St. Louis Sports Teams & Stadiums

PHOTO: Wheelchair user John Morris at a St. Louis Cardinals baseball game.Until recently, three professional sports teams called St. Louis home. In January 2016, it was announced that the NFL’s St. Louis Rams would depart the city and relocate in Los Angeles, California. With that move, the City of St. Louis now claims only two professional sports franchises, in baseball and hockey.

The St. Louis Cardinals and St. Louis Blues are both successful teams with a long history in the city. St. Louis has always been a baseball town, but it has a soft spot for hockey too. The baseball and hockey stadiums offer accessible seating and wheelchair access. Links to the team-specific accessibility information and ticket office phone numbers are listed below. Both stadiums are within walking distance of a station on the city’s MetroLink train system.

MLB – St. Louis Cardinals
Busch Stadium
Subway Metro Icon Nearest MetroLink:  Stadium
Website — Disabled Access Info
(314) 345-9000

NHL – St. Louis Blues
Scottrade Center
Subway Metro Icon Nearest MetroLink:  Union Station
Website — Disabled Access Info
(314) 622-5420