Capitol Corridor is a fun and convenient way to get to the latest sports and entertainment events in the Bay Area and Sacramento region. Ditch the traffic and parking hassles and sit back and enjoy the view. During the ride, you can grab a snack or drink in the Café Car and get a jump start on tailgating before the event.
Oakland Coliseum & Oakland Arena
The Oakland Arena and Oakland Alameda Coliseum host a spectrum of sporting and entertainment events throughout the year and they are home to the MLB Oakland Athletics.
Getting there: Oakland Coliseum is an easy 4-minute walk (0.1 miles) and Oakland Arena is a convenient 6-minute walk (0.3 miles) from the Oakland Coliseum station.
For more info, please visit: www.coliseum.com
San Francisco – Chase Center
The Chase Center opened on September 6, 2019, and has become known for its luxurious features and lively surrounding area. This sport and entertainment venue is the new home of the NBA Golden State Warriors and exciting concerts.
Getting there: Read our blog here.
For more info, please visit: www.chasecenter.com
Sacramento – Golden 1 Center
The Golden 1 Center is a new state-of-the-art venue in the heart of downtown Sacramento, and is the home of the NBA Sacramento Kings basketball team.
Getting there: Golden 1 Center is an easy 6-minute walk (0.3 miles) from the Sacramento Station.
For more info, please visit: www.golden1center.com
Santa Clara-Great America – Levi’s Stadium
Levi’s® Stadium is known for being the most high-tech stadium in the world and is home to the NFL San Francisco 49er’s football team and adjoining 49er’s museum.
Getting there: Levi’s Stadium is an easy 5-minute walk (0.3 miles) from the Santa Clara-Great America Station.
For more info, please visit: www.levisstadium.com
Berkeley – California Memorial Stadium
California Memorial Stadium is the home of the Golden Bears since its opening in the fall of 1923.
Getting there: From the Capitol Corridor Berkeley Station, take AC Transit’s Line 51B to the stop at Durant and College. Or, take the Capitol Corridor to the Richmond or Oakland Coliseum stations and connect with BART to the downtown Berkeley BART station.
For more info, please visit: www.calbears.com
Sacramento – Sutter Health Park
Raley Field is home to the Sacramento River Cats baseball team, the San Francisco Giants’ minor league affiliate.
Getting there: Raley Field is about a 20-minute walk (1 mile) from the Sacramento Station, or a short ride by cab, Lyft, or Uber.
For more info, please visit: www.rivercats.com
San Jose-Diridon – SAP Center
SAP Center hosts premier sporting and entertainment events throughout the year and is home to the NHL San Jose Sharks hockey team.
Getting there: SAP Center is a short 4-minute walk (0.1 miles) from the San Jose-Diridon Station.
For more info, please visit: www.sapcenter.com
San Francisco – Oracle Park
Oracle Park, home of the MLB San Francisco Giants, is home to more than just baseball. With breathtaking views of the Bay as a main tourist attraction, Oracle Park is open year-round to Ballpark Tours as well as public and private events.
Getting there: Take the Capitol Corridor train to Emeryville and board a connecting bus to Financial District Bus Stop in San Francisco. From here it is either a 13-minute bus ride on the N or KT Muni Lines or a 26-minute walk. Public scooters and bicycles can also be found near the Financial District.
For more information, please visit: www.sanfrancisco.giants.mlb.com
Santa Clara – University – Avaya Stadium
Avaya Stadium is home to Major League Soccer’s San Jose Earthquakes.
Getting there: The stadium is a short 15-20 minute walk (1 mile) from the Santa Clara-University station.
For more info, please visit: www.sjearthquakes.com