Following yesterday’s 2012 Grey Cup in Toronto, here is a look at the footprints of every CFL stadium.
Last night’s 100th Grey Cup featured the Calgary Stampeders and the Toronto Argonauts in front of a capacity crowd inside the Rogers Center. While upwards of 50,000 people rammed into the stadium, it actually ranks in the middle of the pack in terms of size according to this infographic courtesy of Jswagblog.wordpress.com.
At 5.12 ha (hectares), the Rogers Center hosted the 2012 Grey Cup with more space than five other stadiums in the CFL’s nine team league.
Montreal’s Molson Stadium comes in as the smallest stadium in the league with only 2.38 ha. Ranking above Toronto’s Rogers Center are McMahon Stadium in Calgary, BC Place in Vancouver and Commonwealth Stadium in Edmonton.
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- By: Jonathon BrownNov 26, 2012