Olympic Stadium

The Montreal Impact will make its debut in Major League Soccer, playing its first games of the 2012 season at Olympic Stadium until the expansion of Stade Saputo is completed, the Impact's primary home field. 

Located a corner away from Stade Saputo, the Olympic Stadium is a viable and exciting alternative for important soccer events, including the MLS All-Star game, playoff matches or international matches in the fall or winter.

Through a privileged and unique partnership with the Régie des installations olympiques, a number of international soccer events have been presented at Olympic Stadium in the past two years, including the Impact’s quarterfinal match in the CONCACAF Champions League (attendance: 55,571) and the French Champions Trophy (attendance: 34,068). The Impact were also hosts, on a natural surface installed at Olympic Stadium, to one of the greatest clubs in the world, AC Milan, on June 2, 2010 (attendance: 47,861).

Specifications:
Address: 4545 Pierre-de-Coubertin Ave.
Capacity: 58,000 seats 
Pitch:  FIFA-approved XL synthetic turf
110 meters x 70 meters (120 yards x 77 yards)
Corporate boxes: 33 (576 seats) and a VIP Lounge (54 seats)
Parking: 6 underground parking lots, for a total of 4,000 parking places
Subway: Accessible by two stations: Viau and Pie IX