Rules and Regulations

Prohibited Items

For the safety and security of our guests, the following items are NOT permitted into the facility: 

  • Animals (with the exception of service animals with proper paperwork and bib)
  • Bikes, Skateboards, Scooters, Roller Blades
  • Glass Containers
  • Alcohol
  • Motorized Vehicles
  • Charcoal Grills
  • Propane Grills - allowed only on parking lot and gravel surfaces
  • Fireworks, smoke bombs, etc.
  • Any missile / projectile like objects
  • Open Flames
  • Drones
  • Illegal drugs and paraphernalia
  • Weapons of any kind (i.e. knives, pepper spray, stun-guns, concealed weapons, firearms, spikes, chains, etc.) and any weapon accessories
  • Tents / canopies over 400 sq ft
  • Tent stakes over 6 inches without prior approval from DSG Park Management
  • Unstaked tents or canopies
  • Un-approved pamphlets, handouts, advertisements, etc.
  • Stickers or flyers
  • Spray paint
  • Kites
  • Any other devices that may potentially cause harm to others
  • Other items as determined by facility management

The following items ARE permitted into the facility:

  • Empty, clear plastic bottles measuring 32oz or less may be brought into the facility and filled at any water fountain
  • Clear plastic factory sealed water bottles
  • Soft-sided bags no larger than 12” x 12” x 12”.  All bags are subject to search prior to entry
  • Small, compact umbrellas with no metal points 

Management reserves the right to handle each occurrence on a case-by-case basis. There are no check-in areas or lockers available at the facility. All bags, jackets and guests are subject to search upon entering the facility. 

Some events such as concerts, international games, select family events and other sanctioned events may prohibit banners, flags, drums, drum sticks, musical instruments or signs. Please contact Guest Relations at 303.727.3748 or by email at GuestRelations@DSGPark.com for stadium policies during special events. 


Field Use

In order to maintain the highest standard of field conditions at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park, the following policies will be strictly enforced:

  • No entry onto playing fields by persons not authorized. This includes cutting across and warming up on closed fields.
  • No warm-ups or auxiliary play inside the 18 yard box of each goal mouth
  • No entry onto fields while snow, frost or standing water is present
  • Nothing is to be staked or drilled into ground unless previously approved by Dick’s Sporting Goods Park turf management

Please refrain from chewing gum, sunflower seeds or peanuts on the fields, and dispose of trash in designated trash receptacles. Also, when pouring out liquids other than water, please do so away from the playing field.

Dick’s Sporting Goods Park has the right to require the removal of any individual (player, coach or spectator) from the Park grounds that violates any of the defined regulations or who poses a threat to others due to violent or unruly behavior.

KSE is not responsible for lost or stolen property.

KSE does not assume responsibility for any loss or damage to vehicles or contents while parked or being driven in Dick’s Sporting Goods Park.

KSE will fully prosecute those damaging Park property.


Emergencies

If there is an emergency on the fields, call 911. If there is a problem on the fields and you need assistance, call 303.727.3737 and one of the field staff will be alerted.


Inclement Conditions

In the case of certain weather conditions, the fields at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park may not be used. The fields will immediately close if standing water is visible on the fields, there is frost or snow on the fields, or if the ground is severely saturated from heavy rain. Severe weather such as thunderstorms and tornadoes, may cause the complex to shut down as well.

Lightning & Evacuation Policy

At Dick's Sporting Goods Park we monitor the weather 24 hours a day and use the following policy: Fields will be evacuated if lightning is detected within 6 miles of the Park. In the event that fields need to be evacuated, staff will sound short blasts of an air horn. At this point we need to have everyone clear the fields as quickly as possible.

The safest location for people to go is in a hard-topped car with the windows up. In the absence of a vehicle, Park Staff will direct people to a safe location. The fields will remain closed until the lightning has cleared the 6 mile radius. Field Staff will indicate the All-Clear with a long continuous blast of an air horn. KSE will ultimately make the decision to continue, postpone or cancel the day's events.

Rescheduled games are contingent on the availability of fields and the priority of the given event. In any such event, games and tournaments hold priority over practices when rescheduled.

If any of the aforementioned steps regarding inclement weather are ignored, clients will forfeit all privileges at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park and their permit could potentially be revoked.


Weather Hotline

Please first direct any questions regarding weather and field conditions to the facility weather hotline at 303.727.3333. Staff will update the hotline in a timely matter if/when changes are made regarding reservations taking place at the fields on any given day.


Equipment

Teams and players are responsible for their own equipment and supplies. No metal cleats permitted on the fields. Equipment that is rented from KSE must be returned in the same condition that it was loaned and must be turned in within one hour of the final event for given client. This equipment must be signed out and signed back in by the employee responsible for the rental.


Repairs

Any safety hazards found on the fields, such as holes, broken equipment, etc. should be immediately reported to Dick’s Sporting Goods Park staff to ensure safe play. If a team causes any of the needed repairs, that team may be held responsible for the fees incurred to repair any damage.


