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|Location||University of Victoria|
|Owner||University of Victoria|
|Operator||University of Victoria|
Rubberized 400m track
|Architect||Sidall, Dennis and Associates|
|Victoria Vikes (CIS)
1994 Commonwealth Games
Centennial Stadium is a stadium located on the campus of the University of Victoria in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. The facility was built as a 1967 Canadian Centennial project to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Canadian confederation.
The original seating capacity was 3,000. The venue was renovated and temporarily expanded to 30,000 seats to serve as the main stadium of the 1994 Commonwealth Games. After the Commonwealth Games, the temporary seats were removed, leaving 2,000 new seats opposite the main grandstand for a total of 5,000 seats.
The stadium features a 400m synthetic rubberized track surface, as well as separate areas for long jump/triple jump, high jump, pole vault, discus, hammer, shot put, and javelin. Inside the track is a natural grass field for sports such as football and soccer.
- The Emergence of Architectural Modernism in Victoria - http://uvac.uvic.ca/Architecture_Exhibits/UVic_campus/buildings/Centennial_Stadium/
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