List of Canadian Football League stadiums

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The following is a list of stadiums in the Canadian Football League.

Current stadiums[edit]

Image Stadium Capacity (seats) City Province Playing surface Roof type Team Division Opened Ref(s)
BC Place Opening Day 2011-09-30.jpg BC Place 54,300 Vancouver British Columbia Artificial turf Retractable roof BC Lions West Division 1983 [1]
BMO Field, 104th Grey Cup.jpeg BMO Field 25,000 Toronto Ontario Natural grass with artificial turf end zones[a] Open Toronto Argonauts East Division 2007 [3]
Commonwealth Stadium.jpg Commonwealth Stadium 56,302 Edmonton Alberta Artificial turf Open Edmonton Elks West Division 1978 [4]
Investors Group Field.png IG Field 33,422 Winnipeg Manitoba Artificial turf Open Winnipeg Blue Bombers West Division 2013 [5]
McMahon Stadium 6.jpg McMahon Stadium 35,650 Calgary Alberta Artificial turf Open Calgary Stampeders West Division 1960 [6]
2017 08 12a Rider BC Game 51.jpg Mosaic Stadium 33,350 Regina Saskatchewan Artificial turf Open Saskatchewan Roughriders West Division 2017 [7]
Stade Percival-Molson 02.jpg Percival Molson Memorial Stadium 23,420 Montreal Quebec Artificial turf[b] Open Montreal Alouettes East Division 1919 [8]
TD Place 2022.jpg TD Place Stadium 25,000 Ottawa Ontario Artificial turf Open Ottawa Redblacks East Division 1908 [9]
52nd Vanier Cup in 2016, Tim Hortons Field.jpg Tim Hortons Field 24,390 Hamilton Ontario Artificial turf Open Hamilton Tiger-Cats East Division 2014 [10]
Notes
  1. ^ End zones are only 18 yards long, rather than the regulation 20 yards.[2]
  2. ^ End zone corners are cut off due to the running track circling the field.

Map of current stadiums[edit]

Future stadiums[edit]

Stadium Capacity Location Team Opening Status Reference

Neutral site stadiums[edit]

Image Stadium Capacity Location Event Opened Reference
New moncton stadium.JPG Moncton Stadium 8,300[a] Moncton, New Brunswick CFL Touchdown Atlantic series (2010, 2011, 2013, 2019) 2010 [11]
Raymond Field, 2021.jpg Raymond Field 3,000[b] Wolfville, Nova Scotia CFL Touchdown Atlantic series (2022) 1966 [12]
SMS Equipment Stadium.jpg SMS Stadium at Shell Place 5,000[c] Fort McMurray, Alberta Northern Kickoff (2015) 2015 [13]
Notes
  1. ^ The seating capacity can increase to 25,000 via temporary seating.
  2. ^ The seating capacity can increase to 5,000 via standing room.
  3. ^ The seating capacity can increase to 15,000 via temporary seating.

Former stadiums[edit]

East Division
Team Stadium Years Used Capacity Opened City Ref(s)
Hamilton Tiger-Cats Hamilton Amateur Athletic Association Grounds 1872–1949 Unknown 1872 Hamilton, Ontario
Ivor Wynne Stadium 1950–2012 29,600 1930 [14]
Alumni Stadium 2013 13,362 1970 Guelph, Ontario [15]
Ron Joyce Stadium 2014 6,500 2008 Hamilton, Ontario
Montreal Alouettes Delorimier Stadium 1946–1953 20,000 1928 Montreal, Quebec
Autostade 1968–1971
1973–1976
33,172 1967 [16]
Olympic Stadium 1976-1986
1996-1998
66,308 1976 [17]
Ottawa Redblacks n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a
Toronto Argonauts Rosedale Field 1874–1897
1908–1915
4,000 1874 Toronto, Ontario [18]
Varsity Stadium 1898–1907
1916–1924
10,000 1898
1925–1958 22,000 1924
Exhibition Stadium 1959–1974 33,150 1948 in original form
1975 41,890
1976–1988 54,741
Rogers Centre
SkyDome (1989–2005)
1989–2015 31,074 1989
West Division
BC Lions Empire Stadium 1954–1982 32,375 1954 Vancouver, British Columbia [19]
Empire Field 2010–2011 27,528 2010 [20]
Calgary Stampeders Mewata Stadium 1935–1959 10,000 1906 Calgary, Alberta [21]
Edmonton Elks Clarke Stadium 1949–1978 20,000 1938 Edmonton, Alberta [22]
Saskatchewan Roughriders Mosaic Stadium at Taylor Field
Taylor Field (1946–2006)
Park de Young (1936–1946)
1936-2016 33,427 1936 Regina, Saskatchewan [23]
Winnipeg Blue Bombers Osborne Stadium 1935–1952 7,800 1935 Winnipeg, Manitoba [24]
Canad Inns Stadium
Winnipeg Stadium (1953–2001)
1953 15,700 1953 in original form [25]
1954–1977 17,995
1978–1986 32,946
1987–1998 33,675
1999–2012 29,553

Defunct team stadiums[edit]

Team
(former names)
Stadium
(former names)
Years Used Capacity Opened City Ref(s)
Baltimore Stallions
(1995)
(Baltimore CFLers)
(1994)
Memorial Stadium 1994–1995 53,371 1950 Baltimore, Maryland [26]
Birmingham Barracudas
(1995)
Legion Field 1995 71,594 1926 Birmingham, Alabama [27]
Las Vegas Posse
(1994)
Sam Boyd Stadium 1994 32,000 1971 Whitney, Nevada [28]
Memphis Mad Dogs
(1995)
Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium 1995 63,000 1967 Memphis, Tennessee [29]
Ottawa Rough Riders
(1898–1924,1931–1996)
(Ottawa Senators)
(1925–1930)
(Ottawa Football Club)
(1876–1897)
Frank Clair Stadium
Lansdowne Park (1908–1993)
1908–1996 30,927 1908 Ottawa, Ontario [30]
Ottawa Renegades
(2002–2005)
2002–2005 [30]
San Antonio Texans
(1995)
(Sacramento Gold Miners)
(1993–1994)
Alamodome 1995 59,000 1993 San Antonio, Texas [31]
Hornet Stadium 1993–1994 21,195 1968 Sacramento, California [32]
Shreveport Pirates
(1994–1995)
Independence Stadium 1994–1995 51,000 1976 Shreveport, Louisiana [33]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  6. ^ "McMahon Stadium - Calgary Stampeders". Stampeders.com. Retrieved August 13, 2018.
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  27. ^ "Legion Field History, Record and Attendance on CFLdb Statistics". Stats.cfldb.ca. Retrieved August 13, 2018.
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  33. ^ "Independence Stadium History, Record and Attendance on CFLdb Statistics". Stats.cfldb.ca. Retrieved August 13, 2018.

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