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TD Place Stadium, Ottawa

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TD Place is Ottawa’s top urban sports and entertainment destination in the heart of Lansdowne, which features a spectacular 24,000 seat outdoor stadium and refurbished 10,000 seat indoor arena. Home of the CFL's Ottawa REDBLACKS, the USL’s Ottawa Fury FC, and the OHL's Ottawa 67’s, TD Place is proud to host the biggest fan base in the country. A leading venue in the nation’s capital, it stages a variety of headlining performances and international sporting competitions all year-round. TD Place is surrounded by several restaurants, shops, services and community spaces, making it a favourite among locals and visitors alike.

Phone: 1-844-326-4636

Text: 613-777-6759

E-mail: info@tdplace.ca
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  • Formerly and commonly referred to as Lansdowne Park, this 2-year old sports facility is home to a professional football team, the Ottawa Redblacks, a professional soccer team, the Ottawa Fury and is a...  more »
  • We went to TD Place Stadium for the Grey Cup in 2017. What a fantastic experience. It was so easy to get around and access food and beverages. A very clean place as well. From what I experienced it is...  more »
  • We went to TD Place Stadium for the Grey Cup in 2017. This was probably the biggest event of the year, so we didn't stand in the long lines for food. Hubby had to wait only about 4 minutes in the Mill...  more »
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  • Large, pretty stadium! The main level has a wide variety of food and drink, and it's heated! Be warned: if you have double letter seats, get your alcohol or snacks before you scale the stairs! The higher floor has one snack stand per side and two alcohol stalls. It's also not heated, but is covered. During the Grey Cup, there was a line the length of the stadium to get snacks anterior only the first quarter!
  • Was there for the NHL 100 Classic outdoor game between Ottawa and Montreal. Living in the west end, TD Place is not convenient. No parking available - we lucked out and got amazingly close in the surrounding neighbourhood - 2 min walk. Many restaurant choices, but obviously not enough for the masses of people given the outrageous lineups at every location and it was a cold night to be standing outside before sitting outside for a long time! Despite relatively good seats, at outrageous price, it was a terrible location for a hockey game - too far away from the rink to see well enough. Others were too low down to see. And it was simply too cold. Terrible washrooms. Uncomfortable seats. I'll take the CTC and its problems any day.
  • Architecture of South side is still catches my eye each time. STADIUM: PROS:North sire benefits from well laid out vertical circulation and covered roof for rain CONS :Typically stadium seating, not very comfortable, typical stadium food markups and typical limited selection especially vegetarian options. ARENA: Pros:due to small size not many bad seats in the building, more comfortable seating than stadium No substantial cons
  • So many choices for restaurants and shops. Come a couple of hours before a game if you want a table. In warm weather there are many outdoor options and live music. Underground parking is very convenient. Many shops offer a discount on parking.
  • This arena/stadium is really fun to go to. Plan ahead and arrange transportation. Driving is hell after games and is usually a far walk from the building. Lots of restaurants to pre game eat/drink.

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For the best access to restaurants and shops, stay in the historic central neighborhood of ByWard Market, where you can choose from a range of comfortable hotels. Options also abound just south of the canal in Centretown, where you can enjoy easy access to the best attractions in Ottawa. You can explore the city's diverse heritage by staying in one of its many cultural hubs--Chinatown, Little Italy, and Quartier Vanier offer a distinctive taste of China, Italy, and France respectively.
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