Archer Seating Stadium Project, About Us

Our Story

In the old days, stadium seats from places like Ebbets Field, Polo Grounds, Cleveland Municipal Stadium, Baltimore Memorial Stadium and Shibe Park were often discarded as scrap, a few being saved or re-used. Long before words like “green” or “re-use/recycle” were popular in our society, Steve Archer had already built one recycling factory for plastic of all types. Demand for his services created the stadium seat clearinghouse for all surplus stadium seats and parts.

Surplus stadium seats are a smart way to build a facility. Since 1995, Archer Seating has been a valuable resource for all stadiums, schools, retail business, auction barns, churches, movie productions, and individuals seeking quality stadium seats at a fair price.

Learn about Archer Seating’s customers, ranging from many major league stadiums to the individual collector. You can also check out our simplified FAQ section, where you can read helpful responses to common customer questions. We have a wide variety of stadium seat-related products and professional services.

Check out some of our sponsors: 
B’s Ballpark Museum – Denver, CO
Babe Ruth Birthplace Museum – Baltimore, MD
Marucci Sports Wood and Aluminum Baseball Bats – Baton Rouge, LA
Big League Barbers
Big League Basement

Our Blog Posts

Film explores history of Miami Stadium

Miami Stadium, later renamed Bobby Maduro Stadium, was a minor league baseball stadium that also served as the spring training home to the Brooklyn and Los Angeles Dodgers and the Baltimore Orioles during its 52 years in existence. Razed in 2001 after years of...

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Bill Murray and Saints bid Midway Stadium farewell

Actor and St. Paul Saints co-owner Bill Murray helped bid farewell to the independent minor league team's Midway Stadium on Thursday in front of a record crowd. Midway Stadium has been home to the Saints for 22 years and will be replaced by Lowertown Ballpark in 2015....

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Timelapse of McLane Stadium Construction

Baylor University's football team will be opening their brand new stadium this weekend with a game against SMU. McLane Stadium is a 45,000-seat $260 million stadium named after Baylor alum and business magnate Drayton McLane Jr. and replaces the 50,000-seat Floyd...

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