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Tim Hortons Field, Hamilton

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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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  • I thoroughly enjoyed my first football game and my first visit to Tim Horton's Field! It was so much fun -- we had great seats, the stadium food was good and the fans were great! Can't wait to go agai...  more »
  • Had a great experience watching the Tiger Cats vs Argos game on September 30, 2017. Although I would have preferred a different outcome (the Cats ended up losing the game in overtime), I had a great t...  more »
  • Cold Saturday night in September watching a game so went looking for a Timmies hot chocolate, asked a confession stand employee and was told there was only one Tim's stand in the entire stadium? The l...  more »
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  • Great atmosphere, lots of food options in multiple locations so no matter where your seats are, there are options. Good selection of drinks too! Beer wine and ciders at prices you would expect from a sports stadium. Before tiger cat games there are tailgates which alow you to bring your own alcoholic drinks and food, which is an amazing experience. 20$ to park in the tailgate and you can leave your car over night if you need. I think they look the gates around 1pm or so on the parking. you might need to purchase tickets before hand too
  • Had a horrible experience. I am a disabled man in a power chair with a service dog. I went to my first football game this last season with a foundation that i volunteer with. It was amazing that they asked us on to the field to help with oh Canada. It was great that they loved my service dog.... It was cool that they told me about how my power chair could move on the field so it didn't distroy their very expensive fake grass.... But when they decided to not tell me about the tons of fireworks going off around 50 feet way from us.... It distroyed almost 2 years of training for my very expensive service dog. My service dog was not trained for war zone work..... She was trained for depression, medicine reminder, and mobility assistance. Thanks to Tim Horton field not telling me or announce that there was going to be fire works(it is city by law that they must). There was a family with us that had autism children that had to leave but my very expensive service dog was damaged to the point where she couldn't even go out side for over 2 weeks because every loud sound scared the hell out of her. After trying to work with the stadium and the club nothing has been done. But me out another 10,000- 20,000 bucks. Thanks for not obeying the by law for pyrotechnics and making my life a living hell. So FAIR WARNING TO ALL WITH SERVICE ANIMALS MAKE SURE YOUR ANIMALS ARE TRAINED FOR WAR ZONE WORK BEFORE COMING HERE. BECAUSE THE NICE TRIP COST ME MORE THEN THE FREE TICKET TO THE SEAT I COULDN'T EVEN SIT IN.
  • The tickets we bought didn't have elevator access. My father has a very hard time with stairs. I went to speak with guest services to try and upgrade my tickets so my dad could get to his seat. They gave me tickets to help accommodate him. In reality it's my own fault for not thinking and making sure he could access the seats. They gave him great seats and he loved the game. (Even though the Cats lost). I'm thankful for the great service.
  • For a Tim Hortons field you would think it would have better options from Tim's. I don't drink coffee and couldn't even get a hot chocolate. Wanted something warm considering it was cold outside. Different lines for everything. At least the cats won that game
  • We attended a Hamilton Ti-Cats vs. Ottawa Red Blacks tonight at Tim Hortons Field. Parking was ample, the ticket checkers, security and all the support staff were extremely attentive and helpful and always had a smile on their face, which sadly is not the case with most places I go to recently. The seating was great with plenty of legroom. Even during half time I waited no longer than 4 minutes in line for beer and food. This was my first time at the Tim Hortons Field but will nor be my last.

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Along Lakeshore Road, which straddles the lake and borders the city center and the pleasant Spencer Smith Park, you can choose from a handful of pleasant mid-range hotels offering all the basic amenities. If you're just transiting through Burlington or looking for a convenient location from which to commute to nearby Hamilton, go north of the center to Queen Elizabeth Way. Here, you'll find a collection of standards motels and motor inns providing a comfortable night's sleep.
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