The Everett Merchants play all of their home games at Funko Field, the home of the Everett AquaSox, the minor league affiliate of the Seattle Mariners. The stadium sits on land donated by the Everett Lodge of Elks 479 to the Everett School District in 1947, dedicated in memory of Everett citizens who died during military service in World War II.
The first professional team to play at the stadium was the Everett Giants, playing in the Northwest League of Class A baseball. The first Giants game held at the stadium was played against the Bellingham Mariners in front of a crowd of 3,527 on June 19, 1984.
On June 17, 1987, with 3,122 fans watching, Ken Griffey Jr., playing for the Bellingham Mariners, hit his first professional home run over the left field wall, with the ball landing in the street approximately 387 feet from home plate. A plaque on the sidewalk marks the site just outside the left field wall.
The baseball stadium underwent extensive renovations in 1998, at a cost of $5 million. The upgrade increased capacity by 1,400 seats to the present 3,682 and added a larger concession area and new lighting. In October 2017, the natural grass field was switched to an artificial surface.
Left Field: 330
Center Field: 395
Right Field: 330
Take Interstate 5 and Exit 192 – Broadway. Drive through the green light and merge left. After the light Funko Field at Everett Memorial Stadium will be on your left.
Take Interstate 5 and Exit 192 – 41st Street toward Evergreen Way. Keep right at the fork, follow signs for 41st Street West. Turn right towards Broadway and take a left at the light. Funko Field at Everett Memorial Stadium will be on your left.