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Located in the southern downtown area of Montreal, this new home for the Canadiens hockey club is a state-of-the-art facility that seats more than 21,000 spectators. Originally known as the Molson Centre, it is used not only for sports events but also for rock and pop concerts, various exhibitions and events. Visitors can tour its multi-functional amphitheater and Hall of Fame, enjoy a drink in the Jacques Beauchamp Lounge and even get a chance to see the Canadians' dressing room. The Canadians' Souvenir Boutique located here sells everything in sportswear, posters, autographed sticks and other hockey-related accessories.
The Percival Molson Memorial Stadium has been running since 1915 and is home to the Montreal Alouettes since 1998. Built in honor of Captain Percival Molson who was a football, track and hockey star at the university, it has an impressive seating capacity of 20,202! The multi-sport turf, concession stands and great outdoor lighting make it an ideal venue for the best and biggest sports events. The Molson Stadium was also the proud venue for field hockey in the 1976 Summer Olympics. Visitors can catch various hockey and football games as well as concert performances. People looking to organize a major event can call on the numbers below for rental conditions and provisions.
Roger Taillibert's magnificent Olympic Stadium, or "The Big O," as it is affectionately called, remains one of Montreal's most stunning architectural achievements. The visionary design is a triumphant embodiment of Organic Modern Architecture, inspired by natural plant and animal forms. The covered stadium was designed to withstand the city's notoriously harsh winters, with a retractable roof that is supported by the world's tallest inclined tower. Originally intended for the Summer Olympics of 1976, the ambitious design did not reach fruition until 1987, and the roof's ability to retract remained unrealized for another year. Today, the stadium is Quebec's largest in terms of seating capacity and hosts special events such as concerts, trade fairs and sporting events. A funicular transports visitors to the top of the inclined tower, at a height of 175 meters (574 feet), where a spellbinding view over the Olympic Park and the city beyond awaits.
Established in 1957, the Centre Pierre Charbonneau, located on Viau Street, was supposed to be a Police Academy. Now serving as a popular sports arena, especially for basketball events, the center boasts of a capacity of 2700. Apart from regular matches organized here, the place doubles up as a venue for exhibitions and conventions. Centre Pierre Charbonneau is also known for extra curricular training, such as music, martial arts and much more.
Canada's second largest soccer stadium, Saputo was inaugurated in May 2008. Home of Montreal Impact, Montreal's major league soccer team, the stadium can host up to 20,801 spectators. Located in Olympic Park, this stadium is your go-to for some heart-pumping sports action while in the city. One of the city's top sporting venues, Saputo Stadium is a must-visit for soccer fans while visiting Montreal. The events schedule is available via the Montreal Impact website and tickets are available both online and at the venue.
IGA Stadium is a sprawling sports venue with outdoor courts and an indoor facility. This 12000 seat-capacity Uniprix Stadium is home of some of the biggest tournaments in the sports fields with renowned players making their mark here. Reservations are essential.