- Address: 1 Brewers Way, Milwaukee
- Country: United States
- Capacity: 41,000
- Opened: 6 April 2001
- Main use: Baseball
- Tenants: Milwaukee Brewers (baseball)
Extra stadium info – American Family Field
The venue was previously named Miller Park until the $40 million naming rights deal with the Miller Brewing Company expired at the end of 2020. The construcion of the stadium started in 1996 and its construction costs were $400 million. The ballpark, which has a retractable roof, is known as a venue for various events, like baseball, bowling, concerts and football. Its record attendance was set when 46,000 people showed up for a baseball match of the Milwaukee Brewers. The Brewers drew an average home attendance of 34,000 in their first Major League Baseball season at the ballpark. The next year, they drew an average home league attendance of 24,000 in their 81 MLB games.
The World Series
The Milwaukee Brewers played their first-ever World Series in 1982. They lost their first-ever World Series against the St. Louis Cardinals. The Brewers won their first-ever World Series game on 12 October 1982. The match took place in Missouri in front of 53,000 spectators. On 15 October 1982, the Milwaukee Brewers played their first World Series game in Wisconsin. 56,000 fans showed up for the match. The St. Louis Cardinals won the game.
The first-ever football match at the American Family Field
The American Family Field hosted its first-ever football match in 2014, when 31,000 people attended a game between Club Deportivo Guadalajara from the United Mexican States and Swansea City Association Football Club from the United Kingdom. CD Guadalajara won the first-ever edition of the North American championship for football clubs in 1962. In 2018, they won the tournament for the second time in their history after beating Toronto FC from Canada. Swansea City AFC became the first sports club from Wales with 1 million followers on its main social media page.