Question: When did the College World Series move to TD Ameritrade?

Record attendance 28,846 (June 18, 2015) (LSU vs. TCU)
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Who owns the College World Series Stadium?

Major League Baseball Commissioner Robert Manfred, Jr. called TD Ameritrade Park Omaha, “the best non-MLB facility in North America.” This 24,000-seat stadium is Omaha’s premiere sports and outdoor entertainment venue located in downtown Omaha.

What teams play at TD Ameritrade?

What else is TD Ameritrade Park used for?

It is the home field of the Creighton University Bluejays baseball team, and the host venue of the College World Series—the final rounds of the NCAA Division I Baseball Championship.

Why do they play in Omaha?

You would figure that the NCAA looked at the increased attendance numbers and chose to have Omaha host the following year in 1951. Omaha Municipal Stadium circa 1960. Once the College World series landed in Omaha, there were a handful of local leaders who embraced the event and ensured it would never leave.

Who owns TD Ameritrade Park Omaha?

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