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Tim Hortons Field, Hamilton
(3.3/5 based on 75+ reviews on the web)
Tim Hortons Field is a multi-purpose stadium in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. The stadium is a Canadian football stadium that replaced Ivor Wynne Stadium and a soccer venue for the 2015 Pan American Games, which were hosted by Toronto and the surrounding Greater Golden Horseshoe region. During the Pan American Games, it was referred to as CIBC Hamilton Pan Am Soccer Stadium. The stadium opened in September 2014. Its original anticipated completion date was June 30, 2014.Stadium developmentInitial plans for the stadium were for it to be a principal Pan American stadium for soccer and track and field/athletics events. However, disputes between the Tiger-Cats owner, Bob Young, the organizers of the 2015 Pan American Games, and the City of Hamilton arose over the location of the stadium, among other things, including whether or not a running track should be built around the proposed stadium in Hamilton.In 2012, the 2015 Pan-Am organizers indicated that, due to financial constraints, they would be shifting their focus toward venues and "clusters" that could be used for multiple events, which might eliminate the need for a new stadium that would be used only for soccer, and they proposed another stadium on the campus of York University, tentatively named York Athletics Stadium, to host the track and field events. That, coupled with a scheduling process that had soccer and rugby sevens events on different days (thus opening the possibility that Toronto's BMO Field, which would house the rugby sevens contests in 2015 and might also be able to host the soccer contests), had the potential to put the Hamilton stadium project in jeopardy. Nonetheless, the Hamilton stadium project went forward as planned.
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  • This huge Stadium has multiple uses, one of which of course is that it hosts American football games and a large number of audiences
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  • Not bad for the football game but issues yet with washrooms, service at the concessions and quality of food for that price. Parking has not been resolved at this location. 
  • Most of us are use to generations of civic stadium,ivor wynn stadium of sitting out in the cold, rain, heat,and wind,all kinds of conditions so when it comes to this new stadium of ours we may have ne...  more »
  • We have sat on both sides of the field...up high, field level and near the end zones. Seats are great everywhere. Most recent visit took as a group, we had access to the Scotiabank Alliance Club. Complimentary buffet, half time snacks and private cash bar. Nicely done. But those stairs are killer for someone with a bad knee! And the elevators were slooooow. But it definitely wouldn't stop me from coming back!
  • Good site lines and a good screen for replays. They now have a Timmys open inside at reasonable prices. Unfortunately, everything else is ridiculously high priced and concession staff are very slow. Access to the lower level seats requires a climb to mid level and is a real bottleneck at the end of the game. Also, the sound system is poor and makes the 1/2 time commendation unintelligible.
  • Not a bad seat. Food is good. Easy to navigate. Screen is huge but there is no parking. Surrounding streets are not big enough. Come very early to park.
  • For this being a new stadium and the amount of money that was spent on this it's terrible. It's a new version of Ivor Wynne with 2 open air grand stands on each side. Hardly a priemere venue in Hamilton, be prepared to wait in long lines for the bathroom.
  • Blown away with the impressive new stadium! Even more impressed by the totally packed seats to see the Ti-Cats - outstanding fan support!!