Spending a full day or weekend in Wolfville is well worth your time during late summer or early fall. A wide range of sights, sounds, and activities fulfill all the senses for you and your loved ones to enjoy. Implementing a football game at Raymond Field to your agenda will satisfy any sports fan knowing how consistently competitive the team is. Overall, the fan experience is simple, welcoming, enjoyable, and not at all overwhelming…just like the town of Wolfville.
After several months of rumors and much anticipation, the growing city of Halifax, Nova Scotia will be home to another professional sports franchise. The National Lacrosse League (NLL) recently announced the Rochester Knighthawks will relocate to the Maritime region commencing the 2019-2020 season. “Known as a great events city with a passionate, loyal, and hungry fan base for major league sports, Halifax proved to be an ideal location for our league’s expansion in Canada,” explained NLL Commissioner Nick Sakiewicz.
Whether you’re a fair weather fan or a die-hard soccer supporter, Stade Saputo has activities and attractions above and beyond a typical soccer stadium. This review was written in the second year of the stadium’s five-year plan to improve fan experience. It’s intriguing to know what further enhancements will be made, when witnessing a match at Stade Saputo is already top tier.
Earlier this week, the 2019 Memorial Cup Site Selection Committee announced Halifax, Nova Scotia will be hosting the 101st edition of the Canadian Hockey League (CHL) tournament. The annual four-team round-robin type tournament is comprised of the host city and champions of the Western Hockey League (WHL), Ontario Hockey League (OHL), and Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL), to determine the best team of Canadian junior hockey. Halifax’s bid was selected over Moncton, New Brunswick, who is scheduled to open a new $100-millon arena this summer.
Saint Mary’s University recently announced approval to construct a state-of-the-art venue for the Huskies men’s and women’s Atlantic University Sport (AUS) hockey teams. According to the March 26th press release, the new arena will come equipped with an NHL-sized ice rink with seating for 800 fans, plus an additional 200+ for standing room only.