Largest Sports Venues in Alberta, Canada
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  Overview

Which is the largest sports venue in Alberta?
The largest sports venue in Alberta is Commonwealth Stadium of Edmonton with a maximum seating capacity of 56,302 spectators.The seating capacities of the sports venues in Alberta range from capacities of 1,000 spectators to 56,302 spectators, with the average sports venue being able to host around 7,550.4 spectators.

 Compare Commonwealth Stadium with Father David Bauer Olympic Arena


  Top 29 ranks, by capacity in descending order ( rank and segment full dataset - 246 items )

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Cities with the most large-capacity venues
The city with the most large-capacity sports venues is Edmonton.

Most recent and oldest sports venues
The most recently opened sports venue in Canada is Eagle Builders Centre of Blackfalds in 2021.The oldest sports venue in Canada is Clare Drake Arena of Edmonton which opened in 1959.The average building ages of the sports venues in Canada is 33.8 years old, with the oldest being 63 years old.


Let's check out some of these largest sports venues in Alberta.

Commonwealth Stadium.

Commonwealth Stadium is the largest stadium by capacity in Canada.

Opened in 1978, Commonwealth Stadium is a 44-year-old stadium, with a maximum capacity of 56,302 spectators. It is located in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

The stadium is home to teams such as Edmonton Elks (CFL) and hosts sports events for football. Commonwealth Stadium features a turf surface, with a open roof.

 

 Compare Commonwealth Stadium with Spitz Stadium from Lethbridge.

 Compare Commonwealth Stadium with Stade Canac from Quebec City.


McMahon Stadium.

McMahon Stadium is the 2nd largest stadium by capacity in Alberta.

Opened in 1960, McMahon Stadium is a 62-year-old stadium, with a maximum capacity of 35,400 spectators. It is located in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

The stadium is home to teams such as Calgary Stampeders (CFL) and hosts sports events for football. McMahon Stadium features a turf surface, with a open roof.

 

 Compare McMahon Stadium with Arnold Anderson Stadium At Cockshutt Park from Brantford.

 Compare McMahon Stadium with Commonwealth Stadium from Edmonton.


Rogers Place.

Rogers Place is the 2nd largest indoor arena by capacity in Canada.

Rogers Place is an indoor arena in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, which can house a full seating capacity of 20,734 spectators. Rogers Place was opened in the year 2016 (6 years of age).

Home of Edmonton Oilers and Edmonton Oil Kings, the indoor arenais a venue for sports events such as hockey and basketball.

 

 Compare Rogers Place with Steve Yzerman Arena from Ottawa.

 Compare Rogers Place with Sadlon Arena from Barrie.


Scotiabank Saddledome.

Scotiabank Saddledome is the 2nd largest indoor arena by capacity in Calgary, Alberta.

Scotiabank Saddledome is an indoor arena located in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Opened in the year 1983, Scotiabank Saddledome's building age is 39 years and has a seating capacity of up to 19,289 spectators.

Home to teams such as Calgary Flames, Calgary Hitmen and Calgary Roughnecks, the indoor arena hosts events for sports such as hockey and basketball.

 

 Compare Scotiabank Saddledome with Aréna Marcel-Bédard from Beauport.

 Compare Scotiabank Saddledome with Winkler Arena from Winkler.


RE/MAX Field.

RE/MAX Field is the 3rd largest stadium by capacity in Edmonton, Alberta.

RE/MAX Field is a stadium that can seat up to 9,200 spectators. Located in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, RE/MAX Field was opened in the year 1995 (27 years of age).

The stadium is home to Edmonton Riverhawks and is a venue for sports such as baseball.

 

 Compare RE/MAX Field with IGA Stadium from Montreal.

 Compare RE/MAX Field with Jack Couch Stadium from Kitchener.


Enmax Centre.

Enmax Centre is an indoor arena that can seat up to 7,100 spectators. Located in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada, Enmax Centre was opened in the year 1974 (48 years of age).

Home of Lethbridge Hurricanes, the indoor arenais a venue for sports events such as hockey.

 

 Compare Enmax Centre with Farrell Agencies Arena from Yorkton.

 Compare Enmax Centre with Peavey Mart Centrium from Red Deer.


Canalta Centre.

Located in Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada, Canalta Centre is an indoor arena which can accommodate up to 7,000 spectators. Canalta Centre was opened in the year 2015 (7 years of age).

Home to teams such as Medicine Hat Tigers, the indoor arena hosts events for sports such as hockey.

 

 Compare Canalta Centre with West Central Events Centre from Kindersley.

 Compare Canalta Centre with T.G. Smith Centre from Steinbach.


Foothills Stadium.

Foothills Stadium is the 3rd largest stadium by capacity in Calgary, Alberta.

Foothills Stadium is a stadium located in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Opened in the year 1966, Foothills Stadium's building age is 56 years and has a seating capacity of up to 6,000 spectators.

The stadium is home to Calgary Dinos and is a venue for sports such as baseball.

 

 Compare Foothills Stadium with IG Field from Winnipeg.

 Compare Foothills Stadium with Athletic Park from Medicine Hat.


Edmonton Expo Centre.

Edmonton Expo Centre is an indoor arena located in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Opened in the year 1984, Edmonton Expo Centre's building age is 38 years and has a seating capacity of up to 4,628 spectators.

The indoor arena hosts sports events for basketball. Edmonton Expo Centre is home to teams such as Edmonton Stingers

 

 Compare Edmonton Expo Centre with Centre 200 from Sydney.

 Compare Edmonton Expo Centre with Abbotsford Centre from Abbotsford.


Largest Sports Venues   Canada   |   Ontario   |   Alberta   |   British Columbia   |   Manitoba   |   New Brunswick   |   Quebec   |   Saskatchewan   |   Toronto   |   Calgary   |   Edmonton   |   Montreal   |   Ottawa   |   Winnipeg   |   Ontario
Largest Indoor Arenas   Canada   |   Alberta   |   British Columbia   |   New Brunswick   |   Ontario   |   Quebec   |   Saskatchewan   |   Toronto   |   Edmonton   |   Montreal
Largest Outdoor Stadiums   Canada   |   Alberta   |   British Columbia   |   Quebec
Largest Venues By Sport   Football   |   Soccer   |   Baseball   |   Ice Hockey   |   Basketball


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