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Rosedale Field Stadium Details

Years Played: 1874-1897, 1908-1915
Maximum Football Capacity: 10,000 (4,000 seated)
Surface: Grass
:Mt. Pleasant Avenue & MacLennan Avenue
Notes: Hosted the first ever Grey Cup in 1909; Currently
the field still stands but the grandstands have been
removed; Currently the home of the Rosedale Golf and
Tennis Club


Varsity Stadium
Stadium Details

Years Played: 1898–1907, 1916–24, 1925–58
Maximum Football Capacity: 16,000
Surface: Grass
Location: Bloor Street & Devonshire Place
Notes: Hosted both Grey Cup and Vanier Cup,
including the 1950 Mud Bowl; Remains property of the    
University of Toronto Blues following renovations.


CNE/Exhibition Stadium Stadium Details

Years Played: 1959 - 1988
Maximum Football Capacity: 54,000
Surface: Grass (1959), Astro Turf (1976)
Location: Princess Bloulevard & Ontario Drive
Notes:Originally opened as the CNE Grandstand in 1948;
Became the home of the Toronto Blue Jays (1977); Also
used for concerts, movie sets and wrestling and boxing


SkyDome/Rogers Centre
Stadium Details

Years Played: 1989 - Present
Maximum Football Capacity: 52,230
Surface: Astro Turf (1989), Field Turf (2004), Astro
Turf 3D (2010)
Location: Front Street & Blue Jays Way
Notes: Also the home of the Toronto Blue Jays; Used to
host concerts, plays, conventions and wrestling events.   







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