San Antonio

Toyota Field

at 5106 David Edward Dr, San Antonio, 78233 United States

San Antonio's Premier Outdoor Venue

Toyota Field
5106 David Edward Dr
San Antonio , TX 78233
United States
Contact Phone
P: (210) 495-8686


Welcome to Toyota Field's Facebook page, the premier outdoor sports and entertainment venue in San Antonio and South Texas! The new home of the San Antonio Scorpions, 2012 North American Soccer League regular-season champs. Our beautiful, 8,000-seat stadium next to unique Morgan's Wonderland theme park will offer concerts for up to 14,000 guests, festivals, family entertainment and other special events. Sponsored by Toyota, our global partner, Toyota Field is an outgrowth of Soccer for a Cause, philanthropist Gordon Hartman's effort to bring pro soccer to San Antonio as well as benefit the special-needs community.

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Two great games at Toyota Field this Sunday starting at 1:30pm! The San Antonio Scorpions FC take on FC Edmonton before Club Santos and Club Tijuana Xoloitzcuintles de Caliente face off at 4:00!

Published on 2013-10-11 14:02:31 GMT

Toyota Field hosts the Scorpions and Minnesota United FC tonight! Come out and get your tickets for the match at 7:30!

Published on 2013-08-31 18:26:28 GMT

The Ft. Lauderdale Strikers defeated the San Antonio Scorpions 2 - 1. "It's very disappointing that we weren't able to find the back of net, but I saw signs of our forwards being a great threat," said Scorpions Head Coach Tim Hankinson. "We didn't find the open man as quickly as we would like.

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