Cashman Field is a soccer stadium, with a capacity of 9,334 spectators, located in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States. It is the home stadium of the Las Vegas Lights.
Built in 1983 in a baseball stadium configuration, Cashman Field hosted its first professional game on April 1, 1983 with a preseason game between the San Diego Padres and the Seattle Mariners in front of 13,878 fans.
The Las Vegas Stars (renamed the Las Vegas 51s in 2001) played between 1983 and 2019 at Cashman Field and averaged about 4,700 fans per season for home games in 25 seasons.
In 1996, the Oakland Athletics began their season at Cashman Field due to delays in the renovation of the Oakland Coliseum. They played 6 games there between April 1 and 7, drawing 54,986 total fans.
The resort is named after James “Big Jim” Cashman and his family, who have been Las Vegas entrepreneurs for generations.
Latest Update - 12.11.2021