Campbell's Field

Campbell's Field is a 6,425-seat baseball-only stadium in Camden, New Jersey that hosted its first regular season baseball game on May 11, 2001. The ballpark is home to the Camden Riversharks and the college baseball team of Rutgers University-Camden.

The park, located at Delaware and Penn Avenues, features a commanding view of the Benjamin Franklin Bridge connecting Camden with Philadelphia, Pennsylvania across the Delaware River. Views of the Philadelphia skyline are available from the right-field grandstand. These views can be seen through the "Campbell's Field Cam", a stationary weather camera used by KYW-TV in Philadelphia.

The naming rights to the park belong to the Camden-based Campbell Soup Company, which paid $3 million over ten years.


Campbell's Field opened in May 2001, and was one of the projects designed to spark urban renewal in the city of Camden. The ballpark was honored in 2003 by and in 2004 by Baseball America as the "Ballpark of the Year." Campbell's Field has been honored with several local awards, including the Camden County Improvement Authority Entertainment Award in 2000, the International Masonry Institute Golden Trowel Award in 2001, the Urban Land Institute's Award for Excellence in 2002, the Downtown New Jersey Excellence Award, the New Jersey Business and Industry Association Good Neighbor Award, and the Distinguished Award for Engineering Excellence given by the Consulting Engineers Council of New Jersey in 2003.

On July 14, 2004, Campbell's Field hosted the Atlantic League All-Star Game. It is slated to be the host of the 2008 Atlantic 10 baseball tournament.

Ballpark attractions

  • Acme Fun Zone- provides entertainment for children.
  • Flying Fish Brewing Company- beer vendor in the pub area.
  • Picnic Pavilion- an area designed for fans to eat and conversate.


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