Nat Bailey Stadium

Park Name: Rogers Field at Nat Bailey Stadium

Tenants: Vancouver Canadians (Northwest League)

Opened: 1951

Address: 4601 Ontario Street, Vancouver, British Columbia V5V 3H4

Dimensions: 320' (L), 385' (C), 330' (R)

Former Names:

Capilano Stadium (1951-1978)

Scotiabank Field at Nat Bailey Stadium (2010-2020)

Former Tenants:

Vancouver Capilanos (Western International League) 1951-1954

Vancouver Mounties (Pacific Coast League) 1956-1969

Vancouver Canadians (Pacific Coast League) 1978-1999

Vancouver Canadians (Northwest League) 2000-2019

Vancouver Canadians (High-A West) 2021

The view from behind home plate at Nat Bailey Stadium.

The view from down the first base line.

The view from down the third base line.

The grandstand at Nat Bailey Stadium, as seen from the left field corner of the park.

The pressbox sits atop the grandstand roof, with banners on the front celebrating the Canadians championships.

Most of the seating in the grandstand is on long wooden benches. 

The classic wooden roof covers most of the seating.

The seating closest to the field is on folding stadium seats.

A VIP section of padded seating and a large covered picnic area sit at the right field end of the grandstand.

Open air group suites sit close to the field down the lines.

Two small sections of aluminum bleachers sit at the left field end of the stands at Nat Bailey Stadium.

A covered outfield seating porch stands behind the short left field wall, with the bullpens directly in front of the fans.

A children's play area, food court, and picnic tables sit behind the grandstand in left field.

The concourse at Rogers Field, with numerous small concession stands running along the well-kept hallway underneath the stands.

Murals on the concourse wall celebrate the history of the ballpark and of baseball in Vancouver.

The outfield wall is much taller in left field, and steps down as it progresses around the field.

The main video board stands behind the right field wall, with a small manual scoreboard on the wall in front of it.

The Vancouver Canadians on the field during a game at Rogers Field at Nat Bailey Stadium.