Mosaic Stadium

 

BASIC INFO

Name:Mosaic Stadium at Taylor Field
Location:Saskatchewan, Canada
Opened:1936 (used from 1910 but not completed until 1936)
Closed:N/A
Rebuilt:
Capacity:32,848 (55,438 with temporary seating)
Tenants:Saskatchewan Roughriders, Regina Rams, 2005 Canada Games, Regina Thunder, Regina Riots
Previous Names:Park de Young
Events staged:

American football, field hockey

BUILD

Construction Cost:
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LINKS

Wikipedia:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mosaic_Stadium_at_Taylor_Field
Stadium website:
Web cam:

RANDOM FACT

The stadium was the site of the three longest field goals in Canadian Football League history. (Paul Watson 59 yards v. Winnipeg July 12, 1981, Dave Ridgway 60 yards v Winnipeg Blue Bombers September 6, 1987, and Paul McCallum 62 yards v Edmonton Eskimos on October 27, 2001.)

NEWS

19/09/2012 - NEW STADIUM FOR SASKATCHEWAN ROUGHRIDERS

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