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Schaumburg Boomers Stadium is available 365 days a year for a variety of functions and events, all you have to do is ask! Call the Boomers at 847.461.3695 today for more information about how the Boomers can help you customize an event to fit your needs. From youth baseball tournaments to church gatherings to business meetings to family reunions to weddings to...(well you get the idea).
Take your next corporate event out of the ordinary and enter Boomer Country. The Schaumburg Club offers an exciting, low-cost alternative to the traditional banquet hall as this beautiful facility overlooks the brand-new playing surface installed at the home of the Schaumburg Boomers. Be one of the first fans to gain access to the many changes taking place at Schaumburg Baseball Stadium, including the brand-new HD video scoreboard installed in April!
Located above the right field line, the Schaumburg Club is the perfect place to host your company’s holiday party and this unique space is also the ideal location for any private gathering, from business meetings to service organization gatherings to formal luncheons.
The Schaumburg Club is available for rental year round, for a cost much lower than the average facility, and an experience much more memorable. The dedicated Boomers staff will take care of all the details, from set-up to cleanup. With our top-quality customer service, you will be free to relax and enjoy the picturesque view of the field during your event.
Having hosted events for groups of all-sizes from the small business monthly meeting to the largest event of the year, the Super Bowl, World-renown Levy Restaurants has experience crafting the perfect menu for your event and budget!
Looking for a way to give your child an experience he or she will never forget? Rent Boomers Stadium your youth team or high school team's next game or tournament and let the ballpark do the rest. Do not miss this opportunity you athletes on your team to play in a pro ballpark because less than one percent of high school athletes who play interscholastic baseball will eventually play professional baseball.
Roger Bossard, aka "the Sodfather" and Head Groundskeeper of the Chicago White Sox installed a brand new playing surface in late fall 2011 and said during the process, “We’re redoing the infield, all the mounds, the warning track, the outfield, home plate. We’re literally bringing it up to MLB specs.”