Largest Stadiums in Ontario, Canada
This dataset contains 18 entries.

  Overview

Which is the largest stadium in Ontario?
The largest stadium in Ontario is Rogers Centre of Toronto with a maximum seating capacity of 49,282 spectators.The seating capacities of the stadiums in Ontario range from capacities of 110 spectators to 49,282 spectators, with the average sports venue being able to host around 9,559.6 spectators.

 Compare Rogers Centre with National Stadium


  Top 18 ranks, by capacity in descending order ( rank and segment full dataset - 246 items )

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Cities with the most large-capacity stadiums
The city with the most large-capacity stadiums is Toronto.

Most recent and oldest stadiums
The most recently opened stadium in Canada is Tim Hortons Field of Hamilton in 2014.The oldest stadium in Canada is Labatt Park of London which opened in 1877.The average building ages of the stadiums in Canada is 51.4 years old, with the oldest being 145 years old.


Let's check out some of these largest stadiums in Ontario.

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.


TD Place Stadium.

TD Place Stadium is the 3rd largest stadium by capacity in Ontario.

TD Place Stadium is a stadium in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, which can house a full seating capacity of 24,000 spectators. TD Place Stadium was opened in the year 1908 (114 years of age).

Home to Ottawa Redblacks (CFL) and Atlético Ottawa (CPL), the stadium sports a roof that is open at the top and is paved with a turf surface. TD Place Stadium is a venue for sports such as football and soccer.

 

 Compare TD Place Stadium with Stade Saputo from Montreal.

 Compare TD Place Stadium with RE/MAX Field from Edmonton.


Tim Hortons Field.

Tim Hortons Field is the largest stadium by capacity in Hamilton, Ontario.

Opened in 2014, Tim Hortons Field is a 8-year-old stadium, with a maximum capacity of 23,218 spectators. It is located in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.

Home to Hamilton Tiger-Cats (CFL) and Forge FC (CPL), the stadium sports a roof that is open at the top and is paved with a turf surface. Tim Hortons Field is a venue for sports such as football and soccer.

 

 Compare Tim Hortons Field with Cairns Field from Saskatoon.

 Compare Tim Hortons Field with Stonewall Quarry Park from Stonewall.


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.


Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton Park.

Located in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton Park is a stadium which can accommodate up to 10,332 spectators. Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton Park was opened in the year 1993 (29 years of age).

The stadium is paved with a grass surface. Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton Park is home to Ottawa Titans (Frontier League) and is a venue for sports such as baseball.

 

 Compare Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton Park with Amedée Roy Stadium from Sherbrooke.

 Compare Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton Park with Cairns Field from Saskatoon.


Labatt Park.

Labatt Park is the 2nd largest stadium by capacity in London, Ontario.

Located in London, Ontario, Canada, Labatt Park is a stadium which can accommodate up to 5,200 spectators. Labatt Park was opened in the year 1877 (145 years of age).

Home of London Majors, the stadiumis a venue for sports events such as baseball.

 

 Compare Labatt Park with Seaman Stadium from Okotoks.

 Compare Labatt Park with Andrews Field from Brandon.


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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