Brandt Centre

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Brandt Centre
The Brandt
Brandt Center before Regina Pats Playoff game.
Former names Regina Agridome (1977-2005)
Location 1700 Elphinstone Street
Regina, SK
Coordinates 50°27′1″N 104°38′15″W / 50.45028°N 104.63750°W / 50.45028; -104.63750Coordinates: 50°27′1″N 104°38′15″W / 50.45028°N 104.63750°W / 50.45028; -104.63750
Owner City of Regina

Regina Exhibition Association Limited

Executive suites 35
Capacity 6,200 for hockey games[citation needed]
7,129 for concerts[citation needed]
Surface Multi-Surface
Scoreboard The new scoreboard. One of the best in Canada.
Broke ground 1975
Built 1975-1977
Opened October 2, 1977[4]
Renovated 2007
Expanded 2007
Construction cost $7.7 million
($29.1 million in 2016 dollars[1])
Architect Phillips Barrat[2]
General contractor Warren Cochrane[3]
Regina Pats (WHL) (1977–present)
Regina Rage (LFL Canada) (2012-present)
The Brandt Center before a 2016 Regina Pats playoff game versus the Red Deer Rebels

The Brandt Centre, formerly Regina Agridome, is operated by the Regina Exhibition Association Limited at Evraz Place an indoor arena in Regina, Saskatchewan. Built in 1977, it is the home arena for the WHL's Regina Pats and also hosts concerts, rodeos and the like. It replaced Regina Exhibition Stadium. It was renamed in 2005 when Regina-based agricultural equipment firm Brandt Industries bought its naming rights.

The arena has hosted numerous Tim Hortons Briers, Scotties Tournament of Hearts, Junos as well as the Memorial Cup.

Beginning in 2012, it was home to the Regina Rage of the Lingerie Football League's Canadian division.[5]

In early 2015, the stadium went under renovation, including a new scoreboard (pictured to the right). It was unveiled during a match with the Moose Jaw Warriors on January 23, 2015.

The Brandt Centre before hockey season.
The Brandt Centre before hockey season.


  1. ^ Canadian inflation numbers based on Statistics Canada. "Consumer Price Index, historical summary". CANSIM, table (for fee) 326-0021 and Catalogue nos. 62-001-X, 62-010-X and 62-557-X. And Consumer Price Index, by province (monthly) (Canada) Last modified 2016-01-22. Retrieved March 2, 2016
  2. ^ Eisler, Dale (November 14, 1974). "Plans Revealed for New Facility". Leader-Post. Regina. Retrieved October 18, 2013. 
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  4. ^ 1977-1978 Season Western Canada Hockey
  5. ^ "LFL Canada Releases Regina Rage Team Logo". Lingerie Football League. March 6, 2012. Retrieved March 6, 2012. 

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