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Old September 3rd, 2015, 01:44 AM   #4261
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Lol, not in a million years...
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Old September 4th, 2015, 08:24 AM   #4262
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My take on a potential bid .. and I think a lot more realistic..
I think 10 stadia is all that is needed. BMO Field in Toronto can be a back up if Halifax or expanded Tim Horton's doesn't work out for whatever reason
The key though for this bid is a new 80,000 seat stadium in Toronto. This bid does not work if there is no new stadium to host the final in Toronto.

TORONTO - New Centerpiece Stadium (80,000) Opening Match, Group Stage, Round of 16, Quarter Final, Final
MONTREAL - New Stadium at the site of Olympic Stadium (70,000) Group Stage, Round of 16, Semi Final
REGINA - New Mosaic Stadium (40,000) Group Stage, Round 16
OTTAWA - Renovated/Upgraded TD Place Stadium (45,000) Group Stage, Round of 16, Quarter Final
HALIFAX - New Stadium (38,000) Group Stage
HAMILTON - Renovated/Upgraded Tim Horton's Field (40,000) Group Stage
WINNIPEG - Renovated/Upgraded Investors Group Field (40,000) Grroup Stage, Round of 16
CALGARY - New Stadium at the site of Mcmahon Stadium (50,000) Group Stage, Round of 16, Quarter Final
EDMONTON - Renovated/Upgraded Commonwealth Stadium (60,000) Group Stage, Round of 16, Semi Final
VANCOUVER - BC Place (54,000) Group Stage, Round of 16, Quarter Final
TORONTO - Renovated/Upgraded BMO Field (40,000) Group Stage (Back up stadium)
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Old September 4th, 2015, 10:41 AM   #4263
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My take on a potential bid .. and I think a lot more realistic..
I think 10 stadia is all that is needed. BMO Field in Toronto can be a back up if Halifax or expanded Tim Horton's doesn't work out for whatever reason
The key though for this bid is a new 80,000 seat stadium in Toronto. This bid does not work if there is no new stadium to host the final in Toronto.

TORONTO - New Centerpiece Stadium (80,000) Opening Match, Group Stage, Round of 16, Quarter Final, Final
MONTREAL - New Stadium at the site of Olympic Stadium (70,000) Group Stage, Round of 16, Semi Final
REGINA - New Mosaic Stadium (40,000) Group Stage, Round 16
OTTAWA - Renovated/Upgraded TD Place Stadium (45,000) Group Stage, Round of 16, Quarter Final
HALIFAX - New Stadium (38,000) Group Stage
HAMILTON - Renovated/Upgraded Tim Horton's Field (40,000) Group Stage
WINNIPEG - Renovated/Upgraded Investors Group Field (40,000) Grroup Stage, Round of 16
CALGARY - New Stadium at the site of Mcmahon Stadium (50,000) Group Stage, Round of 16, Quarter Final
EDMONTON - Renovated/Upgraded Commonwealth Stadium (60,000) Group Stage, Round of 16, Semi Final
VANCOUVER - BC Place (54,000) Group Stage, Round of 16, Quarter Final
TORONTO - Renovated/Upgraded BMO Field (40,000) Group Stage (Back up stadium)
FIFA won't do another USA. Now they look for World Cups to leave legacy, and for Canada it will have no legacy if all they use is Canadian football stadiums. World Cups in the future will have outrageous price tags and even in the future if USA wants the bid, they will be forced to build new football-specific stadiums which can have the capacity reduced after the WC and leave a legacy, for example imagine a football specific 60k stadium in Seattle.
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Old September 10th, 2015, 04:09 AM   #4264
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FIFA won't do another USA. Now they look for World Cups to leave legacy, and for Canada it will have no legacy if all they use is Canadian football stadiums. World Cups in the future will have outrageous price tags and even in the future if USA wants the bid, they will be forced to build new football-specific stadiums which can have the capacity reduced after the WC and leave a legacy, for example imagine a football specific 60k stadium in Seattle.
Legacy??!!
Is that what you are calling Qatar?!!!

