There are so many options to enjoy sporting events living in Northern California from the Bay Area to Sacramento! We are lucky to have the San Francisco Giants and 49ers, Oakland Raiders and A’s, Golden State Warriors and the Sacramento Kings to name a few! Sporting events are a great option to get any type of group together for the day. Whether you’re going to Levi’s Stadium, Oracle Arena, Oracle Park, former ATT Park, or staying local to see the Sacramento Kings play at the Golden 1 Center, Baja Limo has the perfect luxury vehicle for your group. If you’re planning a team building event at work or you and a group of friends want to go to a sporting event, call Baja Limo and let us do the driving. Why wait to tailgate in the parking lot, start the party in a Baja Limo Party Bus, limousine or SUV. We have a diverse fleet of luxury vehicles to accommodate groups of 2 to 200 and our drivers have extensive experience navigating groups of any size to and from all of Northern California’s stadiums and arenas. Reserving a party bus or limo for a sporting event makes the whole trip an experience to remember and makes traveling in traffic a breeze!
Baseball: San Francisco Giants and Oakland Athletics
Baseball season starts in early April and runs until early October, which lets you enjoy the games in San Francisco, Plus, if your team makes it into the World Series, you have the opportunity to enjoy a few more thrilling days. San Francisco’s Major League Baseball team is the Giants (playing in the National League), who first played in New York (where they originated in the 1880s) before coming to San Francisco. The Giants played in San Francisco’s iconic Candlestick Park from 1960 to 1999, but they moved to Oracle Park in 2000. Across the bay, you’ll find the Oakland Athletics, usually called the Oakland A’s, an American League team founded in 1901 in Philadelphia that moved to Oakland in 1968. The A’s have played in the same stadium since 1968 that was once called the Oakland Coliseum but now goes by the name O.co Coliseum.
Basketball: Golden State Warriors & Sacramento Kings
San Franciscans cheer for the Golden State Warriors, the NBA champions based in Oakland. First formed in Philadelphia in 1946, the team became the San Francisco Warriors in 1962 and by 1971, they represented the entire state and relocated to what is now the Oracle Arena in Oakland. Basketball’s regular season begins in October and ends around the middle of April. Tickets can be purchased at the team’s website or at any ticket service for Oracle Arena. The Sacramento Kings are one of the oldest continuously operating professional basketball franchises in the nation. The Kings originally played at The Sleep Train Arena, formerly ARCO Arena II/Power Balance Pavilion from 1988–2016 and currently play at The Golden 1 Center.
Football: San Francisco 49ers and Oakland Raiders
Football season begins with preseason games in August and runs until the Super Bowl in early February. The San Francisco 49ers hold the honor of being the city’s very first professional major-league sports team. The 49ers played their home games in San Francisco from 1946 to 2013, first at Kezar Stadium in Golden Gate Park and then at Candlestick Park. In 2014, the team moved 40 miles south to their spacious new home at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara. When the Oakland Raiders were first founded in 1960 and since then have given rise to a fiercely loyal fan base: the Raider Nation. The Raiders are the traditional rivals of San Francisco’s 49ers, and since they play in different conferences the “Battle of the Bay” match ups happen every four years in the regular season. The Raiders share use of the O.co Coliseum with the Oakland A’s baseball team.