Rogers Centre

Stadium in Toronto

Updated: March 09, 2024 05:34 PM

Rogers Centre is located in Toronto (City in Ontario, Canada), Canada. It's address is 1 Blue Jays Way, Toronto, ON M5V 1J1, Canada.

1 Blue Jays Way, Toronto, ON M5V 1J1, Canada

JJR6+P8 Toronto, Ontario, Canada

+1 416-341-1000

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Where is Rogers Centre?

Rogers Centre is located at: 1 Blue Jays Way, Toronto, ON M5V 1J1, Canada.

What is the phone number of Rogers Centre?

You can try to calling this number: +1 416-341-1000

What are the coordinates of Rogers Centre?

Coordinates: 43.6417798, -79.3891437

Rogers Centre Reviews

H. Singh The-Purveyor
2023-12-25 22:26:26 GMT

Arriving here was effortless. The beauty of enjoying an entertainment experience here lies in the stadium’s prime location within Toronto’s bustling downtown. Crowd congestion isn’t an issue; attendees disperse quickly, thanks to efficient crowd management. The area surrounding the stadium boasts ample parking and an abundance of dining choices for visitors to explore.

Adam Peters
2024-01-17 18:35:47 GMT

You just can’t beat a live sports event, and the Blue Jays have it down!! The experience overall was fantastic. Tickets purchased in advance and the go train to get into the city was smooth too! If only the drinks cost less and Jays had performed and not thrown the playoff series away right at the end!!

Gerry ONeill
2023-12-26 18:25:50 GMT

Had a great time here, saw a good game. Staff as well as fans are friendly, everybody had a smile. We had lunch at the Sportsnet Grill before the game. Good food and drinks with a great view of the field. Took a stroll around the stadium, doesn’t look like there’s a bad seat in the house.

Blessing Matore
2023-10-04 18:41:14 GMT

Fantastic stadium. Seats on the lower level offer superb views. Conveniently, you can walk around the stadium regardless of your entry gate.

Jays fans are passionately vocal, making it an essential Toronto experience.

Plenty of food options at reasonable prices.

Exiting the stadium was quick and easy at the end of a sold-out game.

Ronnie T.
2023-12-31 16:24:39 GMT

Great place to catch a ball game with an awesome view of the CN Tower when the roof is open. Purchased tickets in advance and paid around $75 for three tickets in the second deck.
The ball park opened about an hour before the game, and you can sit in on BP. I suggest bringing a mitt and going to left field bleachers and try to catch a few BP Home Runs!
The staff and fans alike were both friendly. It was one of the cleanest stadiums I’ve been to.
There was plenty of places to park around the stadium and the price was not bad. Around $15 for the game.
The stadium is in a city, so there is congestion, so plan accordingly. And don’t forget to get your MLB Passport book stamped, and get your first game certificate!!
Hope this helped! Enjoy!

Jasem Khan
2023-10-03 16:22:34 GMT

Went to watch the Jays vs Boston game. Even though I've never seen the sport, nor know how the game works, I've enjoyed the game as the environment was energetic and lively. It is understandable that the f&b is expensive here. The reps helped me find my seat in no time. We lost the match though, bummer.

Victor Wong
2023-09-18 04:11:59 GMT

My experience at Rogers Centre during a Blue Jays game was nothing short of exceptional. From the moment I entered the stadium, I was captivated by the sheer grandeur of the venue. The iconic CN Tower loomed overhead, setting the stage for an unforgettable evening of baseball.

One of the standout features of Rogers Centre is its remarkable retractable roof. No matter the weather outside, I was comfortably shielded from rain or intense sunlight. This ensured that the game could go on uninterrupted, and fans like me could focus entirely on the action on the field.

Speaking of the field, my seat had a fantastic view of it. I was able to witness every pitch, catch, and home run with pristine clarity. The stadium's seating arrangement provides an intimate experience, making you feel like you're right in the heart of the game.

The staff at Rogers Centre deserves special commendation. They were not only friendly but also incredibly efficient. Whether I had a question about seating or needed assistance finding a concession stand, they were always ready to help, ensuring that my visit was as smooth as possible.

Now, let's talk about the food. The variety of options available was impressive. While attending the game, I couldn't resist indulging in some classic ballpark fare. The hot dogs were perfectly grilled, and the popcorn was the ideal snack to munch on while cheering for the Blue Jays. The dining experience was as much a part of the event as the game itself.

And what a game it was! The Blue Jays' performance was outstanding, and the crowd's energy was infectious. The stadium came alive with cheers and applause as we supported our team. It was evident that Rogers Centre is a place where lifelong memories are made.

In conclusion, a visit to Rogers Centre for a Blue Jays game is an absolute must for any baseball enthusiast. It offers an incredible blend of world-class facilities, excellent staff, delectable food, and an electric atmosphere. I can't wait to return to this iconic venue for another unforgettable experience.

