Apple Bowl

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Not to be confused with the Apple Bowl stadium in Wenatchee, Washington, a sports facility for Wenatchee High School or the televised Apple Bowl high school academic competition in Central Washington.
Apple Bowl
Location 1555 Burtch Road, Kelowna, B.C., Canada
Owner City of Kelowna
Capacity 2,314
Surface Natural Grass
Rubberized 400m track
Tenants
Okanagan Sun (CJFL)
Okanagan Challenge (PCSL) (2005-present)

The Apple Bowl is a multi-purpose stadium located at the Parkinson Recreation Area in Kelowna, British Columbia. It is the home of the Okanagan Sun of the Canadian Junior Football League and the Okanagan Challenge of the Pacific Coast Soccer League. Besides hosting field events, it has a rubberized 400m running track and facilities for other track and field events. The stadium seats 1,054 in the grandstand, and an additional 1,200 on aluminum bleachers.[1] , and had new molded seating installed in the main grandstand in 2006. The Apple Bowl also has a mini-track, and sand pit for long jump as well as an area for Shot Put events. It is commonly used for Track and Field events. It has hosted the Canadian Bowl twice, in 1997 and 2000, with the latter game drawing a crowd of 6,200 spectators.[2]

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Coordinates: 49°53′11″N 119°27′30″W / 49.886506°N 119.458361°W / 49.886506; -119.458361 (Apple Bowl)