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Centennial Park Stadium

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Subject: Serbian White Eagles FC, SC Toronto, Toronto sports, List of stadiums in Canada, Etobicoke
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Centennial Park Stadium

Centennial Park Stadium
Centennial Stadium
Full name Centennial Park Stadium
Location Etobicoke, Ontario
Owner City of Toronto
Capacity 2,200
Built 1975
Opened 1975
Etobicoke Eagles (2009–present)
Toronto Lynx (2002–present)
Serbian White Eagles (1975–1980, 2006–present)
Toronto Supra Portuguese (2001–2007)
Toronto Lady Lynx (1997–present)

The Centennial Park Stadium is a 2,200 seat capacity stadium in the Toronto suburb of Etobicoke, Ontario, that is primarily used for soccer, track and field, football and occasionally for kabbadi. It is located within Centennial Park (Toronto). The park is also used for the ROPSSAA football finals and the PSAA (Private Schools Athletic Association) on the first Monday of May for am annual Track and Field Meet.

It hosts the Relay For Life in Toronto West event each June, a fundraiser for the Canadian Cancer Society.

It is located just south of Lester B. Pearson International Airport and near the intersection of Rathburn Road and Renforth Drive. It was built in 1975. The stadium hosted some sporting events of the 1976 Paralympic Games as well as the closing ceremony.

The stadium is home to the Toronto Lynx soccer clubs (mens and ladies).

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