Stade IGA (IGA Stadium), the home of the Rogers Cup, also known as the Canadian Open, is a tennis venue located in Jarry Park in Montreal, Quebec. In the 1950s, the city built a training centre in the park that was used by football, soccer and baseball teams. The Montreal Expos soon began playing at Jarry Park and were there for eight years. The city decided to build new facilities on the site, and the Centre Court and several indoor courts were established at Jarry Park in 1996. Tennis Canada added 1,250 seats to Centre Court in 2001 and built the National Bank Court with 4,500 seats and four more indoor courts in 2004. In 2011, four clay courts and a press box were added to the tennis complex. The Centre Court Stadium, formerly named Stade Du Maurier, then Stade Uniprix, has been known as Stade IGA since April 2018. Today the Rogers Cup is hosted in both Montreal and Toronto, with the women's and men's teams alternating between cities each year. Stade IGA is a perfect venue for many sports, and it is ideally located in a beautiful park with a pool, fountain and many other amenities and activities. For a great family outing, buy Centre Court at Stade IGA tickets at StubHub.
What is the seating capacity?
The Centre Court at Stade IGA seating capacity is for 11,815 people.
Can I reach Stade IGA by public transportation?
Visitors can arrive at the Stade IGA via Metro from the de Castelnau station or by buses 55, 92 and 193.
Is there on-site parking at Stade IGA Centre Court?
Parking is available at the site, but it is limited and fills up fast. For those attending Centre Court at Stade IGA events, there are 600 parking spaces in the summer and 200 spaces in the winter. The parking is reserved for patrons with parking permits. Street parking is also available.
Can you tell me about the food and drink offerings at Stade IGA?
A restaurant and various food concessions are located around the stadium. Visitors can bring in food and drink; some restrictions apply. Contact the venue for details.
Are there other entertainment options near the Stade IGA Centre Court?
Jarry Park is a beautiful and well-maintained park with many trails, picnic areas, a pool and other family-friendly amenities. There is plenty to do at the park during any events you are attending at the Stade IGA. Farther out, Six Flags at La Ronde is a great place to spend a summer day on exhilarating rides. Parc Jean-Drapeau is a fun island destination, and the Montreal Botanical Garden is a peaceful oasis in the middle of this busy city. Montreal is home to many museums, gardens and amusement parks, and there is never a lack of things to do.
Is Stade IGA a wheelchair-friendly facility?
A limited number of wheelchair-accessible seats are available in in levels 200 and 300. This seating must be reserved prior to the event. There is handicapped parking on Gary-Carter Street for patrons with a valid parking permit issued by the government. The stadium has accessible elevators.Back to Top
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