Get in on a chance to win two VIP tickets to the TELUS Vanier Cup courtesy of the Tailgate Photo Contest. All you have to do is snap a photo of yourself acing our challenges and use #MTLMOMENTS. The more you successfully complete, the greater your chances of winning 2 VIP tickets to the TELUS Vanier Cup. • Make a fan pyramid in front of the Percival Molson Memorial Stadium. • Show off your game face painted in your team’s colours on Sainte-Catherine Street. • Juggle footballs on the Mont-Royal Park lookout. • Form a line of scrimmage in front of your Montreal university campus. • Eat a poutine while wearing a football helmet in front of your favourite Montreal poutine restaurant. • Strike a football player’s pose on the steps of Place des Arts. • Do your best touchdown dance in front of your favourite Montreal sports bar. • Show off your Vanier hairstyle in front of a Montreal metro station. The more photo challenges you complete, the better your chances to win two TELUS Vanier Cup VIP tickets as well as a range of other prizes, so make the snap and get your ball in play! Draw for tickets: game… / Read More →
Results for football
It doesn’t get more exciting than the fall months for Montreal sports aficionados: not only are all three of the city’s professional sports franchises – the NHL’s Montreal Canadiens, the CFL’s Montreal Alouettes and Major League Soccer’s Montreal Impact – in full regular season swing, fans hungry for all forms of competition have a varied plate to dine on
An interesting thing happened to professional football in Montreal in 1998: it was allowed to breathe. And almost as soon as the Montreal Alouettes inhaled high on the side of Mount Royal – a spectacular setting complete with scenic views of the city – away from the closed-in confines of the Olympic Stadium, their previous home, the people came. And when the people came, so did the wins…
[www.youtube.com/watch?v=1HwHD1-A9Vc] From our beloved and storied hockey franchise the Montreal Canadiens to our surging soccer team the Montreal Impact, from hometown UFC hero Georges St-Pierre to the power and spectacle of the Grand Prix and the thrilling athleticism of the Rogers Cup, Montreal is a year-long destination for sports fans. And if you’re coming to town for the big game and you need a place to stay, we can help with that too.
Montrealers came down to the streets to celebrate the Alouettes Grey Cup Victory, laset wednesday. The team spirit was high up despite the bad weather, as proven in this video. Go Alls Go !
Montrealers were on fire yesterday after Spain’s 2010 FIFA World Cup victory. Here’s a quick overview of the escalating excitement that finally burst out into a parade of joy on St-Laurent boulevard, at the Club Espanol de Québec, one of the local Spanish community’s main headquarters ( and home to some of the city’s best Tapas). Club Espagnol de Québec – 4388 Saint-Laurent Boulevard.