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Olympic Stadium

(Home of former Montreal Expos team, now Washington Nationals)

 

Montreal, Quebec

Tenants: Montreal Expos (MLB) (1977–2004)


Opened:
July 17, 1976 (Olympics) April 15, 1977 (Baseball)
Surface: Team Pro EF RD (Soccer; 2007–Present)
Capacity:
Baseball: 43,739 / Football: 66,308

 

Architects: Roger Taillibert
Owner: Régie des Installations Olympiques (Government of Quebec)
Construction Cost: C$ 770 Million

Location: 4545 Pierre de Coubertin Avenue, Montreal, Quebec H1V 3N7

Dimensions:

Foul Lines: 325 Feet (99m)   

Center Field: 404 Feet

Backstop: 53 Feet

The Montreal Expos were a Major League Baseball team located in Montreal, Quebec from 1969 through 2004, holding the first MLB franchise awarded outside the United States. After the 2004 season, MLB moved the Expos to Washington, D.C. and renamed them the Washington Nationals.

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