Kansas City’s schedule features 15 home games at Surprise Stadium, plus one game as the visiting team vs. the Rangers on March 4. The Royals will host three night games during Cactus League play on Tuesday, March 9 vs. Cleveland (6:05 p.m.), Tuesday, March 16 vs. the Dodgers (6:05 p.m.) and Tuesday, March 23 vs. Arizona (6:05 p.m.). Five of the Royals’ first six home games will be played at 1:05 p.m. Their final Cactus League game on Sunday, March 28 vs. Seattle will begin at 12:05 p.m. CT.
The Royals will play every other Cactus League team at least twice, including three games vs. the Rangers and Brewers. There are three split-squad dates, in which the Royals will field a pair of teams and play two games on Saturday, March 6, Friday, March 19 and Friday March 26.
Following the conclusion of their Cactus League schedule on Sunday, March 28, the Royals will travel to Springdale, Ark. to face their Double-A affiliate, the Northwest Arkansas Naturals, at Arvest Ballpark at 6:05 p.m.
Information on ticket and on-sale information for 2021 Kansas City Royals games at Surprise Stadium will be announced as it becomes available.
Yes, the Royals plan on welcoming fans to Surprise Stadium: The City of Surprise Sports & Tourism Department is currently working to develop health and safety measures specific to the spring-training experience after considering guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, local and international health authorities, Major League Baseball, and destination partners. As we’ve noted previously, these will include reduced touch points, contactless ticketing, new intensified cleaning protocols and reduced seating capacity for social distancing.