USA Softball Hall of Fame Complex
Building on its foundation in Oklahoma City, USA Softball added the USA Softball Hall of Fame Complex – also known as the Mecca of Softball® and Softball Capital of the World® – to its headquarters in 1987. Since it was built, the complex has played host to some of the most outstanding softball events in the United States, including the World Cup of Softball, Border Battle, Olympic tour stops, various USA Softball National Championships and the highly-touted NCAA Women’s College World Series (WCWS) – an event which the facility has played host for over 30 years. The fan-favorite collegiate event will remain at the USA Softball Hall of Fame Complex through 2035, welcoming sellout crowds from across the country to experience the best-of-the-best compete at the Softball Capital of the World®.
A sponsor to the USA Softball Hall of Fame Complex Stadium since 2014, OGE Energy secured a 20-year naming rights agreement for the stadium field – launching the stadium’s new name of USA Softball Hall of Fame Stadium – OGE Energy Field prior to the 2014 Women’s College World Series
Following five phases of renovations, the complex now amasses four fields – including the legendary USA Softball Hall of Fame Stadium – OGE Energy Field, which recently received a $27.5 million facelift with an added upper deck that increased capacity by 4,000 seats, a three-story press box as well as upgraded ticket windows and complex entrances.
So why is the USA Softball Hall of Fame Complex the Softball Capital of the World®? The USA Softball Hall of Fame Complex reached this status not only from the NCAA WCWS, but due to the numerous other events, both national and international, with events booked for 30 weekends each year. Together, the events attract more than 150,000 fans a year to the stadium, making it a year-round operation and destination for softball fans and athletes.
With the ability to have four separate games going on at one time, ballpark visitors are able to watch a variety of teams all day long while enjoying the amenities the USA Softball Hall of Fame Complex has to offer. Sitting on more than 18,000 square feet of land, visitors can watch a game at the stadium and take a short walk over to the National Softball Hall of Fame and Museum. With a variety of fan, athlete and umpire amenities, it’s no wonder why every softball participant and enthusiast mark the USA Softball Hall of Fame Complex as an item on their bucket list. With state-of-the art features like a digital video board and ribbon boards, free Wi-Fi, hospitality buildings, team locker rooms and facilities, the USA Softball Hall of Fame Complex continues to grow and develop additional services and comforts to provide an even better experience for visitors.
In addition to a long history of hosting the best-of-the-best in competition, the USA Softball Hall of Fame Complex has seen historic performances, with many legends of the game making their mark in the history books of the revered Hall of Fame Stadium. Many softball greats, like slow pitch sluggers Bruce Meade and Brett Helmer, Olympians Jennie Finch, Lisa Fernandez and Laura Berg and legendary NCAA Softball coaches Sue Enquist and Mike Candrea, have stepped on these hallowed grounds, creating a legacy that continues to inspire softball players across the globe to this day.
USA Softball Hall of Fame Complex
2801 NE 50th Street
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Heading South on I-35
Take exit 132 A and turn right onto NE 50th Street. The National Softball Hall of Fame and Museum and USA Softball Hall of Fame Complex will be on your right (0.1 miles).
Heading North on I-35
Take exit 132 A and turn left onto NE 50th Street. The National Softball Hall of Fame and Museum and USA Softball Hall of Fame Complex will be on your right (0.1 miles).
All guests may be subject to search of their personal and/or possessions (including women’s handbags of normal size that may be allowed entry after such a search). Patrons with prohibited articles will be turned away at the entrances and no storage or “check area” will be provided for such items. Enforcement will be without exceptions.
The USA Softball Hall of Fame Stadium – OGE Energy Field offers ADA seating in the top row of sections 1-18 (main concourse level). For those individuals requiring special seating under the Americans with Disabilities Act, we are happy to accommodate your needs. After placing your ticket order, individuals must contact the USA Softball Hall of Fame Complex Events Department by calling (405) 424-5266 and asking for a member of the Stadium Events staff during regular business hours (8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Central Time, Monday through Friday). In keeping with ADA guidelines, priority for special access tickets will be given based on the order that appropriate documentation has been completed and filed. As such, prompt action is strongly recommended. Wheelchair and companion seats will be assigned on a 1:1 basis.
ADA patrons may also utilize the handicap parking spots available at the front areas of the parking lot towards the stadium entrance. For entrance into the four-field complex, patrons will be able to have access to the main entrance to the facility location to the east of the ticket booth. If special entry is needed, please contact a staff member at the front gate if you have specific needs. If field access is needed by the patron, please contact a staff member at the front gate or in the press box area for assistance.