy Seat. Buck O’Neil started as a first baseman for the Kansas City Monarchs and eventually became the first African-American coach in the Majors. Every game, a member of the community is selected to sit in the seat that Buck O’Neil himself used to occupy, so stop by and check it out before the game.

Statues

On the outfield concourse behind the fountains are four statues that immortalize Royals greats, including former Royals owner Ewing Kauffman and his wife, George Brett, Dick Howser, and Frank White Jr.

Crown Vision Scoreboard

The 84' x 104' Crown Vision HD scoreboard is one of the most unique scoreboards in the MLB. The scoreboard is one one of the signature aspects of Kauffman Stadium and a can’t miss for any taking in a game at The K.

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Royals Team Store

Behind home plate fans can find any Royals gear that they’re looking for! The store offers game-used products, novelties, collectibles, and KC Royals Merchandise. No matter what your looking for you’ll find it here as the Royals Team Store features an endless amount of Royals gear.

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KCrew

This energetic group of Royals fans is in charge of creating a great game day atmosphere and experience for everyone at Kauffman Stadium. They toss t-shirts into the stands and are constantly interacting and entertaining Royals fans of all ages, so keep an eye out for them at the game for your chance to win a t-shirt.

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Fun Run

Following Sunday games, fans are offered the opportunity to run the bases. Line up at the first base gate D, so you don’t miss out on the fun.

Fight Songs

  1. Friends in Low Places

    This Garth Brooks hit has been played in the sixth inning at Kauffman Stadium since 2008

    Blame it all on my roots
    I showed up in boots
    And ruined your black tie affair
    The last one to know
    The last one to show
    I was the last one
    You thought you’d see there
    And I saw the surprise
    And the fear in his eyes
    When I took his glass of champagne
    And I toasted you
    Said, honey, we may be through
    But you’ll never hear me complain

    ‘Cause I’ve got friends in low places
    Where the whiskey drowns
    And the beer chases my blues away
    And I’ll be okay
    I’m not big on social graces
    Think I’ll slip on down to the oasis
    Oh, I’ve got friends in low places

    Well, I guess I was wrong
    I just don’t belong
    But then, I’ve been there before
    Everything’s all right
    I’ll just say goodnight
    And I’ll show myself to the door
    Hey, I didn’t mean
    To cause a big scene
    Just give me an hour and then
    Well, I’ll be as high
    As that ivory tower
    That you’re livin’ in

    ‘Cause I’ve got friends in low places
    Where the whiskey drowns
    And the beer chases my blues away
    And I’ll be okay
    I’m not big on social graces
    Think I’ll slip on down to the oasis
    Oh, I’ve got friends in low places

    [3rd Verse:]
    I guess I was wrong
    I just don’t belong
    But then, I’ve been there before
    And everything is alright
    I’ll just say goodnight
    And I’ll show myself to the door
    I didn’t mean to cause a big scene
    Just wait ’til I finish this glass
    Then sweet little lady
    I’ll head back to the bar
    And you can kiss my ass

  2. Kansas City Hey Hey Hey

    Written by The Beatles, this song is played after Royals victories

    Ah, Kansas City
    Gonna get my baby back home
    Yeah, yeah
    I’m gonna Kansas city
    Gonna get my baby back home
    Yeah, yeah
    Well, it’s a long, long, time
    Since my baby’s been goneAh, Kansas City
    Gonna to get my baby on time
    Yeah, yeah
    I’m gonna Kansas City
    Gonna get my baby on time
    Yeah, yeah
    It’s just a one, two, three, four
    Five, six, seven, eight, nine, wah

    Hey, hey, hey, hey
    Hey, baby, woo no clown
    I say you’re no clown
    Now, now, now, now
    Tell me baby
    What’s been wrong with you

    Hey, hey, hey, hey
    Hey, now baby, woo no clown
    I say you’re no clown
    Now, now, now, now
    Tell me baby
    What’s been wrong with you

    Well, I’ll say bye
    Bye, bye, baby bye, bye
    Oh, so long
    Bye, bye, baby I’m gone
    Yeah, I said
    Bye, bye, baby, bye, bye
    Bye, bye, bye, bye

    Well, I’ll say bye
    Bye, bye, baby bye, bye

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