Largest Sports Venues in Toronto, Canada
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  Overview

Which is the largest sports venue in Toronto, Ontario?
The largest sports venue in Toronto is Rogers Centre with a maximum seating capacity of 49,282 spectators.The seating capacities of the sports venues in Toronto range from capacities of 1,000 spectators to 49,282 spectators, with the average sports venue being able to host around 12,143.0 spectators.

 Compare Rogers Centre with Varsity Arena


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Most recent and oldest sports venues in Toronto, Ontario
The most recently opened sports venue in Canada is Ford Performance Centre in 2009.The oldest sports venue in Canada is Coca-Cola Coliseum which opened in 1921.The average building ages of the sports venues in Canada is 48.2 years old, with the oldest being 101 years old.


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

Rogers Centre.

Rogers Centre is the largest stadium by capacity in Ontario.

Located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Rogers Centre is a stadium which can accommodate up to 49,282 spectators. Rogers Centre was opened in the year 1989 (33 years of age).

Home to teams such as Toronto Blue Jays (MLB), the stadium sports a turf surface and hosts events for sports such as baseball.

 

 Compare Rogers Centre with Shaw Park from Winnipeg.

 Compare Rogers Centre with Tim Hortons Field from Hamilton.


BMO Field.

BMO Field is the 2nd largest stadium by capacity in Ontario.

BMO Field is a stadium in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, which can house a full seating capacity of 30,000 spectators. BMO Field was opened in the year 2007 (15 years of age).

The stadium sports a grass surface, with a roof that is open at the top. BMO Field hosts events for sports such as football and soccer and is home to teams such as Toronto Argonauts (CFL) and Toronto FC (MLS).

 

 Compare BMO Field with Mosaic Stadium from Regina.


Scotiabank Arena.

Scotiabank Arena is the 3rd largest indoor arena by capacity in Toronto, Ontario.

Scotiabank Arena is an indoor arena in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, which can house a full seating capacity of 19,800 spectators. Scotiabank Arena was opened in the year 1999 (23 years of age).

The indoor arena hosts sports events for hockey and basketball. Scotiabank Arena is home to teams such as Toronto Maple Leafs and Toronto Raptors

 

 Compare Scotiabank Arena with Rogers Place from Edmonton.

 Compare Scotiabank Arena with Varsity Arena from Toronto.


Aviva Centre.

Aviva Centre is a stadium that can seat up to 12,500 spectators. Located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Aviva Centre was opened in the year 2004 (18 years of age).

The stadium is paved with a hard surface. Aviva Centre is a venue for sports such as tennis.

 

 Compare Aviva Centre with Leakos Field from Saskatoon.

 Compare Aviva Centre with Rogers Centre from Toronto.


Coca-Cola Coliseum.

Opened in 1921, Coca-Cola Coliseum is a 101-year-old indoor arena, with a maximum capacity of 10,279 spectators. It is located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

The indoor arena is home to Toronto Marlies and is a venue for sports such as hockey.

 

 Compare Coca-Cola Coliseum with Pepsi Centre from Corner Brook.

 Compare Coca-Cola Coliseum with CAA Arena from Belleville.


Varsity Arena.

Located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Varsity Arena is an indoor arena which can accommodate up to 4,116 spectators. Varsity Arena was opened in the year 1926 (96 years of age).

Home to teams such as Varsity Blues, the indoor arena hosts events for sports such as hockey.

 

 Compare Varsity Arena with Progressive Auto Sales Arena from Sarnia.

 Compare Varsity Arena with Earl Armstrong Arena from Ottawa.


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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