Bittinger Stadium is home to Purdue softball. The $13-million stadium was part of the Mackey Complex master plan approved by the Purdue Board of Trustees in 2007. The stadium is built in traditional Purdue style with brick and masonry exterior facades and a concrete spectator area with a combination of bench and chairback seats. Seating capacity is 1,000, with the ability to expand in the future
History.Originally called the Boilermaker Softball Stadium when it opened in 2015, the following year it was renamed Bittinger Stadium in honor of Marvin L. and Elaine Bittinger and their family, for their generosity and support of Purdue student-athletes.
To purchase tickets on game day, visit the ticket office located near Gate 2 of Bittinger Stadium. The ticket office opens one hour prior to the first pitch. Get details about Purdue softball and purchase tickets online at purduesports.com.
Did you know? At Bittinger Stadium, both the home and visiting dugouts are heated.