Phillies Fast Facts
- League and Division
- National League, East Division
- General Manager
- Matt Klentak
- Pete Mackanin
- Home Stadium
- Citizens Bank Park
- Stadium Capacity
- Nationals, Braves
Philadelphia Phillies 2018 Schedule
Established in 1883 as the Philadelphia Quakers, the Philadelphia Phillies are one of the oldest MLB franchises! Philadelphia changed its name from the Quakers to the Phillies in 1890 -- and Phillies fans have seen lots of success over the past century!
The Phillies have claimed two World Series titles (1980, 2008), and seven National League pennants -- including back-to-back pennants in 2008 and 2009!
Many great players have put on the Phillies uniform throughout the years! Mike Schmidt, Steve Carlton and Roy Halladay have all been apart of Phillies history!
Don't miss your chance to see the Phillies this season! Check out the Phillies' schedule, pick out your seats at Citizens Bank Park, and get your Phillies 2018 tickets today!
About Citizens Bank Park
Be sure to head to Citizens Bank Park this summer to watch the Phillies!
Citizens Bank Park opened in 2004, and is one of the nicest stadiums in the country. Citizens Bank Park replaced Veterans Stadium, where the Phillies played from 1971 through the 2003 season. With a capacity of 43,651, Citizens Bank Park can house a sea of rabid Phillies fans. Though the park is only a decade old, Citizens Bank Park has hosted World Series games in 2008 and 2009 -- including Philadelphia's World Series clinching Game 5 victory in 2008.