Municipal Stadium

Park Name: Waterbury Municipal Stadium

Tenants: Waterbury Silverbacks (Connecticut Collegiate Baseball League)

Opened: 1930

Address: 1200 Watertown Avenue, Waterbury, Connecticut 06708

Dimensions: 349' (L), 400' (C), 338' (R)

Former Tenants:

Waterbury Timers (Colonial League) 1947-1950

Waterbury Giants (Eastern League) 1966-1967

Waterbury Indians (Eastern League) 1968-1969

Waterbury Pirates (Eastern League) 1970-1971

Elmira Pioneers (Eastern League) 1972 {Alternate Field}

Waterbury Dodgers (Eastern League) 1973-1976

Waterbury Giants (Eastern League) 1977-1978

Waterbury Athletics (Eastern League) 1979

Waterbury Reds (Eastern League) 1980-1983

Waterbury Angels (Eastern League) 1984

Waterbury Indians (Eastern League) 1985-1986

Waterbury White Sox (New England Collegiate Baseball League) 1994

Waterbury Barons (New England Collegiate Baseball League) 1995-1996

Waterbury Spirit (Northeast League) 1997-1998

Waterbury Spirit (Northern League) 1999-2000

Brass City Bombers (Connecticut Collegiate Baseball League) 2020-2022

The view from behind home plate at Waterbury Municipal Stadium.

The view from down the first base lne.

The view from down the third base line.

The grandstand at Municipal Stadium, as seen from the right field corner of the park.

Orignially designed as a dog track, and used as a multipurpose stadium, almost all of the seating in the ballpark is on a large grandstand running down the first base line.

A very small bleacher section provides the only seating on the third base side of the stadium.

The pressbox sits in a tall building behind home plate.

A few benches behind the backstop are the only seating in the area behind home plate.

A concrete platform stands behind the right field fence. Fans can set up their own seats and view the game from the outfield.

Picnic tables and a concession stand on the concourse at Municipal Stadium.

An entrance tunnel and box office underneath the first base grandstand.

Another unique feature of the park is the location of the flagpole, behind most of the fans, at the top of the stone stands.

The bullpens sit out of play down the foul lines.

The fairly uniform outfield wall.

The scoreboard sits behind the left field fence.

The Brass City Bombers on the field during a game at Waterbury Municipal Stadium.