ABC Supply Stadium
ABC Supply Stadium is a baseball park located in the South Beloit area. The stadium is brand new as of 2021, and gives South Beloit baseball fans a new place to enjoy the game. ABC Supply Stadium is located right on the Rock River in downtown South Beloit. The stadium is home to the Beloit Snappers baseball team.
The stadium includes a 360-degree walkable open concourse, a right field party deck and outfield group areas. On game days, the stadium will have a 3,500 person capacity limit. Along with the stadium, there are brand new parking lots and a centerfield entrance that faces downtown. The park was designed this way to be an extension of Downtown Beloit.
With the downtown entrance, fans can park in one of the 1500 parking spots nearby and spend time downtown before or after the game. It makes getting to the park easier and connects fans to nightlife activities and other downtown spots.
ABC Supply Stadium also features a high definition video board for fans during games, and has an all new food and beverage program to enjoy. All facility amenities are in compliance with the new MLB/MiLB facility standards to keep baseball in South Beloit.
The baseball field itself is made of synthetic turf with dirt and clay infield and bases. Synthetic turf allows the baseball field to be easily used for other events like concerts throughout the year. This is a no frills stadium designed to fit into the downtown area without sticking out.
Along with being home to baseball games in South Beloit, during the off-season the facility can be used to host events. The indoor suites in the Beloit Health System Club are made for year-round use. The indoor area can host events for up to 300 people.
Inside the ballpark, the food offerings are all new. There is a beer stand in the left field corner serving Leinenkugel beers, and another bar in the right field. The stadium’s signature drink is a brandy Old-fashioned slushie which can be purchased at the bars.
For food, there are places like Sausage Haus, Wisco on a Stick, and The Meatball. There will also be rotating food trucks during the season to switch up the offerings and give fans a variety to choose from. ABC Supply Stadium took 13 months to construct, and there is still some work to be done.