Play Ball! Tickets on Sale for Final Season of Atlanta Braves Spring Training

If you are baseball fans, you won’t want to miss out on Atlanta Braves 2019 Spring Training.

As previously announced, this year will be the 22ndand final season the Atlanta Braves Spring Training takes place at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at Walt Disney World® Resort.

The season begins February 25 against the Washington Nationals and comes to an end on March 23 against the New York Mets.

The Braves will play a total of 16 home games at Champion Stadium against top MLB contenders like the 2017 World Champion Houston Astros (March 4, March 17), New York Yankees (March 18), and St. Louis Cardinals (March 12). 

This spring will be your last chance to come out and watch the Braves and experience the magic of spring training at Disney, which features character appearances and special moments including kids running the bases and other in-game entertainment that have made Braves Spring Training at Disney a grand slam. Plus, parking is free at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex.

Limited, commemorative “Farewell Season” merchandise and exciting new food and beverage offerings will be available throughout the season.

One food and beverage kiosk will even transform its menu every game to feature food items that are “local favorites” of the visiting team.

Tickets begin at just $15 and are now on sale through the Atlanta Braves’ website (, ESPN Wide World of Sports box office and through Ticketmaster (1-800-745-3000).

For the first three games of the season, there is a February Ticket Special where you can enjoy great seats in the Upper Level, Bleachers, and 3rd Base Berm for only $19.97, a nod to the first year of Atlanta Braves Spring Training at Walt Disney World!

For groups of 10 or more, or to book private suites, cabanas or on-field experiences, please call 407-939-GAME.

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Events may be subject to availability, capacity limits, eligibility requirements, and may be subject to delay, change, or cancellation for inclement weather.

Don Korta
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