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Make it all about sports when you’re in Ontario. Fancy a basketball or hockey game? Head to downtown Toronto and cheer for the NBA’s Toronto Raptors or the NHL’s Toronto Maple Leafs. Enjoy a host of year-round concerts, conventions, and other events at the massive Air Canada Centre.
Another great spot to see a hockey game is the Canadian Tire Center; one of the great hockey arenas in the world and home of the NHL’s Ottawa Senators.
For an outdoor ball game, take a ride out to The Exhibition Place in Toronto and see BMO Field, where Major League Soccer’s Toronto FC and the CFL’s Toronto Argonauts call home. Do less watching and more doing. Get yourself out to Brantford and go to the Wayne Gretzky Sports Center. Between swimming pools, hockey arenas, exercise rooms, fitness classes, and having the Great One’s name on it, what more could you ask for?
With a seating capacity of almost 20,000, the Air Canada Centre is located in downtown Toronto, Ontario.
Popularly known as the ACC, the multi-purpose arena is home to the National Basketball Association's Toronto Raptors and the National Hockey League's Toronto Maple Leafs, as well as the National Lacrosse League's Toronto Rock.
Owned and operated by Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment Ltd., the facility has also hosted some of Toronto's biggest concerts by artists like Bon Jovi, U2, the Spice Girls and the Police. Sometimes called “the Hangar,” the space is available to rent for private events, like banquets, receptions and trade shows.
Seating over 21,000 soccer fans, BMO Field is the fifth stadium to be built in its location in the Exhibition Place district of Toronto, Ontario. Owned by the City of Toronto and operated by Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment Ltd., it is home to the Canada men's national soccer team, Toronto FC, and Canada national rugby union team.
Visitors to BMO Field will find themselves immersed in food options, with favourites including RealSports Bar & Grill, Footy's Footlongs and Taco FC. Those looking to celebrate can join the party at the Budweiser King Club and other bars in the stadium's concourse.
With a seating capacity of 20,500, Canadian Tire Centre is located 14 miles west-southwest of downtown Ottawa. The next time you visit central Ontario check out this arena.
The Canadian Tire Centre is the home of the National Hockey League's Ottawa Senators, and has hosted the Canadian University Men's Basketball Championship.
Formerly known as The Palladium, Corel Centre and Scotiabank Place, the facility is also home to the Ottawa Sports Hall of Fame as well as several restaurants and businesses. Visitors' favorite food and drink choices include Club Red, Molson Canadian Brew Pub and ByTown Grill.
With the seating capacity for 8,000 hockey fans, Ricoh Coliseum is located in Toronto, Ontario. Owned by the City of Toronto and operated by Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment Ltd., it is home to the American Hockey League's Toronto Marlies, the Maple Leafs' farm team.
Formerly known as both the Civic Arena and the CNE Coliseum, the facility also hosts the Lingerie Football League's Toronto Triumph as well as WWE professional wrestling events. Since its opening in 1921, the building has held exhibitions of the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair and the Royal Canadian Horse Show and now hosts Canadian National Exhibition events.
With a seating capacity of 54,000, Rogers Centre is a multi-purpose stadium complex in downtown Toronto, Ontario. Originally known as the SkyDome, the stadium changed its name when it was purchased by Rogers Communications, which also purchased the Toronto Blue Jays, who call the stadium home.
Besides being the first stadium in North America with a fully retractable roof, Rogers Centre can be converted to host a variety of other sports including soccer, cricket, Gaelic football, Hurling, Australian rules football, tennis and NCAA International Bowl games.
Known to many as the greatest player to ever lace up ice skates, Wayne Gretzky has a recreation centre named after him in Brantford. The Wayne Gretzky Sports Centre has been a premier recreation centre in southern Ontario for 33 years. The centre is located near downtown Brantford and is named after Brantford's most famous NHL Hockey player.
Take advantage of the free adult skating and have fun skating in one of the centre's ice rinks. Ice skating lessons are also available for those who need help mastering the skill. Be sure to stroll through the Brantford & Area Sports Hall of Recognition before leaving the centre.