|Owner||City of Calgary|
|Field size||Left – 345 ft
Centre – 400 ft
Right – 345 ft
|Calgary Vipers (NAL) (2004–2011)
Calgary Dawgs (WMBL) (2003–2005)
Calgary Outlaws (CBL) (2003)
Calgary Cannons (PCL) (1985–2002)
Calgary Expos (PBL) (1979–1984)
Calgary Cardinals (PBL) (1977–1978)
Foothills Stadium, formerly Burns Stadium, is a stadium in Calgary, Alberta. It is primarily used for baseball, and was formerly home to the Calgary Cannons AAA baseball club until September 2002, when the team relocated to Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA. It was later the home field of the Calgary Vipers baseball team of the North American League. It originally opened in 1966. The most notable early team to play in the stadium was the Calgary Expos of the Pioneer League. The stadium has undergone several renovations, notably in 1985 prior to the arrival of the Calgary Cannons. Most recently the stadium was refurbished in 2004 including the installation of ViperVision Video Screen in right field. It holds 6,000 people.
With the Calgary Vipers recently folding, the stadium is currently being used by the University of Calgary Dinos baseball team, as well the Calgary Junior Dinos, Calgary PBF Redbirds and Babe Ruth Calgary.
- City of Calgary (February 2011). "Foothills Athletic Park". Retrieved 2011-04-13.
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