San Manuel Stadium

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Arrowhead Credit Union Park
Location San Bernardino, CA United States
34.097759; -117.294894
Building chronology
Built 1996
Tenants
Inland Empire 66ers of San Bernardino
CSUSB Coyotes
Capacity
5,000

San Manuel Stadium, in San Bernardino, CA, is the home of the Inland Empire 66ers of San Bernardino, the Los Angeles Angels' Low-A West farm team.

The city negotiated "of San Bernardino" into the name as a condition of the 2016 stadium lease renewal, with the city agreeing to spend up to $2 million in repairs and maintenance. Some sources had used the "of San Bernardino" reference long before, possibly because the Halos were then still officially the "Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim" (which is no longer the case).

Designed by HOK Sport (now Populous), the ballpark opened as San Bernardino Stadium in 1996. Dubbed "The Ranch" while its team went by the name San Bernardino Stampede, it became the first Cali league team with a naming-rights deal in 2002. When that expired, the San Manuel Band of Serrano Mission Indians picked it up.

The ballpark is in the joint protected territory of the Angels and Los Angeles Dodgers.