LED Stadium LightsLED Stadium lights are found lighting up baseball fields, football fields and other large outdoor sporting venues. LED Wattages range between 300 and 2000, producing 50,000 to over 200,000 lumens. Stadium Lights need optic packages to be able to deliver the light where its needed. The light on the field needs to be bright. And collectively, the light needs to be uniform. Optics between 10 and 150 degrees provides all the options needed to brighten any field.
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Best Seller!200 Watt LED Flood Light – 28000 Lumens
Availability: In Stock
Sku: MLLG-AG-LED-IMF-200-5-TR-[Optic] – 1653
Watts: 200 • Lumens: 28000 • LM/W: 140
Replaces: 400W Metal Halide
Color Temp: 3000K | 4000K | 5000K
IP: IP66 IK: IK08
Volts: 100V-277V | 277V-480V
Operating Temperature: -22°F to +104°F
Mounting: Yoke | 2 3/8 Pole
Dimensions: 12.64 in X 12.44 in X 4.65 in
Frequently Asked Questions
There’s a lot of options to choose from when it comes to buying stadium lights. Browse the list below or call (888) 423-3191 to speak with a lighting expert. We’ll do our best to support you in this process.
Before you buy
Fixtures and Fittings
How Bright Are (LED) Stadium Lights?
Very bright. Our LED fixtures are designed to easily replace 2000 Watts metal halide lamps.
What Are the Different Types of Stadium Lights?
The main types we offer are low beam angle flood lights and high power stadium lights. It depends on your specific requirements as to which option will perform best for you.
How Tall Are Football Stadium Lights?
We have found poles used for football fields range from 30 to 60 feet in grade school and recreational fields. And up to a 100 feet in college and professional fields. Our lighting software can easily handle these heights. Based on experience, we learned that it is easier to light up a sports field with a taller pole than a shorter pole.
What Kind of Lights Are Used in Stadiums?
LED stadium lights are commonly used on stadiums. This is a special type of high power flood light - it has high wattage and high lumen fixtures that come with a series of low beam angles.
In the most extreme cases, high power stadium lights are mounted high and far away from the playing field, and they need a very tight focused beam angle to ensure the light it produces lights up a very specific location on the field.
How Do you Turn on Stadium Lights?
If you have an existing stadium and are thinking about converting to LED, you’ll be happy to know that LED lights turn on the same way as the metal halide lights they replaced. However, there are two big exceptions:
The amount of energy drawn is much less
They are instantly turned on and do not take 30 minutes to warm up like metal halide fixtures.
What Are the Benefits of LED Stadium Lights?
The main type of lights that LED stadium lights replace is metal halide. They can reduce your lighting bills by 50-75%, they are instant on, instant off and require very little maintenance over their very long expected lifespan.
You can expect 10-20 years of life out of a LED light used in a stadium. This is due to the fact that, on average, our stadium lights customers do not use their lights for long periods of time every week.
And if you think specifically about metal halide bulbs - their expected lifespan is 15000 hours. At only 7500 hours, they will have lost about half of their lumens. This means you will be changing out bulbs quicker than you might be if this bulb was used in another application.
With LED, lumen loss is very slow and very little over the light’s long lifespan.
BEFORE YOU BUY
How Much Does It Cost to Run Stadium Lights?
The best way to answer this question is to try and calculate the savings if you replace metal halide lighting. You should be able to save at least 50% and up to 75% on your utility lighting bill when you convert. You can calculate your savings here on our energy savings calculator page.
Why Do Stadium Lights Take So Long to Turn On?
This is definitely a “Metal Halide and High Pressure Sodium” question. This is just the nature of these lights. They need a lot of time to warm up. What's worse, they also need a long cool down time before they can be relit. So, if for some reason you lose power at the stadium, your game could be delayed for an hour or so. LED lights, on the other hand, are instantly on, and if they are shut off during play, you can have the lights back on in seconds!
What Makes Your Stadium Lights Better Than Your Competitors’?
Our lights are strong, robust, powerful, and highly reliable. Plus, you can expect they will last a long time. The biggest difference you will see/ feel is the service we provide both during pre and post sales, including free lighting plans and consultations backed by great warranties and great warranty service.
You can read our reviews on TrustPilot here, many of them are from customers who purchased our stadium lights.
How Much Do Stadium Lights Cost?
The cost of stadium lights can be quite high. The smallest light we offer is 200 Watts, currently priced at $285. Please contact us for pricing on our 1420 Watts light and we will make sure the light we quote you is only what you need to help keep the cost of the project down.
How Many Lights Do I Need for a Football/Baseball/Soccer Field?
The answer is… it depends. We can find your stadium in Google Maps, put lights on your pole locations, or add pole locations if this is a new field, and calculate light levels to meet your needs. A free lighting plan will tell you exactly how many lights and what type you need.
Do You Have Stadium Lights in Stock?
We do have many of the lower wattage models in stock. We will identify this in our quote to you and will always first try to use the products that we have in stock. If some of the products are not in stock, you can expect a 4-6 week lead-time for most models.
FIXTURES AND FITTINGS
What Wattage Are Stadium Lights?
Our wattage starts at 200 and goes as high as 1420.
Can you replace Metal Halide lights with LED, 1 for 1?
Yes, in almost all cases. And in most cases, we have lights that are more powerful.
How Long Does It Take to Install Stadium Lights?
It all depends on where they are installed and how easy it is to access the lights. High pole mounts are harder to install on a catwalk near the top of a stadium. Make sure you are working with a professional installer that is also a licensed electrician.
Foot Candle Recommendations for Stadiums and Sports Arenas
|Sport||Class 1 Foot Candles||Class 2 Foot Candles||Class 3 Foot Candles|
|Baseball - High school||50 (outfield)||30 (outfield)||20 (outfield)|
|Baseball - College||75 (infield)||50 (infield)||30 (infield)|
Do You Need a Stadium Lighting Plan?
A Stadium Lighting Plan is developed by specialized Lighting Photometric Software. It allows you to create or import the dimensions of a sports field, place or locate the poles on the field, and add lights to the poles.
Without a lighting plan, you would essentially be guessing on what wattage, lumen package and optic is right for you. The probability of you "guessing" right is < 1%.
A lighting plan takes away all the guesswork, and is the first step to having a successful stadium light conversion over to LED.