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Disch-Falk Field Seating Chart

Seating charts reflect the general layout for this venue.
Actual seating arrangements may vary slightly.

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Disch-Falk Field Ticket Information

Venue: Disch-Falk Field
Formerly Named: Disch Falk Field
Official Site:
Capacity: 6,649

Disch-Falk Field Details

Widely recognized as one of the best collegiate baseball facilities in America, Disch-Falk Field has been home to Texas Baseball since 1975. The facility opened on Feb. 17, 1975, when the eventual national champion Longhorns swept a doubleheader from St. Mary's by scores of 4-0 and 11-0. Named for former Longhorns coaches Billy Disch and Bibb Falk, the facility seats more than 8,000 spectators and features chairbacks on more than 5,000 seats and covered seating throughout most of the stands. The current surface and warning track are AstroTurf which was completely reinstalled in 1999. The dimensions are 340 feet down the left field line, 325 to right and 400 to straightaway center field. There are eight light towers plus banks atop the covered stands. The candle power is comparable to major league parks

Disch-Falk Field Address

Disch-Falk Field
2499 University Ave
University of Texas
Austin, TX 78722

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