Osceola County Stadium

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Osceola County Stadium
Location Kissimmee, Florida United States
Building chronology
Built 1984
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Osceola County Stadium is a ballpark located in Kissimmee, Florida. It was built in 1984 and has a capacity of 5,130 people.

It served as the home of the Osceola Astros (1985-1994), the Kissimmee Cobras (1995-2000) and the Florida Fire Frogs (2017-), all three teams in the Florida State League. It has also been used by a number of teams in the Gulf Coast League: the GCL Astros (1988-1998 and 2009-); the GCL Dodgers (1989-1991); the GCL Marlins (1992-1993); the GCL Cubs (1994); and the GCL Braves (2001-2006)

It was the spring training home of the Houston Astros until 2016.

Current ballparks in Florida State League
North Division South Division
Osceola County Stadium | Bright House Field | Jackie Robinson Ballpark | Florida Auto Exchange Stadium | Joker Marchant Stadium | Steinbrenner Field LECOM Park | Charlotte Sports Park | First Data Field | Hammond Stadium | Roger Dean Stadium