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These seats are going fast! The green resin stadium seats lined the lower bowl of Cooper Stadium (sections 100 – 119). A few sections were directly behind the dugouts and home plate and might have been where you caught that foul ball in the bottom of the ninth!
For a limited time, you can order these resin seats for your man cave, sports-themed family room, school sports team or organization. A minimum of two seats is required for purchase.
There are two options for purchasing the Stadium Resin Seats:
Option I – A pair of connected resin seats that includes one “end” or aisle seat featuring the old Clippers logo on the side! The pair of connected stadium resin seats, including an aisle seat, is $150. Quantities are limited.
When you place your order to purchase a pair of resin seats that includes an aisle seat, select from the “left” or “right” aisle seat buttons below to indicate which side of the connected seats features the old Clippers logo if you were sitting in the seats.
Option II – This is a purchase of “middle” resin seats and does not include an aisle seat or logo. The middle resin seats are $59.95 each, with a minimum of two seats required for purchase.
To purchase multiple middle seats of more than 20, call 614-440-8711, for pricing options.
Foul balls often found their way into the hands of lucky fans sitting in the silver metal stadium seats that lined the upper bowl of Cooper Stadium, Sections 200 – 224. For a limited time only you can purchase these metal stadium seats for your family rec room, man cave, school sports team or organization! They make for great gifts, too. Just click on the button below to order your seats before they are gone. A minimum of two seats is required for purchase.
The metal stadium seats are $49.95 each, with a minimum of two seats required for purchase.
To purchase multiple seats of more than 20, call 614-440-8711, for pricing options.
Cooper Stadium, dedicated June 3, 1932 as Red Bird Stadium, is an important part of Columbus’ rich sports history. Take a minute to enjoy “Evolution of a ballpark. Cooper Stadium: A long time in the making,” a historical overview of Columbus’ iconic Cooper Stadium published in the Columbus Dispatch, July 16, 2000.
Arshot Investment Corporation has been working for several years to repurpose the vacant Cooper Stadium site on Mound Street on the near-west side of Columbus, Ohio, by converting it into a multi-use Sports Pavilion and Automotive Research Complex (SPARC). SPARC will feature a paved half-mile track, with preserved grandstand seating, and will be anchored by a Technology Center designed to facilitate and showcase the Columbus region’s many contributions to automotive innovation. Read More about the plans for the exciting and visionary SPARC.