Allan A. Lamport Stadium
|Clubs||Serbian White Eagles|
|Address||1151 King Street West, Toronto, Ontario, Canada|
Description: Lamport Stadium
One of Toronto’s major sports stadium was built on the site of former women’s prison in 1975. With two interestingly designed simple stands surrounded by public green, it was able to hold almost 10,000 people since the opening.
Also from the start the ground was equipped with artificial field, which allowed it to hold many more games than a natural grass stadium. Field hockey, rugby (current national stadium for rugby league) and association football are the most important disciplines to be played here. The latter includes teams of Toronto FC, SC Toronto and recently Serbian White Eagles of the CSL.
The name honours Allan A. Lamport, local politician known for his engagement in sports.