Angel Stadium Bag Policy


Angel Stadium is a baseball stadium located in Anaheim, California. It was originally known as Anaheim Stadium and later named Edison International Field of Anaheim. The stadium opened in 1966 and has a capacity of 45,050, serving as the home of the LA Angels of Major League Baseball (MLB) and the Los Angeles Rams of the National Football league (NFL).

Angle stadium hosted the 1967 MLB All-Star Game, the first of its kind on prime-time television. Angel Stadium again hosted All-Star games in 1989 and 2010 as well.

All bags, backpacks, and other carriers are prohibited from being brought into the stadium but after proper inspection guests are allowed to bring purses or bags that measure up to 12" x 12" and have one zipper closure/flap or smaller and clear bags that do not exceed 12.75" x 6.5" x 12.75".

Angle Stadium Bag Policy

Angle Stadium has a strict bag policy in order to provide a safe and enjoyable environment for all guests.

 Only the following items will be permitted into the stadium:

  • Purses or bags that are 12" x 12" with a single zipper closure/flap or smaller.
  • Bags that are clear plastic, vinyl or PVC and do not exceed 12.75" x 6.5" x 12.75" are permitted. All clear bags must have no obscured interior pockets and the contents of the bag must be visible at all times.
  • If you have a medical condition that requires you to carry a medical bag. You are allowed to bring a medical bag for medically necessary items, including diaper bags that accompany an infant, to be carried into the stadium.

Angle Stadium is committed to providing a safe and enjoyable experience for all guests. In order to ensure safety, all guests are required to have their bags inspected before entering the stadium.

Any bags or containers that are not permitted into the stadium must be returned to the patron's vehicle. This includes all bags that are not specifically listed as being allowed in the stadium.

Types of bags allowed in the stadium along with dimensions

There are a few different types of bags that are allowed in stadiums, and each has its own specific dimensions. Here is a rundown of the types of bags allowed in stadiums, along with their dimensions:

Purses and Bags Smaller Than 12" x 12"

Purses and bags that are 12" x 12" or smaller than 12" x 12" are allowed in the stadium, but any larger bags will not be permitted. This policy is in place to help security screeners quickly and efficiently check all bags that come into the stadium.

Clear Bags Smaller Than 12.75" x 6.5" x 12.75"

Bags that are clear plastic, vinyl, or PVC with no obscured interior pockets and do not exceed 12.75" x 6.5" x 12.75" are permitted. Bags that exceed these dimensions, even if they are clear, will not be allowed into the stadium.

Medical and Diaper Bags

You are allowed to bring a medical bag for medically necessary items, including diaper bags that accompany an infant, to be carried into the stadium.

Which bags are not allowed in the stadium?

There are several types of bags that are not allowed in the stadium.

Laptop Bags

Laptop bags are not permitted in the stadium. This is because they can be used to smuggle other contraband.

Backpacks

Backpacks are not allowed in the stadium. This is for security reasons, as backpacks can easily be used to smuggle other prohibited items. If you must bring a backpack into the stadium, must be returned to the patron's vehicle.

Gym Bags

Gym bags are not allowed in the stadium. The reason for this is that they may contain items that are prohibited in the stadium. If you have a gym bag, you will need to either leave it at home or your vehicle.

Large purses

There are a few items that are not allowed in the stadium, and one of those is large purses. Purses must be smaller than a certain size in order to be brought into the stadium. This is for the safety of everyone in the stadium, as large purses can oftentimes block people's views and be a safety hazard.

Beach Bags

Beach bags are not allowed in the stadium. They are too large and can obstruct the view of other fans.

Travel bags

Travel bags are not allowed in the stadium. This includes any type of suitcase, duffel bag, or backpack. All bags must be able to fit under your seat or in your lap. You may bring a small purse or clutch as long as it does not obstruct your view or the view of other fans.

Angel Stadium Seating Chart

Angel Stadium Seating Chart

Other Policies You Should Know Before Game Day

Before you head to the game, make sure you know the policies of the stadium. There are a few other policies that you should be aware of before game day.

Smoking Policy

Angels Stadium is a smoke-free environment. For the convenience of guests, dedicated smoking stations are located outside Gate 1 and Gate 4. Smoking is not permitted inside the building but is allowed in the Smoke-Free Area.

Alcohol Policy

Alcoholic beverages are not allowed in the parking lot or the stadium. A California state law prohibits the sale of alcohol to anyone younger than 21 years old. People under 40 represent more than half of MLB viewers, they're going to be required to produce a valid form of identification and evidence of age if they buy alcohol at a game.

Sales of alcohol at concession stands will stop two hours and ten minutes after the first pitch, which usually ends with the seventh inning of a baseball game. Angles Baseball reserve the right to suspend alcohol sales if this becomes disruptive or unsafe. Fans are not allowed to take any alcoholic beverages outside of Angel Stadium.

Camera Policy

Professional equipment including zoom lenses measuring more than 6" in length is not permitted without proper media credentials, as required by the MLB. They are permitted for personal use as long as they cannot take game action shots.

Banners and Signs Policy

There are a few things you should know about the stadium's Banners, Signs, and Flags policies. 

  1. The banner must be about baseball and in good taste, as judged by the Angels Baseball staff.
  2. Banners and Signs must not be commercial, political, or obscene in nature.
  3. They are also not allowed anywhere within the playing field.
  4. Banners and Signs cannot obstruct any advertising in the ballpark.
  5. Banners and Signs may not be hung, displayed, or affixed to any part of the Stadium.
  6. The banner must be three feet tall, by 12 feet wide. And it should be made of fire-resistant material.