Over the past few years, thanks to some solid efforts from various Celiac support groups, a growing number of sports venues have started to make an effort to accommodate the Celiac community by offering gluten-free foods and drinks at their stadiums, arenas, and other venues. Based upon information I’ve been reading, the selection can range from a gluten-free beer and a few standard pre-packaged gluten-free foods all the way to a large variety of gluten-free foods. A couple baseball stadiums (the Colorado Rockies and Atlanta Braves) even offer a completely gluten-free concession stand!
In the below post, I’ve gone out and collected as much information as possible about the various sports venues and posted them below, sorted by sport. As more sports venues add gluten-free accommodations, this post will be updated.
Major League Baseball Teams (MLB)
- Atlanta Braves (Atlanta, Georgia) – Now a gluten-free dedicated concession stand located in section 106 (at field level). Featured at the stand are all beef franks, sirloin beef burgers, chicken sandwiches, chips, popcorn, brownies, cookies, soda, water and gluten-free Red Bridge beer!
- Arizona Diamondbacks (Phoenix, Arizona) – Chase Field offers gluten-free beer and snacks. Larabars and gummy bars are available and the gluten-free beer is available wherever liquor is sold (sections 109, 114, 122, 129, 136, 311, 324).
- Baltimore Orioles (Washington D.C.) – Gluten-free pretzels are available from Noah’s Pretzel
- Chicago White Sox (Chicago, Illinois) – US Cellular Field offers gluten-free granola bars, candies, and gluten-free beer at the Southside Grill.
- Colorado Rockies (Denver, Colorado) – Coors Field has an entirely gluten-free concession stand behind section 147 on the left field. This concession sells burgers, hot dogs, chicken sandwiches, cookies, pretzels, chips, brownies, beer, and soda! [Learn More]
- Los Angeles Dodgers (Los Angeles, California) – Gluten-free beer (Redbridge) is available at many concession stands. [Learn More]
- Philadelphia Phillies (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) – Section 128 of Citizen’s Bank Park offers gluten-free hot dogs/buns and gluten-free snacks. Redbridge Beer is also available at many stands throughout the park, including Sections 139, 204, and 323.
- Washington Nationals (Washington D.C.) – Gluten-free pretzels are available from Noah’s Pretzel
National Football League Teams (NFL)
- Baltimore Ravens (Maryland) – You can read more about gluten-free options at Ravens games here.
- Philadelphia Eagles (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) – Lincoln Financial Field offers a “Philly Stand” at Section 117, where gluten-free hot dogs/buns and gluten-free snacks are sold. Redbridge beer is also available next door in Section 118. [Learn More]
National Basketball Association Teams (NBA)
- Philadelphia 76ers – Redbridge beer ($6.75) and Woodchuck hard cider ($6.75) are available in the “Fan Favorites” stands at Sections 104, 110 and 116. You can also get grilled chicken sandwiches ($6.00) and hot dogs ($4.00), both on gluten-free buns, which is located on the concourse level at Section 122. This stand also sells Redbridge beer. [Learn More]
National Hockey League Teams (NHL)
- Carolina Hurricanes (Raleigh, North Carolina) – According to Gluten Free Raleigh, the RBC Center offers both Redbridge beers and a few food items, including popcorn and garden salads (sections 126 and 314). You can read more here.
- Philadelphia 7Flyers – Redbridge beer ($6.75) and Woodchuck hard cider ($6.75) are available in the “Fan Favorites” stands at Sections 104, 110 and 116. You can also get grilled chicken sandwiches ($6.00) and hot dogs ($4.00), both on gluten-free buns, which is located on the concourse level at Section 122. This stand also sells Redbridge beer. [ Learn More]
College Teams (NCAA)
- Sprint Center (Kansas City, Missouri) – Gluten-free beer and some gluten-free foods (pizza, brownies, and candies) [Learn More]
Note: Levy Restaurants caters to a large number of stadiums and other sports venues. You can see a full list here. Aramark also caters to a number of stadiums, but they offer limited information on their website about any of their gluten-free concession stands (however you can view the stadiums that they have contracts with in the drop-down menu).
Sadly, that is as complete as I could get the list. I’ve found a few other similar lists around the internet and am confident this is the most complete one available, but there has to be quite a few that the above list is missing.
With that said, I’m going to turn this over to our readers since you guys are scattered throughout the United States (and the world!). Know of a sports stadium, arena, or venue with gluten-free accommodations which we are missing from our list? Please leave a comment below or contact us with information about your local sports teams!