Campbell's Field

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Official Name: Campbell's Field

Location: 401 North Delaware Avenue. Camden, NJ. 08102

Construction Completed: May 11, 2001

Seating Capacity: 6,425

Dimensions: Left: 325', Center: 405', Right: 325'

Amenities: 20 Luxury Suites, 417 Club Seats, Picnic Pavillion, Utz Fun Zone, Restaurant

Owner/Operator: Rutgers University/Camden Riversharks

About Campbell's Field[edit]

Home of the Atlantic League Camden Riversharks, the Scarlet Raptors of Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey at Camden and Saint Joseph's University.

Campbell's Field has been recognized over the last two years by Baseball America and as the Independent Baseball "Park of the Year". A 6,450 venue that sits at the base of the Ben Franklin Bridge and rests against the Delaware River, Campbell 's Field gives fans the best view of the Philadelphia skyline. Along with the great view of the Philadelphia skyline, Campbell 's Field also contains 20 Luxury Suites, 417 Club Seats, the Picnic Pavilion, and the Utz Fun Zone, which gives families a variety of options when attending a Riversharks baseball game. [1]

Hosted the 2004 Atlantic League All-Star Game on June 14, 2004.

Local television station KYW has a stationary weather camera called the "Campbell's Field Cam."

The Campbell's Soup Company paid $3 million over 10 years for naming rights to the field. [2]

Related Websites[edit]

Camden Riversharks: Campbell's Field

Rutgers-Camden Baseball Team

Minor League Ballparks: Campbell's Field

Ballpark Digest: Campbell's Field

Ballpark Reviews: Campbell's Field


  1. Camden Riversharks (2004). "Campbell's Field". Camden Riversharks. Retrieved July 23, 2006.
  2. Naming Rights Online (2005). "Minor League Naming Rights". Naming Rights Online. Retrieved July 23, 2006.