Commonwealth Stadium - Edmonton Alberta Canada
Located in Edmonton, the capital city of Alberta, Commonwealth Stadium is the venue for the Barclays Churchill Cup finals. Familiar with intense competition Commonwealth is the home of the Canadian Football League's Edmonton Eskimos. During the halftime break of an Eskimos football game in 2003, the Canadian Seven's squad put on a display of rugby to impress the crowd. For the Barclays Churchill Cup finals it is anticipated the lower bowl of the stadium will be filled to capacity with 25,000 excited rugby fans.
Built to host the 1978 Commonwealth Games, Commonwealth Stadium is conveniently situated less then one mile from downtown Edmonton, Alberta. Seating over 65,000 people, Commonwealth remains the only major sporting facility in Canada with natural turf, and remains one of the premier playing surfaces in North America. Playing on natural turf is a must for rugby, making Edmonton the ideal location to host international rugby matches.
Home to the Edmonton Eskimos Canadian Football (CFL) Team, Commonwealth Stadium is no stranger to world class events; 1978 Commonwealth Games, 1984 Grey Cup CFL's Championship, 1983 World University Games, 1994 World Cup soccer match between Canada and Brazil, 2001 World Track and Field Championships and in 2004/2005 the stadium hosted the Churchill Cup, and will continue to do so through 2007.
All sections are Non-Smoking. Smoking is allowed on the concourse level only.
Section C in lower deck is Non-Alcohol (for Edmonton Eskimos games only.)
Double letter sections in lower deck are bench seating.
Home bench is on west side (for Edmonton Eskimos games only).
Scoreboard can be seen on both ends.
Replays are broadcast on North end.
Sun sets in the West, therefore, patrons on the East side will have sun in their faces.
Depending on height, the rail may obstruct view in sections 46, 47 and 48.
Parking is available at Commonwealth Stadium in the following lots:
Lots "B", "C", VIP and the large south LRT Lot.
Charge of $6.00 in effect
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Lep/Tigers Rugby Club - www.ltrugby.ca
Welcome to the Leprechaun Tigers R.F.C., one of the premiere rugby clubs of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. This site is still under construction so you may find lnks that are not working; check back often as something new gets added each week.
The LTs are named for the 1992 merger of two of the city's proudest and most storied clubs and were bolstered by the 1996 addition of the Coven, a top women's side (see our Club History Page ).
The founding clubs' winning ways have been continued on by a new generation of club members with provincial championships for the women's 1st XV in 2000, both women's 1st and 2nd XV in 2002, and a city championship for the Men's 1st XV in 2003 (see our Results & Standings Page .
Maybe more importantly, the club has continued its founding members' traditions of having fun, playing hard, and enjoying the game. The club continually strives to use rugby to instill a strong sense of family for its members and in the community at large. As a result, numerous events take place throughout the year to encourage the social aspects of the game and because we need very limited excuse to throw a party (see our Events Page ).
The purpose of this site is for visitors and potential players to get a feel for the club and judge whether they might want to get involved. New players are always welcome and the club atmosphere is well-suited to making friends and learning the sport. Please browse the photo gallery, the complete news blog, and the events page to get a sense of what we're about and don't hesitate to contact anyone on the executive if you have any questions. Please note: The Members section is password protected and contains personal information and other LT only material.
Clansmen Rugby Club - www.clanrugby.com
We always have places for a few good men, women, and teenagers, who believe in the Rugby ethic by supporting their Club in all the essential off-the -field duties that make the successes of The Clan possible on the playing field. We need people of all ages and physical sizes who believe in maximizing their own Rugby talents and are prepared to work to reach their potential. The Clan is the place for such self motivating and elite individuals, like yerse'l. We never "Cut" players, so if you have attended training... you play.
"And ask not what the Clan can do for you................ "
St. Albert Saints Rugby Club - www.stalbertrugby.com
Our Teams: The St. Albert Rugby Football Club is home to Men's, Women's and Junior programs. For the 2004 playing season, we have teams in the following divisions:
" 1st Division - Men
" 1st Division - Women
" 2nd Division - Men
" 2nd Division - Women
" Under 21 - Men
" Under 19 - Boys
" Under 18 - girls
" Under 17 - Boys
Nor' Westers Rugby Club - www.norwesters.ab.ca
The Nor'Westers have been a formidable rugby club within the Edmonton Rugby Union for over 30 years and celebrate a tradition of success with several club players having graduated to the national team and professional levels.
The Nor'Westers have a tradition of hiring outstanding professional coaches for it's men's and women's programs including two international coaches from New Zealand and Australia for the current 2005 season.
Pirates Club - www.piratesrugby.ca/index_main.php
The Pirates are the oldest club in the Edmonton Rugby Union, established in 1953 as the Edmonton Rugby Football Club.
Strathcona Druids Rugby Club - www.druidsrugby.com