Rogers Place (Edmonton Oilers Stadium)

Taking approximately two and a half years to build and costing $480 million Canadian, Rogers Place is home to the Edmonton Oilers of the NHL’s Pacific Division in the Western Conference.  The Oilers took up residence in their new venue at the start of the 2016-17 season.  The Oilers had played in Northlands Coliseum from 1974 until Rogers Place opened.  The Oilers were founded in 1972 and were first part of the World Hockey Association before joining the NHL in 1979.  Since then the Oilers have won five Stanley Cups, and are one of the most successful clubs since the merger of the NHL and WHA.  Their championships and dominance in the late 1980s has been honored with the distinction of being one of the NHL’s dynasties by the Hockey Hall of Fame.  The Oilers were the original NHL team of Wayne Gretsky, largely regarded as the greatest player in league history. 

How many seats are in Rogers Place

Rogers Place has seating for 18,347 Oilers fans, with sections referred to as the upper bowl and lower bowl.  There are also suites and other specialized seating areas throughout the arena.  Upgraded areas include the Sky Lounge Loft, PCL Loge Table & Ledge, Theatre Boxes, and Scotiabank Suites. 

Directions – How to get to Rogers Place

Rogers Place is located at 10220 104 Ave NW, Edmonton, Alberta. The arena is located in the downtown area of the city.  The downtown location makes Rogers Place easily accessible by transit, with over 40 bus routes and five LRT stations within walking distance from the arena.  Encouraging sustainable transportation, Rogers Place provides bike racks on the north side of the arena near MacEwan Station. Other bike racks can be found in adjacent areas around downtown.

Where to Park near Rogers Place?

There are more than enough parking spots in the downtown area to accommodate fans attending Edmonton Oilers games, nearly 18,000 in all.  Parking discounts are available by prepaying online and reserving a spot beforehand.  Locals are quick to point out that Edmonton has next level parking at the Edmonton Tower Parkade. It is a perfect location to park at when visiting Rogers Place. The underground, heated parkade has a wayfinding system that helps drivers navigate to available parking spots. 

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Other Rogers Place FAQs

Who owns Rexall Place?

Rexall Place is currently unused and is owned by the City of Edmonton, Alberta. 

Who owns Rogers Place in Edmonton?

Rogers Place is the home of the NHL’s Oilers and is owned by the City of Edmonton, Alberta.

Where are the Edmonton Oilers located?

Rogers Place is the home ice of the NHL’s  Edmonton Oilers of the Pacific Division in he Western Conference and is owned by the City of Edmonton, Alberta.

What is the Rogers Place Health & Safety Information? (related to COVID)

According to the Rogers Place website, the arena has the following guidelines and rules in effect for fans visiting the venue:

For events beginning September 28, each fan aged 12 and older must have a government-issued ID and present proof of one of the following for entry into Rogers Place:

●Receipt of full COVID-19 vaccination, meaning the full series of a World Health Organization approved COVID-19 vaccine or combination of approved vaccines, received at least 14 days prior to the day of the game.

●A negative COVID-19 test result from a healthcare provider taken within 72 hours of the game’s scheduled start time.

How much is an Edmonton Oilers hockey ticket?

Rogers Place has two major seating areas, the upper bowl, or 200 level seats, and the lower bowl, or 100 level seats.  Picking a game in mid-October, center ice tickets in the upper bowl start at about $75 and seats directly below in the lower bowl are $100 more.  There are also upgraded seating areas and clubs around the arena, too. 

What hockey teams play at the Rogers Place?

Rogers Place in Edmonton, Alberta, is home to the NHL’s Edmonton Oilers and the WHL’s Edmonton Oil Kings.


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