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


Current stadiumsEdit

Key
dagger Domed stadiums
double-dagger Stadiums with a retractable roof
Image Stadium Location Team Capacity Opened
120px Alumni Stadium Guelph, Ontario Hamilton Tiger-Cats 15,000 1970
120px BC Placedouble-dagger Vancouver, British Columbia BC Lions 54,300 1983
120px Commonwealth Stadium Edmonton, Alberta Edmonton Eskimos 60,000+ 1978
120px Investors Group Field Winnipeg, Manitoba Winnipeg Blue Bombers 33,422 2013
120px McMahon Stadium Calgary, Alberta Calgary Stampeders 35,650 1960
MosaicStadium Mosaic Stadium at Taylor Field Regina, Saskatchewan Saskatchewan Roughriders 32,898 1927
120px Percival Molson Memorial Stadium Montreal, Quebec Montreal Alouettes 25,012 1919
120px Rogers Centredouble-dagger Toronto, Ontario Toronto Argonauts 45,000 1989

Other stadiumsEdit

Image Stadium Location Event Capacity Opened
120px Moncton Stadium Moncton, New Brunswick Touchdown Atlantic 10,000 2010
120px Olympic Stadiumdagger Montreal, Quebec Montreal Alouettes play-off games 66,308 1976

The Alouettes played regular season games in Olympic Stadium during the 1996 and 1997 seasons before moving to Percival Molson Stadium. As of 2008, the franchise uses Olympic Stadium for playoff games only. Also, the stadium was originally designed as a retractable roof stadium but the roof was not installed until 1987. Since 1992, the roof has been kept closed at all times except for a brief period during 1998 in order to install a new roof, thereby making the stadium a dome.

Former stadiumsEdit

East DivisionEdit

East Division
Team
(former names)
Stadium
former names
Years Used Capacity Opened City
Hamilton Tiger-Cats
(Hamilton (Flying) Wildcats)
(Hamilton Tigers)
Hamilton Amateur Athletic Association Grounds 1872–1949 Unknown 1872 Hamilton, Ontario
Ivor Wynne Stadium 1950–2012 29,600 1930
Montreal Alouettes
(1996–present)
(Montreal Concordes)
(1982-1987)
(Montreal Alouettes)
(1946-1981)
Delorimier Stadium 1946–1953 20,000 1928 Montreal, Quebec
Autostade 1968–1971
1973–1976
33,172 1967
Toronto Argonauts
Rosedale Field 1874–1897
1908–1915
4,000 Unknown Toronto, Ontario
Old Varsity Stadium 1898–1907
1916–1923
10,000 1898
Varsity Stadium 1924–1958 22,000 1924
Exhibition Stadium 1959–1988 54,741 1959
Winnipeg Blue Bombers
(Winnipegs)
Osborne Stadium 1935–1953 7,800 1935 Winnipeg, Manitoba
Canad Inns Stadium 1953-2012 29,553 1953

West DivisionEdit

West Division
Team
(former names)
Stadium
(former names)
Years Used Capacity Opened City
BC Lions
Empire Stadium 1954–1982 32,375 1954 Vancouver, British Columbia
Empire Field 2010–2011 27,528 2010
Calgary Stampeders
(Bronks)
Mewata Stadium 1935–1959 Unknown Unknown Calgary, Alberta
Edmonton Eskimos
(Esquimaux)
Clarke Stadium 1954–1978 20,000 1938 Edmonton, Alberta
Saskatchewan Roughriders
(Regina Roughriders)
(Regina Rugby Club)
None n/a n/a n/a n/a

Proposed stadiumsEdit

Stadiums under construction
Stadium Team Location Capacity Opening Reference
New Ottawa Stadium Ottawa Canadian Football League team Ottawa, ON 24,000 2014 [1]
Proposed stadiums
Stadium Team Location Capacity Opening Reference
New Hamilton Stadium Hamilton Tiger-Cats Hamilton, ON 24,000 2014 [2]
New Regina Stadium Saskatchewan Roughriders Regina, SK 33,000 2017 [3]

Defunct teamsEdit

Stadiums of defunct teams
Team
(former names)
Stadium
(former names)
Years Used Capacity Opened City
Baltimore Stallions
(1995)
(Baltimore Football Club)
(Baltimore CFLers)
(Baltimore CFL Colts)
(Baltimore Colts)
(1994)
Memorial Stadium 1994–1995 53,371 1950 Baltimore, Maryland
Birmingham Barracudas
(1995)
Legion Field 1995 71,594 1926 Birmingham, Alabama
Las Vegas Posse
(1994)
Sam Boyd Stadium 1994 32,000 1971 Whitney, Nevada
Memphis Mad Dogs
(1995)
Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium 1995 63,000 1967 Memphis, Tennessee
Ottawa Rough Riders
(1898–1924,1927–1996)
(Ottawa Senators)
(1925–1926)
(Ottawa Football Club)
(1876–1897)
Frank Clair Stadium
Lansdowne Park (1908–1993)
1908–1996 30,927 1908 Ottawa, Ontario
Ottawa Renegades
(2002–2005)
2002–2005
San Antonio Texans
(1995)
(Sacramento Gold Miners)
(1993–1994)
Alamodome 1995 59,000 1993 San Antonio, Texas
Hornet Stadium 1993–1994 21,195 1968 Sacramento, California
Shreveport Pirates
(1994–1995)
Independence Stadium 1995 63,000 1976 Shreveport, Louisiana

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