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Baker Koppelman
Senior Vice President Of Ticket Sales & Operations

Biography

BAKER KOPPELMAN has been with the Ravens since their 1996 inception. He oversees the team’s PSL, season ticket and hospitality sales, ticket operations, ticket distribution, customer service, club level service and retail sales, and he assists with attracting events to M&T Bank Stadium. In relation to his roles, Koppelman helped create an internal committee tasked with reviewing and improving overall fan experience.

Since the stadium’s 1998 opening, Sommerhof has spearheaded efforts to make it one of the NFL’s best by supervising significant upgrades that enhance the fan experience. Most recently, in 2017, the Ravens began a three-year, approximately $120 million self-funded project that includes new 4K ultra-high definition video displays, escalators/elevators to the upper deck, a new sound system, upgraded kitchen facilities and club level enhancements.

He worked his way to a full-time position with the Orioles in 1991, helping manage the stadium box office and contributing with the seating relocation from Memorial Stadium to Oriole Park at Camden Yards in 1992. He then spent a season with the San Diego Padres in 1995, before returning to his hometown to join the Ravens prior to their inaugural 1996 season in Baltimore.

Koppelman has helped M&T Bank Stadium and the Ravens host a Metallica concert (May 2017), Beyonce’s World Formation Tour (June 2016), Billy Joel and One Direction concerts (both July 2015), Jay-Z and Beyonce’s On the Run Tour (July 2014), and The Legends of The Summer Tour, featuring Justin Timberlake and Jay-Z (August 2013). Baltimore also hosted a U2 concert in June 2011, Monster Jam in June of 2011-13, a Kenny Chesney concert in 2008, international soccer matches between Chelsea and AC Milan (2009), Manchester City and Inter Milan (2010), and Tottenham and Liverpool (2012), and the CONCACAF Gold Cup (2013 and 2015). M&T Bank Stadium has also hosted several premier college football games, including the annual Army-Navy showdown on four occasions.

Koppelman is a graduate of St. Paul’s School (Baltimore) and was inducted into its Athletic Hall of Fame in 2016 for his contributions as a team manager (football, wrestling and basketball) and a four-year member of the varsity baseball team. Baker’s wife, Reba, is the Ravens’ director of finance.

BAKER KOPPELMAN has been with the Ravens since their 1996 inception. He oversees the team’s PSL, season ticket and hospitality sales, ticket operations, ticket distribution, customer service, club level service and retail sales, and he assists with attracting events to M&T Bank Stadium. In relation to his roles, Koppelman helped create an internal committee tasked with reviewing and improving overall fan experience.

Since the stadium’s 1998 opening, Sommerhof has spearheaded efforts to make it one of the NFL’s best by supervising significant upgrades that enhance the fan experience. Most recently, in 2017, the Ravens began a three-year, approximately $120 million self-funded project that includes new 4K ultra-high definition video displays, escalators/elevators to the upper deck, a new sound system, upgraded kitchen facilities and club level enhancements.

He worked his way to a full-time position with the Orioles in 1991, helping manage the stadium box office and contributing with the seating relocation from Memorial Stadium to Oriole Park at Camden Yards in 1992. He then spent a season with the San Diego Padres in 1995, before returning to his hometown to join the Ravens prior to their inaugural 1996 season in Baltimore.

Koppelman has helped M&T Bank Stadium and the Ravens host a Metallica concert (May 2017), Beyonce’s World Formation Tour (June 2016), Billy Joel and One Direction concerts (both July 2015), Jay-Z and Beyonce’s On the Run Tour (July 2014), and The Legends of The Summer Tour, featuring Justin Timberlake and Jay-Z (August 2013). Baltimore also hosted a U2 concert in June 2011, Monster Jam in June of 2011-13, a Kenny Chesney concert in 2008, international soccer matches between Chelsea and AC Milan (2009), Manchester City and Inter Milan (2010), and Tottenham and Liverpool (2012), and the CONCACAF Gold Cup (2013 and 2015). M&T Bank Stadium has also hosted several premier college football games, including the annual Army-Navy showdown on four occasions.

Koppelman is a graduate of St. Paul’s School (Baltimore) and was inducted into its Athletic Hall of Fame in 2016 for his contributions as a team manager (football, wrestling and basketball) and a four-year member of the varsity baseball team. Baker’s wife, Reba, is the Ravens’ director of finance.

 
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