Brick Field Edmonton

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The Brick is here to help you find the right information and answer any questions. Please choose your preferred method of communication from the options below. The Edmonton Eskimos announced Wednesday a five-year field naming rights partnership with The Brick. The field at Commonwealth Stadium will now be named The Brick Field at Commonwealth. Commonwealth Stadium, known as The Brick Field at Commonwealth Stadium during Edmonton Football Team events, is an open-air, multipurpose stadium located in the McCauley neighbourhood of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. It has a seating capacity of 55,819, making it the largest open-air stadium in Canada. TOWNSHIP OF BRICK. REGULATIONS REGARDING USE OF SYNTHETIC TURF ATHLETIC FIELD 1. No food or beverage whatsoever, with the exception of unflavored, unsweetened water, may be brought through the gates.WATER ONLY. 2. No chewing gum, tobacco, candy or seeds of any kind is permitted on the field at any time,.NO SNACKS. 3. Metal cleats are.

June 15, 2016 - Canadian Football League (CFL) - EE Football Team News Release

(Edmonton) - It is a major strategic move as The Brick and the Edmonton Eskimo Football Club announce a five-year field naming rights partnership.

The field at Commonwealth Stadium will now be named 'The Brick Field at Commonwealth Stadium' during Eskimos games and team events.

Exact financial terms of the deal are not disclosed as per club policy, but it is the largest ever for the Edmonton Eskimos.

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'This is the largest corporate partnership that we have ever formed in our long and proud history,' says Len Rhodes, President & CEO of the Edmonton Eskimos.

'With The Brick's corporate head office located here in Edmonton, this makes us especially proud. The Brick's commitment to families and the overall community is always apparent and it led to this wonderful relationship. This historic partnership allows us to make a major stride in catering to programs that appeal to parents and their children.'

The landmark partnership includes a major upgrade to the game-day experience for families.

The new Brickley's Knothole Corner family area in and around Gate 2 will include interactive children's games, stroller check, face painters, an information booth, a dedicated family merchandise store, family friendly inflatable games and game-specific entertainment during all Eskimos home games.

Season seats in the Brickley's Knothole Corner seating section, located near the family area in the lower bowl, are available for $60 for children (aged 12 and under) and $220 for adults. Single game tickets for non-premium games are just $12 for children and $32 for adults. Single game tickets for premium games are just $16 for children and $36 for adults.

'As an Edmonton based company, we are extremely proud of today's announcement. We continue to grow our relationship with the Edmonton Eskimos and our role in our home community. Brick Field and Brickley's Knothole Corner will bring a new, exciting family focused experience to Edmonton Eskimo games and events,' says Head of Brand, Advertising, Marketing and Digital for the Brick Group Sheldon Pietrzykowski.

The new Brickley's Clubhouse indoor suite on the west concourse will exclusively host families from the Stollery Children's Hospital and community at every game during the Eskimos regular season and playoffs.

The Edmonton Eskimos will host the Saskatchewan Roughriders on The Brick Field at Commonwealth Stadium this Saturday, June 18 to close pre-season action. Kickoff is 2 p.m.

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  • Stamps Head West for Pre-Season Finale - Calgary Stampeders
  • Riders Sign Defensive Lineman Jonathan Williams - Saskatchewan Roughriders
  • The Brick and the Edmonton Eskimos Announce Field Naming Rights Partnership - EE Football Team
  • Argonauts Release Seven - Toronto Argonauts
  • Tiger-Cats Pare Active Roster - Hamilton Tiger-Cats
  • RedBlacks Make Roster Moves - Ottawa RedBlacks
  • RedBlacks Sign Pair - Ottawa RedBlacks
  • Winnipeg Blue Bombers Make Roster Moves - Winnipeg Blue Bombers

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Elite teams, strong competition, & great experiences away from the rink in some of the world's best cities.

What region do I play for?
Similar to the Brick tournament, players must play for their regional franchise. CJR's region includes the states of New York, Connecticut, and New Jersey.

Mobile phone pokies images. What happens after the Brick Series tryouts?
After the Brick Series tryouts, we will identify 25 - 30 players from each age group that will make up the Brick Series development program. Players may be chosen for Brick Series events and/or additional Elite tournaments and will train together during the spring under the guidance of our professional coaching staff.

Is the BRICK Series affiliated with The Brick Invitational in Edmonton?
The BRICK Series is endorsed and supported by the Brick tournament but is run independently of the Brick. As you can see from the organizations listed below who have already committed to the BRICK series there is participation from programs who also hold Brick tournament charters.

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What programs make up the BRICK series?
The BRICK Series organizations include Toronto Pro Hockey, Junior Bruins, CT. Jr. Rangers, Detroit, Chicago Elite AAA, Minnesota Blades, Team Brick Alberta, LA Selects, Montreal Meltdown, Atlanta Knights and the BC Jr. Canucks. Those programs will make up the core field of the BRICK series and we will be adding 2-4 'wild card' teams per age level at each event to round out the tournament field. All teams are either invited to participate are screened by the BRICK series committee.

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What is the BRICK Series?
The BRICK Series was born out of a need for programs to elevate the spring and summer tournament circuit and to help prepare for the Brick tournament with each age group. There are so many tournaments offered that you rarely know what the level of talent will be at each tournament. You also spend the entire weekend at the hotel, rink or a restaurant because game times are spread out. The BRICK Series events are designed to provide players with top competition and families with great experiences throughout the spring and summer in some of North America's best cities.

What ages/birth years does the BRICK Series offer?
The BRICK series events are offered at the two years prior to the Brick tourney (2011's and 2012's in 2020) & at the post Brick level (2009's in 2020).

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Wild Card Teams
We will be adding teams not mentioned above at all events to round out the field. Teams interested in becoming a part of the BRICK series as a full-time participant or as a 'wildcard' team can EMAIL US.

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Tournament Format
The BRICK Series games will be given priority start times so players and families have free time away from the rink each day to take in all the sights that host cities offer. Whether it's the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto, The Mall of America in the Twin Cities, a Red Sox game at historic Fenway Park in Boston, hiking and zip lining at the Lynn Canyon Suspension Bridge in Vancouver, seeing one of the world-class shows in Las Vegas or going to the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville our players, parents, and families will not just see the airport, hotel, and rink in these world-class cities.

All events will only have 8-12 teams per division to ensure elite fields. Teams will have a 5 game guarantee and with such a small, controlled field of teams, you are guaranteed to have competitive games. Some of the BRICK series events will have added events such as tournament wide parties, BBQ's and live entertainment.