Edmonton Arenas & Stadiums
Home of the Edmonton Oilers Hockey Club, this 16,000 seat venue hosts major concerts, sporting events and family attractions. Northlands Coliseum is part of Northlands entertainment complex which is also home to the 522,000-square-foot Edmonton EXPO Centre and Northlands Park, where live harness racing can be enjoyed.
Sometimes referred to as Clarke Stadium, this athletics field was rebuilt in 2001 and stands as a legacy to amateur sports. It has a 2,500 seating capacity, a grass field and a Mondo track.
Having undergone a $23-million facelift for the World Championships in Athletics, the stadium is among North America's finest, sporting a professional football field with and a state of the art Mondo 400-metre track. With seating capacity in excess of 60,000, it is the largest stadium in Canada and the only major stadium with natural grass. Home to the Edmonton Eskimos, Canada's National Soccer Team, major concerts and the 2002 Grey Cup. Also features a fitness centre with state-of-the-art weight equipment, gymnasium, racquetball and tennis courts.
Home to the Edmonton Capitals (formally the Cracker Cats) of the Golden Baseball League, TELUS Field is the northernmost professional baseball park in North America. It has a seating capacity of over 9,000 and is ideally situated in the river valley to make the most of Edmonton's summer sun.