The 5,509-seat stadium is home to the Toronto Blue Jays during spring training. In fact, the Blue Jays played their first-ever game at the old Grant Field on March 11, 1977. During the summer, the stadium is home to the Dunedin Blue Jays Minor League team. Sports Illustrated once ranked it among its top five places to watch spring training. The city has been the only spring home for the Toronto Blue Jays. The ballpark also hosts Dunedin Falcons High School Baseball and various community events throughout the year.
The stadium features air-conditioned skyboxes, three picnic areas, two air-conditioned rooms, an artificial turf half-field, batting tunnels, and full concession capabilities. The administrative offices feature an executive board room, dining room and kitchen, classroom, clubhouse and workout facilities.
Built on the site formerly known as Grant Field, Dunedin Stadium was constructed in 1990. It became known as Knology Park for five years in a naming rights deal, which expired in 2008.
The Englebert Complex (Bobby Mattick Training Center) is located off Solon Avenue in Dunedin and features five full-sized diamonds with four configured in a cloverleaf surrounding a central viewing area with bleacher seating and concession stand. The administrative offices feature an executive boardroom, dining room and kitchen, classroom, clubhouse and workout and training facilities. All facilities are available for rental.