White Sox Family Sundays

Thanks to the Chicago White Sox for hosting my family at a game.

Looking for something family-friendly to do in the Chicago area? White Sox fans can spend a Sunday afternoon at the Sox field enjoying the baseball game and many fun kid-friendly activities.

Family Sundays, presented by Coca-Cola, cover all Sunday home games in 2017 and feature tickets as low as $5 in the upper level and $15 in the lower level. Plus, parking is available for only $10. The White Sox ballpark experience for kids on Sundays in 2017 also features special kid-focused activities throughout the concourse and the opportunity to run the bases after games (weather permitting).

If your child knows every Sox player’s name then an autograph session is a must-attend! Prior to select games listed here, the first 100 kids (age 13 and under) to enter the ballpark through the Chicago Sports Depot entrance (located near Parking Lot B and Gate 5) at 11:15 a.m. will be given a wristband and directed to the special area where four Chicago White Sox players will sign one item per child. (A regular game ticket is required for entrance but the autograph session is free with purchase of a ticket.) 

Don’t forget to sign your child up for the kid’s club, if they aren’t already a member, for special perks like ball park tours, tickets and more! (There is a paid membership with extra perks but the basic Slugger membership is FREE!)

We had such a fun time at the game last Sunday! It was hot and sunny but the boys enjoyed eating snacks from the concession stand while watching the game and hoping for a foul ball to come their way. They also loved getting some of the players to sign their autograph ball. At the end of the game they even got their own Sox ball and bat which was a special giveaway for the game. (Other theme nights are coming up which you can find on the schedule here.)

Have you ever been to a Chicago White Sox game? I’d love to hear about it in the comments below.



  1. I love the smiles!!! Definitely a great way to spend family time!!!!

  2. I have not been there in a long time! I need to go back there with my kiddo! We would have a lot of fun!

  3. That sounds like so much fun! The Braves do a similar thing down here, and we always have a blast when we go.

  4. I think this sounds great. I’d be glad the kids could have some extra fun at a Sunday game.

  5. Amy Desrosiers says

    My kids loved the one baseball game we went to as a family. It was a really fun experience.

  6. The kids and I would LOVE to go here! We don’t quite live close enough but it looks like a blast!

  7. I have such great memories of baseball games as a child. Family days were always a blast. It’s great to see that there are still kids who enjoy a family outing at the ballpark.

  8. Baseball games are such a fun family outing. My kids love to visit our local ballpark for games!

  9. Claudia Krusch says

    I have always wanted to go to a White Sox game. This would be such a fun way to spend the day with the kids.

  10. This is a great idea for some quality family time! It would definitely make some lasting memories. I think it’s awesome that the White Sox offers Family Sundays. :)

  11. What a great way to spend a Sunday. Being able to meet some of the players and get their autographs sounds amazing.

  12. We love going to baseball games. Looks like you all had such a great time.

  13. We took our three girls to a baseball game last week. Great seats, two amazing teams. Then our 7-year-old asked what a run was and how far we were from the court. Not kidding. We need more baseball training in our house and with the White Sox.

  14. We used to do allot of baseball games, but stopped a few years back. Have to do it again, we are in NYC so Yankees or Mets stadium for us. :) Will check out if they have something similar.

  15. I love when baseball teams have family days. The Mets here in NYC use to do this!

  16. It’s been a long time, but we went to a couple White Sox games back in the 90’s (when they were good!).

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