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Venue Detail

Birmingham Barons

Revenues From Sports Venues Pro Facilities Report
February, 2012
Birmingham Barons
PO Box 360007 Birmingham, AL 35236-0007 Phone: 205-988-3200 Fax: 205-988-9698 URL: Owner: Don, Jeff and Stan Logan League: Southern League, South
Regions Park, 100 Ben Chapman Dr, Birmingham, AL 35244-4500 Owner: City of Hoover Managed by: Team Built: 1988 Capacity: 10,800 Permanent concession stands: 4 Concessionaire: Team Suite caterer: Team Soft drink: Coca Cola Beer: Multiple
Naming rights
Sold to: Regions Bank Term: 9 years Expires: 2016
Ticket prices
Season tickets range from $355 to $365 Single tickets range from $6.00 to $8.00
2009 average attendance: 4,418 2010 average attendance: 4,180 2011 average attendance: 3,847
Quantity: 10 Term: 1 to 5 years Price: $12,500 to $17,500 Seats: 12 to 20 Includes: Parking, tickets.
Club seats
Quantity: 450 Term: 1 to 1 years Price: $420 to $420 Includes: Tickets and wait staff.

The Birmingham Barons hope to play in a new ballpark planned for downtown Birmingham, but that deal has not been finalized. In the meantime, the team sent a notice to the city of Hoover that it will exercise an option to extend its lease at Regions Park. Birmingham officials have said they will help deal with that issue if their plan works out.
A five-year option, with the Barons continuing to pay a lease of $200,000 a year, would tie the club to Regions Park through the 2015 season.
The Barons and the city of Birmingham signed a letter of intent for the Double-A team to be the primary tenant at a proposed ballpark that would be built next to Railroad Park as part of a downtown revitalization effort.
Construction could begin in 2012 and the ballpark would seat close to 8,500 fans. That's 1,500 smaller than capacity at Regions Park but closer to the size of most Southern League parks.
Birmingham would pay for the venue through a 3.5 percent lodging tax increase. The tax is contingent on a final agreement between the city and the Barons.
In addition to rent, the pending contract between Birmingham and the team includes a revenue-sharing provision in which the city will get a portion of profits from the ballpark. (BaseballMinor, Facilities, Financial, Professional Sports)