As the first landmark project of the $1 billion Regina Revitalization Initiative, the city’s largest urban revitalization project in history, Mosaic Stadium is now one of the most recognizable structures in Regina and the Canadian Football League. Construction of this stadium included the iconic translucent roof and continuous, wide concourse.
Enhancing the spectator experience is a sunken bowl that contains nearly 70 percent of the facility's seats, each with an unobstructed view of the field, and a general admission lounge accessible to all game attendees. A stretched fabric roof deflects wind overtop the stadium and contributes to fans’ comfort.
Though a prominent feature of the Canadian Football League, the new home of the Saskatchewan Roughriders is a multi-purpose stadium with built-in flexibility to host many different sports and entertainment events throughout all seasons.