Canada is a new market for them and being close to USA would have benefits
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Old September 11th, 2015, 12:31 AM   #4265
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Any updates about the future home of the Oilers?
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Old September 11th, 2015, 01:35 AM   #4266
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Any updates about the future home of the Oilers?
It has it's own thread here.
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Old October 23rd, 2015, 03:32 PM   #4267
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Sens owner Eugene Melnyk wants to play an outdoor game in Ottawa beside Parliament Hill in 2017 using a temporary stadium - I have to admit that would look pretty cool.

http://www.tsn.ca/melnyk-confirms-se...-hill-1.381261

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Old October 27th, 2015, 12:54 PM   #4268
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My take on a potential bid .. and I think a lot more realistic..
I think 10 stadia is all that is needed. BMO Field in Toronto can be a back up if Halifax or expanded Tim Horton's doesn't work out for whatever reason
The key though for this bid is a new 80,000 seat stadium in Toronto. This bid does not work if there is no new stadium to host the final in Toronto.

TORONTO - New Centerpiece Stadium (80,000) Opening Match, Group Stage, Round of 16, Quarter Final, Final
MONTREAL - New Stadium at the site of Olympic Stadium (70,000) Group Stage, Round of 16, Semi Final
REGINA - New Mosaic Stadium (40,000) Group Stage, Round 16
OTTAWA - Renovated/Upgraded TD Place Stadium (45,000) Group Stage, Round of 16, Quarter Final
HALIFAX - New Stadium (38,000) Group Stage
HAMILTON - Renovated/Upgraded Tim Horton's Field (40,000) Group Stage
WINNIPEG - Renovated/Upgraded Investors Group Field (40,000) Grroup Stage, Round of 16
CALGARY - New Stadium at the site of Mcmahon Stadium (50,000) Group Stage, Round of 16, Quarter Final
EDMONTON - Renovated/Upgraded Commonwealth Stadium (60,000) Group Stage, Round of 16, Semi Final
VANCOUVER - BC Place (54,000) Group Stage, Round of 16, Quarter Final
TORONTO - Renovated/Upgraded BMO Field (40,000) Group Stage (Back up stadium)
Montreal won't want to build any new stadium. I'd expect a mere redeveloped bowl, especially the lower part. The video screens/scoreboard needs to go. Add a new proper working retractable roof a la Vancouver's BC Place Stadium with a hanging video board. Forget about baseball configuration for good.

Calgary's McMahon could be upgraded, there's no need for replacement, especially after the major 1988 Winter Olympic upgrades. Just make it all individual seater to 50,000+.

Could Moncton work? Expand the stadium there, even if you want to keep the track.

Quebec City would be a must. A historic city, which would warrant a new stadium.
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Old October 27th, 2015, 02:39 PM   #4269
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Montreal won't want to build any new stadium. I'd expect a mere redeveloped bowl, especially the lower part. The video screens/scoreboard needs to go. Add a new proper working retractable roof a la Vancouver's BC Place Stadium with a hanging video board. Forget about baseball configuration for good.

Calgary's McMahon could be upgraded, there's no need for replacement, especially after the major 1988 Winter Olympic upgrades. Just make it all individual seater to 50,000+.

Could Moncton work? Expand the stadium there, even if you want to keep the track.

Quebec City would be a must. A historic city, which would warrant a new stadium.
Calgary won't spend one dime on renovating McMahon. It is now the worst stadium in the CFL and no amount of money can save it. Lipstick on a pig....
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Old October 28th, 2015, 12:56 PM   #4270
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Montreal won't want to build any new stadium. I'd expect a mere redeveloped bowl, especially the lower part. The video screens/scoreboard needs to go. Add a new proper working retractable roof a la Vancouver's BC Place Stadium with a hanging video board. Forget about baseball configuration for good.
Yeah I highly doubt that's going to happen. The Big O is in such a sad state that it appears it would be more economically feasible to just build a new stadium then to repair the old one.
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Old October 29th, 2015, 04:40 AM   #4271
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Montreal won't want to build any new stadium. I'd expect a mere redeveloped bowl, especially the lower part. The video screens/scoreboard needs to go. Add a new proper working retractable roof a la Vancouver's BC Place Stadium with a hanging video board. Forget about baseball configuration for good.

Calgary's McMahon could be upgraded, there's no need for replacement, especially after the major 1988 Winter Olympic upgrades. Just make it all individual seater to 50,000+.

Could Moncton work? Expand the stadium there, even if you want to keep the track.

Quebec City would be a must. A historic city, which would warrant a new stadium.
We wouldn't even pay for real grass for the Women's World Cup and you expect us to build new stadiums for a soccer tournament? Never going to happen. We have much greater needs for billions of taxpayer dollars. Let them hold the Cup down in the states and let them pay for the bill, while we go down and enjoy world class soccer. What do we have to prove by hosting the Cup? What are we trying to do, join the cool kids table?
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