Gluten Free Stadiums And Ballparks List (MLB, NBA, & NFL) 2015 - 2016 Season

Like most guys, I love sports. Watching football, basketball, and baseball is something that I love to do. It's easy to watch sports from the comfort of home when you have all the gluten-free food you can eat, but going to an actual game is a completely different story. That's why I looked up every venue to see which stadiums have gluten-free options and which do not for the 2015-2016 season. I hope this helps many of you!

Stadiums that have gluten-free options (2015 - 2016 Season)

  • Atlanta Falcons
  • Baltimore Ravens
  • Carolina Panthers
  • Dallas Cowboys
  • Detroit Lions
  • Green Bay Packers
  • Jacksonville Jaguars 
  • Philadelphia Eagles
  • New England Patriots
  • New York Giants
  • New York Jets
  • Seattle Seahawks
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  • Washington Redskins
  • Arizona Diamondbacks
  • Atlanta Braves
  • Baltimore Orioles
  • Boston Red Sox
  • Chicago Cubs
  • Chicago White Sox
  • Cincinnati Reds
  • Cleveland Indians
  • Colorado Rockies
  • Detroit Tigers
  • Kansas City Royals
  • Los Angeles Angels
  • Los Angeles Dodgers
  • Miami Marlins
  • Milwaukee Brewers
  • Minnesota Twins
  • New York Mets
  • New York Yankees
  • Philadelphia Phillies
  • Pittsburgh Pirates 
  • San Francisco Giants
  • Seattle Mariners
  • St. Louis Cardinals 
  • Tampa Bay Rays
  • Texas Rangers
  • Toronto Blue Jays
  • Washington Nationals
  • Atlanta Hawks
  • Boston Celtics
  • Chicago Bulls 
  • Cleveland Cavaliers
  • Denver Nuggets
  • Detroit Pistons
  • Indiana Pacers
  • Memphis Grizzilies
  • Miami Heat
  • Orlando Magic
  • Philadelphia 76er's
  • Los Angeles Clippers 
  • Los Angeles Lakers
  • Washington Wizards

Note: Gluten-free options are usually in specific small stands so you may have to look around to find it. Also, all info on these gluten-free options has been taken from personal inputs of people who have visited these venues as well as info from various stadium websites.

How to find gluten-free options at a sporting event-
  1. The first thing to always do is check their website to see if they have a gluten-free stand.
    • Gluten-free stands at a lot of these stadiums are all a very new addition. Some websites didn't show they even had gluten-free options but it never hurts to check. If their website doesn't have any info on any gluten-free options, try contacting them and ask them if they have any gluten-free options available. 
     2.  Ask the concession stands or people at the venue if they have gluten-free concession            stands around.
    • When I was at a Tampa Bay Buccaneers game last year, I found a gluten-free stand by accidentally walking by it. It most likely was a new addition so always try asking around and I'm sure some of the workers or people there should know about it.
     3.   Be prepared with the sporting event you are at.
    • Sometimes you may be at a sporting where they won't have special dedicated gluten-free options. So that's why you should always be prepared with a back up plan. Bring your own gluten-free snacks into the stadium just in case gluten-free options aren't available. You can never be too prepared!

If you go to or find any other venue that is not on this list that has gluten-free options leave a comment saying so. I would and I'm sure many others would appreciate it too!
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  1. Very useful post! Boston Celtics for NBA also have gluten-free options. I was just at TD Garden the other night and they will tell you the gluten-free options at the guest relations office. Not a TON of choices, but anything is better than nothing :)

  2. Awesome, thanks for letting me know! I'm a huge Celtics fan btw! I'll add them to the NBA gluten-free list. Thanks!

  3. I just attended an Indianapolis Pacers (NBA) game and they now have a gluten free stand. It included a variety of options including drinks, snacks and meal items. The person handling the items seemed to be knowledgeable about gluten when talking with me. The only issue was it was on the far side away from entrance and we just happen to see it, so I sent feedback thanking them for the option but to move it more towards entrance.

  4. Thanks for letting me know! Just added it to the list so I appreciate your help!

  5. I found a GF food stand at the Amway Center a couple of months ago while attending an Orlando Magic Game. Here's a link to my blog post about it:

  6. I just recently happened by your site via Pinterest, and I LOVE your content! Thanks for doing the leg work to make the GF experience a little easier for everyone else. Shared a link to this on my FB page ( and pinned it. Thanks!

  7. This is great!! Though I don't live there anymore, I am a lifelong Cleveland sports fan. You list includes both the Indians and the Cavs stadiums. Wondering if the Browns will follow? Celiac disease is HUGE in Cleveland...if the Browns don't have GF options now, I would think they would be coming in the next few years!!

  8. The United Center in Chicago (NBA - Bulls, NHL - Blackhawks) has a dedicated gluten free stand on the second level. They've got hot dogs, popcorn, nachos and a few other snacks, and also Redbridge beer. It's great because there's never a line :)

    White Sox have gluten free options (i.e. a gf bun at some of the hot dog stands), but not a dedicated area. I believe they have gluten free beer, though.

  9. Love all the information here!!! Thanks!!! We got our Green Bay Packer tickets today. I will check out the venues this season. Helen

  10. Yay! I am a fan of the Braves. Wonder if there will be options at new stadium? Thanks for the knowledge.