Montreal Arenas & Stadiums
This 10,000 square foot indoor skating rink attracts thousands of residents and tourists every year. Open to the public all year long
The Montréal Olympic Stadium was built for the 1976 Summer Olympic Games in Montréal. After the Olympics the stadium was used for the purpose of providing a facility to young athletes. Formerly the home of the Montréal Expos, the stadium now serves as a venue for major events such as concerts and competitions.
Home of the Montreal Expos from 1969 to 1976, Jarry Park (now known as Stade Uniprix or Uniprix Stadium) includes the Bell Pavillion. The park features a number of interior and exterior tennis courts, soccer fields and baseball fields.
The Bell Centre is home to the NHL franchise team Montréal Canadiens who won the Stanley Cup Playoffs four years in a row during the 1956-1960 seasons. This team currently holds the most Stanley Cup wins in NHL history. The centre also hosts concerts, musicals and other special events.
Home of the Montreal Alouettes (CFL), this stadium was opened in 1915 by McGill University. The stadium is well-used for a variety of sporting events and concerts. The stadium remains one of Canada's most scenic.
Dedicated to hometown hockey hero Maurice "the Rocket" Richard, this arena includes a multi-media exhibition on the life of the Montreal Canadien. Entrance to the arena is free and there is a souvenir shop onsite. Home to the Montreal Rockets, the city's Major Junior Hockey League team, the ice rink is also used for training by speed and figure skaters.
Situated in Montreal's Ahuntsic-Cartierville borough, the Arena Michel-Normandin is part of the Complexe Sportif Claude-Robillard. The arena is named after the famed French-language sportscaster from the 1950s and 1960s.