The 2023 NCAA Women's College World Series will be held at the USA Softball Hall of Fame Stadium in Oklahoma City starting June 1 and ending June 9. Experience the energy, excitement and welcoming spirit of Oklahoma City—the Softball Capital of the World. You’ll feel the energy buzzing through the fans in the stands at the newly renovated stadium.
Here’s a guide that will help you know what to expect from the time you arrive at the field to the final out:
Haven’t bought tickets yet? The NCAA Ticketing has you covered. Tickets are going fast, so be sure to secure yours before they're all gone!
Tip: All fans will need a mobile ticket to enter the venue, so save your ticket to your mobile wallet before arriving for easier access to the venue.
For the 2023 championship, parking will be available in the stadium parking lot for $20 on a daily basis. Re-entry is not permitted once you leave the facility. Free parking will be available at Remington Park. Eight buses will be on site to shuttle attendees from Remington Park's lots to the stadium. Busses will be at full capacity. EMBARK will also be providing transportation to the stadium from the Oklahoma City Convention Center. To find out more information, visit Embark's website. The westbound I-44 Service Rd. will be closed between just south of N.E. 71st St. and N. Miramar Blvd. through spring 2023, so be sure to arrive early to ensure you don’t miss out on any of the action!
Additional parking is available at the Oklahoma Railway Museum across from the stadium.
Click here for more information about parking at the 2023 Women’s College World Series.
Tip: Bring cash for parking!
Inside the Stadium
Fans attending any sessions will be required to enter with clear bags. All oversized bags, backpacks, duffel bags and diaper bags will not be permitted. Please bring a small, clear bag that does not exceed 12” long by 12” high by 6” wide. Exceptions will be made for medically necessary bags after inspection at any entrance. More information on the NCAA's clear bag policy can be found here.
Tip: Bags will not be held during the event and must be returned to your vehicle or hotel.
Game Time Snacks
Cheering on your favorite team can take a lot of energy. Fuel up for the game with some tasty treats available at the stadium! There are two concessions sections on each side of the main concourse and more on the upper deck. Featuring everything from chicken fingers and fries to nachos and pretzels, there's sure to be something to satisfy your appetite. Looking for something different? Head to the space behind the outfield's bleachers for local food trucks!
Tip: Fans are allowed to bring an empty water bottle into the stadium. There are various water fill stations located throughout the complex. All containers must be emptied, including ice, before entering the facility.
From June 1-5, the WCWS Fan Fest will take place in the USA Softball Hall of Fame Complex parking lot! This portion of the event gives attendees a chance to enjoy the World Series festivities with a large group of fellow college softball fans from around the country. Highlighted by a Home Run Derby simulator, a photo op with the NCAA Championship Trophy and so much more, there is plenty of fun going on before and after your favorite team plays!
The eight universities competing in Oklahoma City will be decided at the various Women's College World Series Super Regionals from May 25-28. The champion of each Super Regional will make their way to the Modern Frontier to compete in the WCWS, a double-elimination style tournament that includes a best-of-three final series to decide the national champion.
Have some downtime between games? Make your way around OKC's Bricktown Entertainment District where attractions, restaurants and nightlife are all steps away from each other. Catch a ride on the Bricktown Water Taxi or hop on the modern streetcar that connects six miles of the city’s most popular districts. With multiple walkable districts, bike rental options and scooters on almost every corner, you can discover all that there is to do in OKC outside of the Women’s College World Series. Bring your team spirit and may the best team win!