Fun Facts

About Rogers Place

This city arena serves as the proud home ice for MacEwan University hockey teams, while also being designated as the official practice ice for the Edmonton Oilers and Edmonton Oil Kings. The Downtown Community Arena is utilized as rental ice for various community hockey teams, fostering a vibrant hub of ice sports and community engagement.

Rogers Place proudly holds the distinction of being the inaugural NHL facility in Canada to receive LEED-Silver certification (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design. This distinguished certification is a result of visionary environmental initiatives, including the incorporation of locally sourced materials and resources throughout the construction process of Rogers Place.

In partnership with the NHL, Rogers Place participates in the Rock and Wrap It Up Program, an initiative that ensures prepared but unserved food from events finds its way to Edmonton’s Food Bank. Through this meaningful collaboration, Rogers Place actively contributes to reducing food waste and making a positive impact on the community it serves.


Rogers Place encompasses 819,200 square feet with seven separate levels. The innovative design of Rogers Place provides 18,500 seats for NHL games, 20,030 seats for concerts and centre stage events. The height of Rogers Place is 141 feet and contains 9,000 tonnes of structural steel and 24,000m3 of structural concrete.

Rogers Place features a vast array of amenities including, but not limited to, the following:

  • Extra-wide 360 degree concourses
    • Over 1,200 TV screens, including game coverage in all Suites, clubs and concourses
    • The largest true high-definition center-hung scoreboard in the NHL
    • A variety of video walls located throughout the concourses and Ford Hall
    • Access to Wi-Fi in all clubs, concourses and the seating bowl
    • An elevated food and beverage experience for all fans
    • Three retail stores and numerous retail kiosks
    • A post-game coaches interview room viewable from 104 Ave
    • First LEED-Silver certified NHL facility in Canada

Rogers Place offers a wide variety of seating options for Fans. The 18,500-seat arena has over 9,300 lower bowl seats and 6,800 upper bowl seats to keep Fans close to the action. There are numerous seating and entertainment options for every Fan’s taste. Seating options include:

  • 3,100 Club Seats
  • 57 Suites
  • 24 Theatre Boxes
  • 300 Loge Ledge Seats
  • 136 Loge Tables
  • 248 O–Zone Seats
  • 500 Drink Rail Seats

Seats at Rogers Place vary in size. Seats will be between approximately 19” to 22” in width.

  • Upper and Lower Bowl Seats – 19”
  • Club Seats – 21”
  • O-Zone Seats – 22”
  • Sportsnet Club – 22”
  • Sky Lounge – 22”

Technology is at the heart of every Rogers Place game and event presentation. There is access to complimentary Wi-Fi in all clubs, concourses, and seating areas. Rogers Place has the largest true high-definition centre-hung scoreboard in the NHL. There are over 1,200 TV screens, including game coverage in all Suites, clubs and concourses.