Kitchener-Waterloo, Cambridge, and Guelph Competitive Sports
Hamilton has some great opportunities to watch somebody ELSE sweat it out, with some top-level competitive athletes.
In the Kitchener-Waterloo area there are two teams in the Intercounty Baseball League:
Lucas Oil Flamboro Speedway
Take Highway 6 north to Milgrove, 5.5 km west on Millgrove Rd (not Milgrove Side Road)
Lucas Oil Flamboro Speedway was established in 1961 making it one of Canada's longest running stock car tracks. It has one of the largest seating capacities in Ontario, with grandstands positioned on the north straightaway, shielded by a safety wall and fence, and provide fans with an unobstructed view of all the racing action.
McMaster University Marauders
905-525-9140 ext. 24663
1280 Main Street West
Hamilton, Ontario, L8S 4K1
McMaster University hosts sporting events in 24 sports, with both men and women competing, from September to March.
(905) 527-2287 (CATS)
Ivor Wyne Stadium
75 Balsam Ave, Hamilton, ON L8L-8C1
Come out to historic 28,830 seat Ivor Wynne Stadium and watch 15 time Grey Cup Champion Hamilton Tiger-Cats take on the very best of the Canadian Football League. Game-day tickets start as low as $15.
Hamilton Steel City Ironman
Sackville Hill Park (Upper Wentworth Street at Mohawk Road)
The Steel City Ironman is junior Football Club that play in central Ontario. They provide the opportunity for area football players 19 and under to develop their skill, with an objective of advancement to University or College. The Ironmans play their home games at Ivor Wynn Stadium.
Copps Colisem, Box Office located on York Blvd by Main Entrance
The Hamilton Bulldog Hockey Club is a member of the American Hockey League, and solely affiliated with the storied Montreal Canadians. Locally owned and in its 10th season in Hamilton, the Bulldogs not only offer great professional hockey, but also an all-round entertainment package - Major League Entertainment at Minor League Prices.
Hamilton Red Wings
25 Hester St. (at Upper JamesSt)
Hamilton, ON, L3P 3K8
Hamilton's team in the Provincial Junior "A" OHA Hockey League. All home games start at 7:30.
967 Highway #5 west, between highways 6 and 8
Set on 220 acres Flamboro Downs has been holding races since 1975. Live evening racing and dining is available in The Top O' The Turn Dining Room with its spectacular, panoramic view of Canada's fastest half-mile track. Races are held five days a week every Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, & Saturday at 4 P.M. and every Sunday starting at either 4 P.M. or 6 P.M.
Hamilton Thunder Soccer Club
Brian Timmis Stadium
75 Balsam Street, Hamilton, ON,
Mailing: 77 James St. N, Hamilton City Center,
Hamilton, ON L8R 2K3
The Hamilton Thunder Soccer Club is a member of the Canadian Professional Soccer League (CPSL). The club has been in existence since 2001, with the first competitive game being played in 2002. In 2004 the Thunder retained its title as Western Division Champions for the second consecutive year.