Saputo Stadium

Montreal's professional soccer stadium, nestled in the Olympic Park, symbolizes sporting excellence. Inaugurated on May 19, 2008, it's the beloved home of CF Montréal, formerly the Montreal Impact in the USL. Broccolini undertook construction in June 2007, in collaboration with the Société de développement et de mise en valeur du Parc olympique, formerly known as the Régie des installations olympiques (RIO).

Preparing for its entry into the Major League Soccer (MLS), CF Montréal required a larger venue. Broccolini answered this call in June 2011, expanding the stadium to accommodate 20,000 fans, introducing 21 corporate boxes, a partial roof, and innovative bleachers. Crucially, these modifications adhered to city and RIO regulations, preserving views of the iconic Olympic Stadium.

Despite challenges such as tight deadlines and maintaining functionality during renovations, Broccolini's dedication prevailed. Over 1,150 tons of steel and 4,000 cubic meters of concrete were used to complete the project by June 2012.

In the words of Joey Saputo, "The Montreal Impact is a professional soccer club. For us, what was important was to have our own soccer-specific stadium. And when I had this project, which to me was a dream, I went to see the Broccolini’s." This partnership stands as a testament to vision and collaboration in sports infrastructure.

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4750 Rue Sherbrooke Est, Montreal, Québec

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Building Area:

100,000 sq.ft.