Originally called Henderson Stadium when it opened in 1977, Spitz Stadium is home to the Lethbridge Bulls Baseball Club of the Western Major Baseball League.
Rebranded and named Spitz Stadium in 2008, the stadium is a hub of activity, including the most recent 2023 Canadian Junior Little League Championships.
Baseball has a long history in southern Alberta, with Lethbridge joining the newly formed Western Canadian Baseball League in 1907. Professional Baseball in Lethbridge started in 1975, with the Lethbridge Expos, a Pioneer League team affiliated with the Montreal Expos. In 1977, we became the Lethbridge Dodgers, affiliated with the Los Angeles Dodgers, until 1983. The Arizona Diamondbacks hosted their Pioneer League team in Lethbridge, the Lethbridge Mounties, for most of the 1990's.
In 1999, a new era began with the Lethbridge Bulls Baseball Club of the Western Major Baseball League. The Bulls still call Spitz Stadium home.
Located at 2425 Parkside Drive South, the stadium has the capacity to host 2200 people per event.