Cactus League Spring Training
Cactus League Spring Training is a seasonal rite that descends on the Greater Phoenix area every February and March with the iconic sounds of cracking bats, snapping mitts and happy fans.
For baseball lovers, it doesn’t get much better than this: sunny weather, affordable tickets and unparalleled proximity to the best players in the game. Find everything you need to know about Spring Training Baseball in Arizona, including Cactus League Teams, Cactus League Schedule, and more.
- Fifteen major league teams play more than 200 games across Greater Phoenix during the month, with no two ballparks more than a 45-minute drive from each other.
- The 2024 Cactus League season runs from February 22 to March 26.
- 2024 Cactus League schedule.
- Check out the map below for stadium locations and links to more info and tickets.
Get info on home games for your favorite team, what to do while you're there and the closest spots to stay near the ballparks.
Spring Training Tips
- Wear sunscreen! Put it on before you head out and bring more to apply during the game.
- Lawn seats can get hot, fast. Make sure to drink plenty of water and bring a hat and lightweight clothing to protect yourself from the sun.
- Get your tickets early. Popular teams will sell out fast so plan ahead.
- Rules about outside food and drink vary by stadium. Check the stadium website or call before you go for details.
- Learn more and find tickets at CactusLeague.com.
Cactus League FAQs
Where is Cactus League Spring Training?
Cactus League Spring Training is held at the following 10 baseball stadiums throughout the Greater Phoenix area: Goodyear Ballpark, Surprise Stadium, Camelback Ranch, Peoria Sports Complex, American Family Fields of Phoenix, Tempe Diablo Stadium, Scottsdale Stadium, Salt River Fields at Talking Stick, and Hohokam Stadium.
What are the dates for spring training 2023 in Arizona?
The 2023 Cactus League season runs from February 24 to March 28.
Which teams host spring training in Arizona?
Chicago White Sox
Kansas City Royals
Los Angeles Angels
Los Angeles Dodgers
San Diego Padres
San Francisco Giants