Commonwealth Stadium

Commonwealth Stadium

Often known as The Brick Field at Commonwealth Stadium, this open-air, multipurpose stadium has been selected to help Canada host World Cup 2026. Boasting a seating capacity of over 56,00, it the largest open-air stadium in the country. It is best known as the home of the Edmonton Eskimos, the local Canadian Football League (CFL) team.

The Commonwealth Stadium is so-called because it was built for the 1978 Commonwealth Games. Other important events have been staged at this arena. These incude the 2014 FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup and the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup.

Location: Edmonton

Capacity: 56,302

Construction: Built in 1978. Since then it has been renovated twice and undergone two expansions, most recently in 2013.

World Cup 2026 Venues :

Olympic Stadium, Commonwealth Stadium, BMO Field

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