Supporter Experience

Supporter Experience

Whether you’re standing at pitch level or sitting in Swangard’s covered grandstands, we commit to an unparalleled fan experience.

Young supporters and families have the opportunity to witness professional soccer up close: from approachable players and pre-game soccer festivals to supporter events, there will be something for everyone. Meet players, join player clinics, have your team take part in a sponsored practice.

Best of all, you’ll be watching local, BC-raised soccer players reach for – and achieve – their dreams.

Location – Swangard Stadium 

We play all home matches at Swangard Stadium, with a seating capacity of 4,500 in our grandstand seats.

Centrally located in British Columbia’s Lower Mainland, Swangard Stadium is situated in the northwest corner of Burnaby’s Central Park. It is easily accessible by car and public transportation (bus and Skytrain).

Arriving by SkyTrain
Exit at Patterson Street Station, follow path heading west to Swangard Stadium.

Arriving by Car
Parking is available (360 spots) either at the parking lot at Boundary Road and 47th Avenue or the east lot accessed from Kingsway.

» Fully accessible by wheelchair and is equipped with parking, viewing and washrooms for people with disabilities.

Field

Swangard Stadium’s features a natural grass field.

Concession

There are several food and beverage options, and our facility is licensed on match days

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