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Saskatchewan Sports Venues
First-rate sporting venues can be found throughout Saskatchewan supporting professional, junior league and hobby teams. These facilities welcome hockey, curling, baseball and football fans every day.
Fans of the Prince Albert Raiders hockey team are well-familiar with the Art Hauser Centre. This multi-purpose arena seats more than 2,500 fans eager for the face-off. In the Central region, more than 15,000 fans can crowd the SaskTelCentre to watch the Saskatoon Blades storm the ice. The Moose Jaw Warriors call the Mosaic Place home ice, although you’ll often hear it referred to as the Moose Jaw Multiplex. Meanwhile, the dominant Swift Current Broncos are based in the recently expanded Credit Union iPlex. If you are heading south, a trip to the Brandt Centre to see the Regina Pats is a rousing good time.
Curling events are also hosted in the Credit Union iPlex, the recent home of the World Women’s Curling Championship, as is Mosaic Place. Exhibition centers throughout the province regularly host league play. Exciting gridiron action takes over the new Mosaic Stadium when the Saskatchewan Roughriders snap the ball. And for the delights of the Collegiate Summer Baseball League, watch the Yorkton Cardinals swing for the fences at Jubilee Park.
Art Hauser Centre
Central Saskatchewan is home to Prince Albert, the third-largest city in the province. While in the city, join the local hockey fans at the Art Hauser Centre to see the Prince Albert Raiders hockey team in action. This multi-purpose arena has been home for the Raiders of the Western Hockey League, since it opened in 1971.
In addition to Raiders games, the arena hosts special events, skating events, trade shows and concerts, important to the central Saskatchewan economy.
Credit Union i-plex
The Credit Union i-plex, located in Swift Current, Saskatchewan is host to a variety of special events, sporting events and concerts. The 3,239-seat facility is the home for the Swift Current Broncos ice hockey team, the Swift Current Rampage lacrosse team and the Home Hardware AAA Midget Legionnaires ice hockey team.
The arena was host for the 2010 World Women's Curling Championships, as well as a variety of events. Whether visiting the arena for a hockey game, ice skating lessons, a special event or concert, you'll have a great time.
While visiting Yorkton, head to Jubilee Park to cheer on the Yorkton Cardinals of the Western Major Baseball League.
The park is also home to the Yorkton Minor Baseball team and the Yorkton Junior Cardinals. The action takes place on the four baseball diamonds, including one for the bantam division and one for the pee wee league. Enjoy a day at this Saskatchewan ballpark, cheering on your favourite team.
While traveling on the Trans-Canada Highway in southern Saskatchewan, take a break in Moose Jaw, to see the Moose Jaw Warriors hockey team in action at Mosaic Place.
Arena features include the Moose Jaw Ford Curling Centre, eight conference rooms for a capacity of 900 attendees, the Great Western Lounge and Restaurant and event space for 5,000 people. Whether watching a hockey game, listening to a concert, attending a trade show or celebrating a wedding, the center is the place where it all happens.
Mosaic Stadium at Taylor Field
Capital City visitors and residents ready for Saskatchewan football action head to the north side of Regina.
Mosaic Stadium at Taylor Field, built in 1927, is home turf for the Saskatchewan Roughriders of the Canadian Football League. The Roughriders, established in 1910, have played their home games in the stadium since 1936.
Mosaic Stadium is also the home field for the University of Regina Rams football team, the Regina Thunder of the Canadian Junior Football League team, and the Regina Riot of the Western Women's Canadian Football League team.