Meeting Facilities Overview

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Charles and Marie Lupton Baseball Stadium at Williams-Reilly Field

Opened in 2003, the Charles and Marie Lupton Baseball Stadium at Williams-Reilly Field is one of the premier facilities in collegiate baseball. It features a two-deck structure that allows every seat to be extremely close to the playing surface for a great vantage point of the on-field action. The baseball stadium is named for the late Charles A. and Marie Lupton, who owned the Fort Worth Coca-Cola bottling franchise and bottling plants in Texas and California. The Brown-Lupton Foundation made the naming gift. The playing surface is named Williams-Reilly Field in honor of former TCU baseball coach Roger Williams and business leader Michael Reilly. Williams, who lettered on the diamond for TCU from 1968-71, guided the Horned Frogs as their head coach in 1976 before holding a position on the TCU Board of Trustees and serving as the Chairman of the Lupton Stadium Capital Campaign. He also held the distinguished position of Secretary of State for the State of Texas from 2005-07. The facility has hosted four Regionals in the last six seasons as well as its first Super Regional in 2014, when TCU defeated Pepperdine to advance to its second College World Series in the past five years.



Parking Information: parking lot on the east side of the field, off of Berry St., west of the soccer stadium

Location: 3005 Stadium Drive, Fort Worth, TX 76109