At the heart of the RRI is the construction of a world-class sports and entertainment venue.
The new home of many community sports organizations and the Saskatchewan Roughriders.
July 15, 2016
Test Game October 1
On Saturday, October 1 the U of R Rams will play the U of S Huskies for the first time in Regina’s new Mosaic Stadium. But it won’t be just another game. We plan to use the occasion to conduct a number of operational tests on the facility – and your participation is needed. We’ll be testing traffic and pedestrian flow, parking, concessions, security, etc. These are important tests to help ensure the best experience possible once the stadium officially opens next summer.
The 33,000-seat open-air facility will be a comfortable home for the Saskatchewan Roughriders and local sports teams, along with their fans. The stadium will feature expandable seating and the option to add a roof at a later date. With enviable amenities and state-of-the-art features, this new stadium will attract world-class sports, concerts and events.
Then Now & Future
For more than 100 years, Taylor Field has been the destination for sports fans across Saskatchewan. Countless interceptions, completions and touchdowns have been thrown here by professional and amateur quarterbacks. Mosaic Stadium’s age has brought with it a long list of problems, and the time for a new stadium has come.
Mosaic Stadium at Taylor Field has a rich past in Regina, and as the Taylor Field Neighbourhood its memory will live on for generations.
Working with the Government of Saskatchewan and the Roughriders, the vision for a new stadium has evolved into a plan that makes sense for Regina. This community facility will bring the maximum benefit with a minimum cost to taxpayers. The foundation for this generational project has been laid, and itâ€™s time to get to work.