Mosaic Stadium
Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
Mosaic Stadium
Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada

Home to the Canadian Football League’s Saskatchewan Roughriders, this $278 million stadium celebrates the heritage of the province in a public-private partnership. Since the stadium’s first game on July 1, 2017, Mosaic Stadium has become an iconic feature of Regina’s skyline, as well as one of the most important civic buildings in the region.

Designed to be a catalyst for urban revitalization, an urban greenway will connect the venue to downtown Regina. Mosaic Stadium’s built-in flexibility can facilitate concerts, FIFA soccer matches and a variety of cultural and entertainment events of varied scale. The 33,000-seat capacity is expandable to 40,000 seats, allowing the stadium to be flexible and host different types of events for the city. The AGT Lounge, located at midfield, features 500 seats and an outdoor balcony that overlooks Confederation Park. The lounge is a prime location for year-round community events and activities.


Mosaic Stadium’s design is characterized by its reflection of the province and its people. The northern prairie is embodied by the building’s strong, horizontal lines and native stone base. The stadium’s roof design grew out of fluid dynamic modeling combined with the embodiment of the province’s renowned, open sky. The result mitigates snow loads, provides shade for spectators and shields patrons from fall and northwest winter winds. The roof’s design also allows cool summer breezes to flow gently through the stadium.