At first glance, Georgia’s Foley Field feels like a smaller version of Mississippi’s Swayze Field — and that makes sense, considering both parks were originally designed by the same architects and built at about the same time. Georgia completed a $12 million renovation project in January (a year ahead of schedule), adding a club level with a common suite area that is also similar to what the Rebels did at Swayze. But the addition of field-level luxury suites gave Foley a very unique feature among college baseball stadiums. Georgia’s renovation also gave the locker room a huge upgrade and improved other facilities for the players and coaches.
With about 2,800 permanent chairback seats and a total capacity of around 3,500, Foley is smaller than most SEC parks, but it now has all the amenities of a top-tier college baseball stadium — and the setting is beautiful.