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Vancouver Surrey

The Trillium Stadium
Trillium Park Vancouver


The History behind the Stadium
This 3.05 hectare site within the False Creek has undergone a major transformation through the years. Originally tidal mud flats, the area had been filled in and used as a railway in the 1930s and ultimately purchased for park purposes in the 1990s. This site underwent environmental remediation and preloading for several years prior to the beginning of park construction in 2009.

Playing Surface: Turf
Seating Capacity: 2000

Warm Up Field: Yes
On Site Parking: Yes
On Site Restrooms: Yes
Average Spring-Summer Temperature: 70 degrees F.

Stadium Location
600 National Avenue
Vancouver, BC Canada


The Trillium Stadium

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