Whenever there's a big football or soccer game to be played in Ottawa, you know that you are going to have to get Frank Clair Stadium tickets to see it live. This is an excellent place to catch a sporting event, but it has also hosted musical acts like The Rolling Stones, David Bowie, George Thorogood and Pink Floyd.
Frank Clair was the longtime coach of the Ottawa Rough Riders during the 1960s and 70s. Before the stadium was named in honor of him the venue was called Lansdowne Park. The Frank Clair Stadium seating chart is available for you to view prior to getting your tickets. You'll notice that the North side of the stadium contains a second tier of grandstand seats, while the South side does not. The maximum capacity when both sides are filled is approximately 30,100.
Frank Clair Stadium was the home of the Ottawa Rough Riders from 1908-1996, and then the home of the Ottawa Renegades from 2002 to 2005. Football games here are fun and exciting, and local traditions, like the North side-South side rivalry make the games a unique and exhilarating experience.