Aerial Photos of Canadian Football League Stadiums   2 comments


B.C. Place Stadium, Vancouver, British Columbia Lions, Capacity 54,320

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Commonwealth Stadium, Edmonton Eskimos, Capacity 56,302

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McMahon Stadium, Calgary Stampeders, Capacity 35,400

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Mosaic Stadium at Taylor Field, Regina, Saskatchewan Roughriders, Capacity 33,427

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Investors Group Field, Winnipeg Blue Bombers, Capacity 33,500 – expandable to 40,000

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Tim Hortons Field, Hamilton Tiger-Cats, Capacity 24,000

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The Toronto Argonauts currently play in the Rogers Centre Skydome, next year they will be moving into BMO Field

Rogers Centre, Capacity 31,074

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BMO Field, Capacity 30,991

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TD Place Stadium, Ottawa Redblacks, Capacity 24,000

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The Montreal Allouettes use two stadiums, during the regular season they use Molson Stadium and in the playoffs they use Olympic Stadium.

Molson Stadium at McGill University, Capacity 25,012

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Montreal’s Olympic Stadium, Capacity 66,308

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Posted October 18, 2015 by markosun in Uncategorized

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2 responses to “Aerial Photos of Canadian Football League Stadiums

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  1. Canada now steals money from immigrants, freezing bank accounts, as they are ‘suspect’ terrorists, enriching the banks !! robbing the rich !! The BMO will freeze accounts indefinitely claiming, the funds are ‘suspect’. Canada is a nation of corporate theft!! now that oil is not profitable.

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