Katie Soave
2023-09-23 16:40:54 GMT

Had so much fun at the game! Very clean stadium. The Catch Bar made STRONG drinks, no complaints! The gift shop needs Christmas ornaments and more memorabilia for visitors (all they had was baseballs and clothing).

Mona R
2023-09-11 20:41:35 GMT

The new set-up is amazing. Been to a few games this year and each time, seats have been in different areas of the ballpark and still a great watch. Note: seats over top of the blue jays bullpen are so fun! And I love that they have standing room views of the pen so even without seats there, you can still walk over to watch the pitchers warmup. Let's go Blue Jays!

Sharon Lee
2023-10-04 00:22:55 GMT

Zybek Sports was invited to the Rogers Centre by the Blue Jays to test athletes as part of the Canadian Futures Showcase. We were in awe of the beautiful stadium! Surrounded by wonderful restaurants and in the shadow of the CN Tower. We spent 2 days on the field, in the stands, the bullpen and throughout the stadium. The retractable roof makes for a unique experience (we had the pleasure of seeing the stadium with the roof open & closed). All staff that we dealt with went above and beyond to help us and make us feel at home. A great experience; the Rogers Centre is a favorite stadium for us!

ATS 555
2023-09-15 04:00:32 GMT

Amazing experience despite the Blue Jays losing. This was the first game we attended. It was the University/College Alumni night. We got free co-branded hats and had full access to the West Jet Flight deck. Unfortunately, on our ticket, it mentioned a seat number, but there were no assigned seats, only a standing area. We had a great view of the overall field. There were many concession stands, a merch stand, and tables/chairs to enjoy your food. In addition, there was a DJ and pinball machines. FYI, if it's your first game, you can head over to Fan Services and pick up a certificate. Totally recommend!

Jonathan Richards
2023-09-17 23:56:13 GMT

I recently attended a Texas Rangers game at the Rogers Centre in Toronto, and it was an absolute blast. The stadium itself is impressive - clean, well-maintained, and with a fantastic array of food options. I was pleasantly surprised by the friendliness of the fans, despite wearing my Texas Rangers jersey to support the opposing team. Everyone was welcoming and sportsmanlike, creating a great atmosphere for the game.

Kelly Sitter
2023-12-27 04:05:45 GMT

We have been to many Blue Jays games! It’s such a fun place to watch a baseball game!!! Al the views are great! Up close or watch from the outfield there are no bad seats!!! Every type food options you can think of!

Joey Delisle
2023-10-18 13:20:36 GMT

It's been a long time I saw a Bluejays game and I took my daughter to see her first game. It was very hot and sunny this game and the 3 of us went home with a bit of a burn, we were hoping they would have closed the roof but what could we do. We did lose but I did have lots of fun, the place looks great with the renovations. GO JAYS GO.

Casey M
2023-09-10 13:14:18 GMT

Rogers Centre is such a great venue - there isn’t a bad seat in the house!! I often get nosebleeds and can see the game perfectly. Rogers Centre is easy to get to, entry is always very speedy considering the masses of people, it seems very accessible as well. Tonssss if I’m house entertainment for all ages and stages. Always an amazing time at a Jays game, but yesterday was especially phenomenal (Harry Potter themed day and giveaway).

Angie E.
2023-08-26 14:50:47 GMT

Great updates to the park. Easy walking distance from the train station.
Pack extra cash, foot long hotdog was over $20.00. On average beer is $13.00. It's expected at a ball game. All seats are good. Or buy a cheap seat and stand along the 100 level to watch the game.

Justin LH
2024-02-19 22:16:12 GMT

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EV Palisoc
2023-10-02 13:34:46 GMT

This will always be SkyDome to us! We really enjoy all the upgrades and transformation of the Dome, and look forward the upcoming changes to Level 100!
The major downside is the cost for any consession item. The only time it's worth buying anything are the Hot Dog promo days... and they don't have them often enough...
If you're willing to pay, there are plenty of options to satisfy your cravings!
There's plenty of parking nearby, but be forewarned: The traffic can be brutal! We usually take the GO Train to Union and the SkyWalk (or walk along Front on bright, sunny days).

Jessy Gonzalez
2023-07-02 15:29:48 GMT

I haven’t been to the centre before the remodel but based on what people tell me, it’s a huge improvement. There are so many things to do in this place, it’s ridiculous. You almost forget there’s a ballgame happening. Even if you don’t watch baseball, you can still come here and have a great time. If you go during one of the special games days, there will be special activities for you to do. There are plenty of bars to get drinks at, games to play, places to bring the kids in the event they get restless during the game.
And when it comes to watching the game, there are no bad seats. And there are so many screens displaying the game, you can see all the action no matter where you are. Staff is attentive and friendly. Hands down one of the best ball park experiences I’ve had.

Anne Needs
2023-09-11 20:49:50 GMT

Have been quite a few times this year. Last time, my daughter treated us. It was fantastic, we found a place that sells foot-long hot dogs only and plan to eat there from now on. The seats were in left field by the bullpen and got pics of the pitchers warming up. I was a fantastic day.

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