OAKLAND COLISEUM

OAKLAND-ALAMEDA COUNTY COLISEUM HISTORY

Oakland Coliseum  (capacity 43,662)

Oakland, California  

Park opened April 1968.  Coliseum originally opened in 1966 as the home of the NFL Oakland Raiders.  In 1968 the As moved from Kansas City and four years later started a string of three straight World Series titles.  The Coliseum has hosted eleven American League Championship Series and six World Series have been played there.  On 5-8-1968 Catfish Hunter pitched a perfect game against Minnesota at the Coliseum.

10 Great Things

to do in

OAKLAND

 

For Adults:
1. Jack London Square
2.
Celebrations on

    the Bay
3.
California Canoe

    & Kayak
4.
Aikido Institute
5.
Lake Chabot Golf

    Course

For Adults w/ Children:
1. Oakland A's Baseball
2. Oakland Zoo
3. Jack London Square
4. Fenton's Creamery
5. Oakland Museum

    of California