Lethbridge is proud of our sporting DNA; it’s genealogy that runs back through the decades to about the time Lethbridge was founded. From a dusty downtown field known as “The Square” where gentlemen athletes introduced their British heritage to the prairie community through cricket, “football” and rugby, to the prime arenas in which our athletes now compete.
Today’s Lethbridge has cutting edge facilities ranging from the newly renovated multi purpose ENMAX Centre, to the state-of-the-art Community Sports Stadium which features include track and field facilities and an artificial sports field.
This Facility Guide gives descriptions and photos of sport facilities in Lethbridge.
Completed in 2009 the new outdoor stadium at the University of Lethbridge includes state of the art track and field facilities (400 meter oval with an eight-lane synthetic track) and an artificial sports field for football, soccer, and rugby.
The facility was built as a lasting legacy to the 1975 Canada Winter Games. Over the past 35 years, it has played host to world class concerts, annual three ring circuses, multicultural events, national curling championships, international basketball, banquets, skating events and a major WHL franchise. We are the proud home of the WHL Lethbridge Hurricanes!
Exhibition Park is a year-round, non profit community organization, supported by volunteers, that promotes agricultural, trade, tourism, and sporting events. 125,000 square feet of rental facilities, conveniently located, ample parking, multi functional facilities, meeting rooms and more, no event is too large or too small.
Home of the Kodiaks, the physical Education Complex includes the 2,200 square metre Val Matteotti Gymnasium (four volleyball courts, three basketball courts or ten badminton courts) with seating for approximately 1,700.
Located in the University of Lethbridge Phys Ed building, the pool's 50 metre (changeable) format lends itself to a range of water sports. Because of the moveable bulkhead, the pool can be configured into one, fifty metre pool, or variations of twenty-five metre format, including a diving tank.
Host facility of the Lethbridge Bulls of the Western Major Baseball league. The ballpark has a capacity of 3,000 people. Spitz Stadium, formerly known as Henderson Stadium, first opened its doors way back in 1924.