Tim Hortons Field History
The residents of Hamilton, Ontario have long been awaiting the opening of Tim Hortons
Field which has become the new home of the Hamilton Tiger-Cats of the Canadian Football League since the start of the 2014
season. The multi-purpose stadium was built as a replacement of Ivor Wynne Stadium and will be one of the most state of the
art sporting venues in all of North America. The past two seasons the Tiger-Cats played at Ron Joyce Stadium while waiting
for Tim Hortons Field to open and the entire 2014 season will be a celebration of the new stadium. Whether or not you are
a big Tiger-Cats fan you will definitely want to be a part of the venue's inaugural season as the Tiger-Cats begin a new chapter
in their long and storied history.
Tim Hortons Field Events
Football fans have been clamoring for tickets
to check out the new Tim Hortons Field and the Hamilton Tiger-Cats will certainly give them plenty to cheer for as the 2014
CFL season heats up. Once again the Tiger-Cats will have home games against all of their biggest rivals this season including
the Toronto Argonauts, the Saskatchewan Roughriders, the Edmonton Eskimos, the BC Lions, the Ottawa Redblacks, and the Montreal
Alouettes. Concerts will also be a big part of the schedule at Tim Hortons Field with musical acts like Darius Rucker and
Keith Urban already lined up to put on an unforgettable show at the sparkling new venue. In 2015 international soccer will
come to Tim Hortons Field in the form of the 2015 Pan American Games.
Tim Hortons Field
is located in Hamilton, Ontario which is a bustling port city located on the west side of Lake Ontario. As the ninth largest
city in all of Canada, Hamilton offers residents and visitors plenty to do from taking in a CFL game courtesy of the Hamilton
Tiger-Cats to exploring the Bruce Trail or visiting the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum or the Royal Botanical Gardens.
In recent years Hamilton has garnered well-deserved attention for its rapidly expanding arts scene which consists of independent
film production companies, several recording studios, and numerous art galleries. Museum lovers can certainly get their fill
during a trip to Hamilton with the ability to visit the McMaster Museum of Art, the Art Gallery of Hamilton, and the Canadian
Football Hall of Fame, among several other prime destinations. The distinguished Hamilton theater scene also provides plenty
of entertainment options for lovers of the performing arts.
Tim Hortons Field Seating Layout
room for up to 24,000 fans for Hamilton Tiger-Cats home games at Tim Hortons Field while concerts and other special events,
including the Grey Cup, can hold up to 40,000 people. One visit to the brand new state of the art stadium will surely have
you eagerly awaiting your next opportunity to attend a game at Tim Hortons Field.
Tim Hortons Field
was built on the site of the Hamilton Tiger-Cats previous home Ivor Wynne Stadium, forcing the Tiger-Cats to temporarily relocate
to Ron Joyce Stadium while Tim Hortons Field was being built.