Spruce Meadows is a multi-purpose sports facility near Calgary, Alberta built by the Southern family which opened in 1975.The facility contains an equestrian show jumping complex that comprises 505 acres. The current president and CEO of Spruce Meadows is Linda Southern-Heathcott, a former Olympian who competed in the 1996 Atlanta Summer Games for the Canadian Olympic Team.
The facility is also the home venue of Cavalry FC of the Canadian Premier League, a soccer team owned by Spruce Meadows Sports and Entertainment. The 6,000-seat stadium, known as ATCO Field for sponsorship reasons during soccer use, is within the facility. The field was constructed in early 2019 at the site of a modified jumping field, which gained new stands to fit the rectangular soccer pitch.
Official Website https://www.sprucemeadows.com/
YouTube Channel http://www.youtube.com/sprucemeadowstv
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Address 18011 Spruce Meadows Way SW, T2J 5G5, Calgary, AB, Canada
Coordinates 50°53'16.362" N -114°6'39.495" E