Field Procedure

Teams must conduct practices and pre-game warm-ups outside of the 18-yard box. This will ensure that the goal mouth will not sustain more wear and tear than necessary. Also, only players, coaches, and referees are allowed within the playing lines of the field. Any family members and other spectators must stay off of the field at all times. This includes cutting across, warming up, or playing on closed fields. The hills around each field are designed for spectators to enjoy the game and for participants of the game to have a designated space in which to play.


Clean-up

Premier Facility Services are responsible for all trash removal. Therefore, teams are expected to dispose of necessary items into the designated waste stations. Excessive trash or required clean up by KSE may result in a fine to the responsible client. If a client chooses to bring own tents/canopies, chairs, etc, these items must be cleared from the field prior to the next event, and these items cannot leave any sort of damage on the fields.


Limited Liability

Team waivers must be signed prior to participation on Dick’s Sporting Goods Park fields to release KSE from any accountability for situations that KSE is not responsible for.


Parking

Visitors can park in any designated parking lot within Dick’s Sporting Goods Park. Parking spaces are indicated by white lines. If there are no white lines, there is no parking. There is no parking on the grass or on the shoulders of the road. Emergency crews must have access to the fields via the shoulders at all times. Parking is free for all events except when there is an event being held within the stadium. Dick’s Sporting Goods Park is not responsible for any lost or stolen items out of parked vehicles.

FAQ

Where is the fields complex located?

6000 Victory Way Commerce City, CO 80022 (1.5 miles north of I-70 at the intersection of 60th and Quebec).


Is there “drop-in” or “free play”?

No. Anyone wishing to use the fields must submit a contract and payment to Dick’s Sporting Goods Park management in advance of their field rental.


Is there parking available at the complex?

Yes. Dick’s Sporting Goods Park has nearly 5,000 parking spaces located around the fields complex.


What special accommodations are provided for disabled guests?

There are more than 100 parking spaces for guests with disabilities, and all the fields are accessible.


Are food and beverages allowed?

Yes, outside food and non-alcoholic drinks are allowed on the fields complex, but not in the stadium. All waste must be disposed of properly. Alcohol is not permitted on the field complex. Note: coolers, bags and any other containers are subject to search.


Is smoking allowed on or near the playing fields?

Smoking is not allowed on or near the fields. Any cigarette butts left behind will be deemed as litter and could result in the client receiving a fine.


How many fields are there at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park?

The complex is comprised of the Rapids' home field inside an 18,000-seat stadium and an additional 24 outdoor fields (22 natural grass fields and 2 synthetic turf).


Are there lighted fields for evening events?

Yes, the entire field complex is equipped with full lighting.


What is the difference between turf and grass fields?

The synthetic turf fields are available April - October, whereas the natural grass fields are open approximately late March to mid-November, weather pending.


What is the process for renting a field at the complex?

Download the rental application form and submit it in one of the following ways:

Email: nmiles@dsgpark.com
Fax: 303-727-3701
Mail: Dick’s Sporting Goods Park
Attn: Nick Miles
6000 Victory Way
Commerce City, CO 80022


Are animals allowed at the complex?

No, except for service animals.


What are the dimensions of the fields?

Each of the complex's 24 fields measures 110 yards by 70 yards. We can accomidate your needs note additional rates may apply. 


Can I warm up on an adjacent field if the field that I am scheduled on is currently taken?

No, all field use must be approved ahead of time by Dick’s Sporting Goods Park management. To ensure that fields are of the highest quality, we implement restrictions on the amount of weekly use each field receives.


How are the fields numbered?

Please click here to see a layout of the Dick’s Sporting Goods Park fields complex.


Is there an ATM on-site?

Yes, there is an ATM located on the west side of the stadium next to the ticket office between gates “F” and “G”


Does it cost anything to park a vehicle at the complex?

No, but occasionally during special events there may be a fee to park.


Is there shelter at the fields in the event of inclement weather?

See "Lightning and Evacuation Policy


How do visitors find out if an event is cancelled due to weather?

Call the Dick’s Sporting Goods Park weather hotline at 303.727.3333, or contact your specific event organizer.


Is there sideline seating at the fields?

There is no permanent seating around the fields on the complex, but there is a raised berm on the ends of the fields that allows spectators an elevated view of each field.


Are restrooms available on-site?

Yes, there are 2 permanent restroom stations on the complex. There are also additional facilities available during special events.


Is there a restaurant located on-site?

Yes, Eighteen76 located outside the south end of the stadium generally operates for high attendance events. There are also concession stands available on the fields complex.


Is there public transportation available to Dick’s Sporting Goods Park?

Yes. The #62 RTD bus route stops at Prarie Parkway and Victory Way. This is approximately .75 miles from the fields complex. Visit RTD-Denver for more information.


How do I find out about employment opportunities with Dick’s Sporting Goods Park?

Please visit DICK'S SPORTING GOODS PARK JOBS


Who do I contact with further questions?

Please call Nick Miles at 303.727.3507 or email: nmiles@dsgpark.com for any further inquiries regarding the fields complex.