Centre Bell

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  • Location:

    Centre Bell 1260 De La Gauchetiere Street , Montreal Quebec
  • HOME TEAM::

    Montreal Canadiens
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Centre Bell
Address

The Bell Centre is located at 1909 Avenue des Canadiens-de-Montreal in Montreal, Quebec. It resides in the H4B 5GO postal code.

Capacity

For hockey games, the Bell Centre has a capacity of 21,273. For basketball games, it holds 22,114. For concerts, the venue has a capacity of 15,000.

Year Built

Ground broke in June of 1993, with the Bell Centre officially opening on March 16, 1996.

Home Team

The Bell Centre is home to the Montreal Canadiens of the NHL.

Directions

There are a variety of routes to take to the Bell Centre depending on location.

From Sherbrooke and Eastern Townships

Follow AUT-10 East and take the Champlain Bridge. Follow AUT-15 North and then take AUT-720 East. Take exit 4 (de la Montagne North) and turn left on St. Antoine Street West. Turn right onto Rue de la Montagne then turn right onto Rue de la Gauchetière Ouest.

From Trois-Riviere and Quebec

Follow AUT-40 West and take exit 66-S onto AUT-Décarie South. Then take AUT-720 East to exit 4 (de la Montagne North). Turn left on St-Antoine Street West and turn right onto Rue de la Montagne. Turn right onto Rue de la Gauchetière Ouest.

From Ottawa via Highway 417

Follow AUT-40 East and take exit 66-S onto AUT-Décarie South. Take AUT-720 East to exit 4 (de la Montagne North). Turn left on St-Antoine Street West then turn right onto Rue de la Montagne. Turn right onto Rue de la Gauchetière Ouest.

From Toronto via Highway 401

Follow AUT-20 East then take AUT-720 East. Take exit 4 (de la Montagne North) and turn left on St-Antoine Street West. Turn right onto Rue de la Montagne then make another right onto Rue de la Gauchetière Ouest.

From New York via I-87

follow AUT-15 North to AUT-10 West and take the Champlain Bridge. Follow AUT-15 North and take AUT-720 East. Take exit 4 (de la Montagne North) and turn left on St-Antoine Street West. Turn right onto Rue de la Montagne then make another right onto Rue de la Gauchetière Ouest.

Parking

The Bell Centre offers a fixed price of $28 for parking purposes to all Canadiens home games.
On event nights, parking price ranges from $11-$28 depending on the event.
On non-event days, public parking can be utilized from 6am-8pm on Monday-Friday. Such parking holds a daily fixed rate of $11.

Gate Locations and openings

There are four (4) main entrances into the Bell Centre. The Rue de la Gauchetiere entrance on the north side serves as the main entrance and outside entrances to the team store are also located here. The Cours Windsor entrance is located on the east side of the stadium. The southernmost entrance is labeled Rue Saint-Antoine while the western entrance is labeled rue de la Montagne. All doors open 1.5 hours prior to game time.

Bag Policy

All bags that patrons carry will be subject to random search by venue personnel. Small purses and handbags are permitted, although the Canadiens insist that fans should avoid bringing any bags to the game to avoid unwarranted inspections and long lines to enter the Bell Centre. No cameras or video cameras are permitted into the stadium. Those who fail to comply with staff upon entering the stadium will be refused admittance.