CenturyLink Sports Complex

The Twins are spending their 27th Spring Training season at the CenturyLink Sports Complex in 2017.

The CenturyLink Sports Complex is home to Hammond Stadium, five additional playing fields as well as the new Twins Player Development Academy. It is also the home to two Twins' minor league affiliates, housing both the Ft. Myers Miracle of the Single-A Florida State League and the Rookie level Gulf Coast League Twins. In addition, the complex features four state-of-the-art softball fields, which are utilized throughout the year by collegiate and community teams. The main stadium was renamed Bill Hammond Stadium late in the 1994 spring season in honor of the Deputy County Commissioner who was instrumental in getting the complex built for the Twins.

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Driving Directions

The CenturyLink Sports Complex is located south of the city of Fort Myers near Interstate Highway 75.

Hammond Stadium at CenturyLink Sports Complex
14100 Six Mile Cypress Parkway
Fort Myers, FL 33912

  1. I-75 to Exit 131 (Daniels Road)
  2. West two miles to Six Mile Cypress Parkway
  3. Travel south for 1/2 mile
  4. Complex is on the right.

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The CenturyLink Sports Complex has three parking entrances for your convenience, noted on the map below by the accompanying arrows. Shuttles are available to transport you to the stadium gates. Pick-up and drop-off points are noted on this map as well. Stadium gates open two hours prior to game time. Please plan to arrive early as traffic to enter the stadium is typically heavier closer to game time.