A HOME PITCH FOR SOCCER AT CARDINALE STADIUM
Cardinale Stadium is a 6,000-seat soccer-specific venue located in the middle of the Monterey Peninsula on the campus of California State University, Monterey Bay in Seaside, California and is less than a mile from the nearest beach. Formerly home to the Fort Ord Warriors, a semi-pro American football team composed of military service members, Monterey Bay Football Club invested over $11 million in renovations to transition Cardinale Stadium into its newest era. The stadium is lined by the region’s iconic Monterey cypress trees and is highlighted by its large beer garden located on the East end of the venue – an area for fans to gather, share a pint and explore various food truck options during matches. In addition, the stadium features a VIP lounge and premium field seating that offers fans a one-of-a-kind professional soccer experience.
The CSUMB campus sits centrally amongst the coastal communities of Marina, Pacific Grove, Monterey, Seaside, Carmel and the Salinas Valley, and is less than a mile from the beach. Formerly the site of the decommissioned Army base Fort Ord, the site has undergone a transformation into a state-of-the-art campus that is also home to The Panetta Institute for Public Policy.
CARDINALE STADIUM ADDRESS
4111 2nd Ave., Seaside, CA 93955 [ Google Map ]
STADIUM KEY FEATURES
- The North and South Seating Sections are lined at the top by the region’s iconic Monterey cypress trees
- Supporter section behind the goal on the east-side
- Designated sections for supporters and general admission attendees on the East side
- Seat-backs for portions of the North and South Seating Sections; updated bleacher seating for multiple sections
- FIFA-approved turf
- Merchandise and concessions
- Premium seating area with hospitality and open-air seating
- Addition of a Broadcast/Press Box at the top of the South Seating Section
- Updates and renovations of the offices and field house which will house the home and away locker rooms and Monterey Bay F.C. headquarters
- Installation of four 90-foot high poles with broadcast sports