Stade Julien-Morin

Park Name: Stade Julien-Morin

Tenants: Quebec Capitales {Exhibition}


Opened: 1963

Address: 96 Rue Laurence, Coaticook, Quebec J1A 2L5

Dimensions: 314' (L), 375' (C), 314' (R)


Former Tenants:

Coaticook Canadians (Provincial League) 1960's

The view from behind home plate at Stade Julien-Morin.

The view from down the first base line.

The view from down the third base line.

The grandstand at Stade Julien-Morin, as seen from the third base side.

The pressbox is a small, open-air area surrounded by plexi-glass at the top of the grandstand. The enclosed area behind that is a bar and party area.

The seating bowl is a steep concrete incline with small plastic seats and an aluminum roof above.

The main concourse, underneath the grandstand.

Small dugouts sit in front of the grandstand at Stade Julien-Morin.

The bullpens sit out of play down the outfield foul lines.

The batting cage sits beside the third base side of the grandstand.

A small, basic scoreboard sits above the left field fence.

A stone church on a hill in downtown Coaticook stands tall above the outfield.

The Quebec Capitales on the field during a Can-Am League spring training exhibition game at Stade Julien-Morin.