CalgaryNEXT will be the globally recognized centrepiece of a revitalized West Village. It will enable the completion of our urban core and transform how Calgarians live, work and play. CalgaryNEXT will create a thriving and active community we all can enjoy.

Let’s work together to make CalgaryNEXT a reality.

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Stadium
Fieldhouse
Event Centre
Future Development
The Site

Stadium

Housed within the Fieldhouse

Regulation size FIFA soccer pitch and indoor, regulation size CFL football field

Modern technological features, wide concourses, ample washroom facilities and a variety of concession and seating options Fixed roof with retractable lower bowl stands to allow for 400m track space

  • The unique design of the Fieldhouse/Stadium will create a playing field that can be optimized and used for professional and international sporting events and also on a regular basis by Calgarians

Fieldhouse

Track and Field

Regulation Size FIFA soccer pitch

An indoor, regulation size CFL football field

Basketball, volleyball and badminton courts

  • 365 day facility
  • Promotes a healthy & green Calgary

The Calgary Sport Council determined that the city was deficient in gymnasia, indoor field spaces, indoor tracks, indoor ice skating arenas and multi-purpose rooms. A new Fieldhouse will begin to fulfill all those needs.

The Event Centre

The best possible sight lines for any event

Several options for restaurants and concessions, with sufficient, well-appointed restroom facilities.

Serve as home to the Flames, the Hitmen, the Roughnecks and offer space otherwise unavailable in the region to attract national and international concert tours, indoor rodeos, political, labour and business conventions.

Future Development

Pedestrian oriented, mixed use residential community adjacent to a revitalized Bow River pathway and park system

Will develop the western portion of the West Village into a vibrant live, work and play community

The Site

The Canada Creosote Company operated its wood preserving facility from 1924 to the mid-1960s on the site

Coal tar, creosote and other preservatives used to treat the lumber eventually contaminated the site

Containment measures were undertaken in the 1990s, but the site is still one of Canada’s largest urban brownfield sites