List of soccer stadiums in Canada
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The following is a partial list of Canadian soccer stadiums, in order by capacity. Not all stadiums are used exclusively for soccer; some also host Canadian football, rugby and/or track and field. Soccer-specific stadiums are listed in bold.
Future and proposed stadiums
|1||Exhibition Stadium||54,741||Toronto||Ontario||Toronto Blue Jays (1977–1989), Toronto Argonauts (1959–1988), Vanier Cup (1973–1975)||1989||1999|
|2||Empire Field||27,528||Vancouver||British Columbia||BC Lions (2010-2011), Vancouver Whitecaps FC (2011)||2011||2011||A temporary stadium that served as the home of the BC Lions and Vancouver Whitecaps during major renovations to BC Place|
|3||Mosaic Stadium at Taylor Field||33,427||Regina||Saskatchewan||Saskatchewan Roughriders, Regina Rams, Regina Thunder, Regina High School Football. Regina Riot||2016||Replaced by Mosaic Stadium|
|4||Autostade||33,172||Montreal||Quebec||Montreal Alouettes (1968–1971, 1973-1976)|
|5||Empire Stadium||32,729||Vancouver||British Columbia||BC Lions (1954–1982), Vancouver Whitecaps (1974–1983), Vancouver Royals (1967–1968)||1993||1993|
|6||Ivor Wynne Stadium||29,600||Hamilton||Ontario||Hamilton Tiger-Cats (1950-2012), Hamilton Wildcats (1941-49), Hamilton Minor Football Association, McMaster Maurauders (2005-2007), Vanier Cup (2004-2005, 2008)||2012||2012-2013|
|7||Canad Inns Stadium||29,533||Winnipeg||Manitoba||Winnipeg Blue Bombers (1953-2012), Winnipeg Goldeyes (1953-1964, 1969), Winnipeg Whips (1970-1971), Winnipeg Fury (1987-1992), Winnipeg Goldeyes (1994-1998), Winnipeg Rifles (2002-2012)||2013||2013|
|8||Varsity Stadium (original)||21,739||Toronto||Ontario||Varsity Blues (1898-2001), Toronto City (1967), Toronto Falcons, Toronto Metros, Toronto Lynx, Vanier Cup (1965-1972, 1976-1988), Toronto Argonauts (1898-1907, 1916-1924, 1925-1958)||2001||2001|
|9=||Clarke Stadium (original)||20,000||Edmonton||Alberta||Edmonton Eskimos (1954-1978), Edmonton Drillers (1982), Edmonton Brickmen||2001||2013|
|9=||Delorimier Stadium||20,000||Montreal||Quebec||Montreal Royals (1928-1960), Montreal Alouettes (1946-1953)||1960||1965|
|11||Hamilton Amateur Athletic Association Grounds||12,000||Hamilton||Ontario||Hamilton Tigers (1872-1949)||The field is still used, but the stadium was demolished|
|12||Mewata Stadium||10,000||Calgary||Alberta||Calgary Stampeders (1935-1959), Calgary Kickers (1987–1989), Canada men's national under-23 team||1999||1999|
|13||Osborne Stadium||7,800||Winnipeg||Alberta||Winnipeg Blue Bombers 1935-1952||1952||1956|
|14||Athletic Park||6,000||Vancouver||British Columbia||Vancouver Beavers (1913-1922), Vancouver Capilanos (1939-1950), UBC Thunderbirds (1924-1930)||1951||1951|
|15||Brian Timmis Stadium||5,000||Hamilton||Ontario||Hamilton Avalanche||2012||2013|
|16=||Callister Park||5,000||Vancouver||British Columbia||Pacific Coast Soccer League, Vancouver Maple Leafs Western International Baseball League (1937-1938)||1970||1971|
|16=||Huskies Stadium||5,000||Halifax||Nova Scotia||Saint Mary's Huskies||2013||2013||Was expandable to 11,000|
|18||Rosedale Field||4,000||Toronto||Ontario||Toronto Argonauts (1874-1897, 1905-1915)||Capacity could exceed 10,000 with standing room; The field is still used for soccer, but the stadium was demolished|
- List of Major League Soccer stadiums
- List of Canadian Football League stadiums
- List of stadiums in Canada
- List of indoor arenas in Canada
- List of association football stadiums by capacity
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