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Rider Capital
Campaign


The Saskatchewan Roughriders have recently embarked on a $40 million Capital Campaign to support the Club’s financial commitment to the construction of Saskatchewan’s new stadium.


Rider Capital
Campaign



The Saskatchewan Roughriders have recently embarked on a $40 million Capital Campaign to support the Club’s financial commitment to the construction of Saskatchewan’s new stadium.

The new stadium will be home to the Roughriders as well as hundreds of other amateur sporting events, major festivals, concerts and attractions for many years to come. Construction will begin this spring with the stadium’s first CFL game set for June of 2017.
Under the terms of the agreement with the City of Regina and the Province of Saskatchewan, the Club’s contribution will be a total of $40 million dollars. This includes $25 million towards the overall stadium construction plus an estimated $15 million towards the design, construction and furnishing of areas specific to the Riders such as locker rooms, team training and health facilities, meeting and equipment rooms as well as football and business offices.

The $40 million Capital Campaign will be branded as the Roughrider “Builder Campaign” and has been designed to allow for participation from the business community and Rider Nation.
JIM HOPSON, FORMER PRESIDENT & CEO, says:

“This iconic new facility will be enjoyed by the people of Saskatchewan for years to come. It will not only be a focal point in Saskatchewan, it will generate national acclaim as one of the premier facilities of its kind in Canada,” said Jim Hopson, President and CEO of the Saskatchewan Roughriders. “This facility is being built for the community and clearly Rider Nation will be one of the key beneficiaries. With that in mind, we are designing a multi-tiered Builder Campaign and partnership program that will allow business partners and individuals to participate and be recognized and rewarded for their contributions to the construction of this great facility.”

The business community will be provided with multiple opportunities to become part of our Builder team. The foundation of the Builder Campaign will feature 12 Founding Partners – “The Starting 12.” – who will receive lifelong presence within the new facility and the ability to secure exclusive multi-year sponsorship assets, naming rights and other activation opportunities with our fans. The business community at large will also be presented with partnership opportunities to contribute and be recognized for their support of this building project.

Individual Rider fans will also have opportunities to participate and be recognized as being part of the Builder Campaign. More details on the Rider Builder Campaign will be made available in the coming months.

Stadium
Design


Meet the Architect of the New Mosaic Stadium, Mark Williams. Get to know a little more about what went into the new home of the Roughriders


Stadium Design



We recently had an opportunity to chat with Mark Williams, Principle at HKS Architects,
the designer of the New Mosaic Stadium.

Below are excerpts from our interview with Mark Williams.

Can you tell us more about stadium access and what it is unique with the new Mosaic Stadium?
We have designed the stadium to provide 360 degree access and the entry points are at grade which means we have lowered the majority of the seating area into the ground. The benefit of that is that 68% of fans will be walking into the stadium and then going down to their seats instead of up. This also means that the height of the stadium will be lower.

Stadium
Facts


Take a look at the facts of the new home of your Roughriders. Compare the old to the new


Stadium Facts



Stadium Comparison
Current
Mosaic Stadium
New
Mosaic Stadium
1910
Year Open
2017
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Cost to Build
$278M
250,108
Square Footage
521,866
33.427
Total Capacity
33,000
65 / 65
Accessible & Companion Seating
157 / 114
453
Club Seating
1,400
0
Loge Seating
260
500
Suite Seating
610
90
Accredited Media Seating
150
25ft
Avg Concourse Width
30ft
18" (Main Grandstand)
Avg Seat Width
20" (GA), 22" (Club), 24" (Suite)
28" West, 30" East
Avg Distance Between Row (GA)
33"
43
Longest Row (# of Seats)
28
2
Scoreboards / Videoboards
2
1
Elevators
9
123
Concession Point of Sale
200
22
Restrooms
38 (861 Total Fixtures)
4
Entrance Points
5
7
Sets of Ramps
2

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Rider Capital
Campaign



The Saskatchewan Roughriders have recently embarked on a $40 million Capital Campaign to support the Club’s financial commitment to the construction of Saskatchewan’s new stadium.

The new stadium will be home to the Roughriders as well as hundreds of other amateur sporting events, major festivals, concerts and attractions for many years to come. Construction will begin this spring with the stadium’s first CFL game set for June of 2017.
Under the terms of the agreement with the City of Regina and the Province of Saskatchewan, the Club’s contribution will be a total of $40 million dollars. This includes $25 million towards the overall stadium construction plus an estimated $15 million towards the design, construction and furnishing of areas specific to the Riders such as locker rooms, team training and health facilities, meeting and equipment rooms as well as football and business offices.

The $40 million Capital Campaign will be branded as the Roughrider “Builder Campaign” and has been designed to allow for participation from the business community and Rider Nation.
JIM HOPSON, FORMER PRESIDENT & CEO, says:

“This iconic new facility will be enjoyed by the people of Saskatchewan for years to come. It will not only be a focal point in Saskatchewan, it will generate national acclaim as one of the premier facilities of its kind in Canada,” said Jim Hopson, President and CEO of the Saskatchewan Roughriders. “This facility is being built for the community and clearly Rider Nation will be one of the key beneficiaries. With that in mind, we are designing a multi-tiered Builder Campaign and partnership program that will allow business partners and individuals to participate and be recognized and rewarded for their contributions to the construction of this great facility.”

The business community will be provided with multiple opportunities to become part of our Builder team. The foundation of the Builder Campaign will feature 12 Founding Partners – “The Starting 12.” – who will receive lifelong presence within the new facility and the ability to secure exclusive multi-year sponsorship assets, naming rights and other activation opportunities with our fans. The business community at large will also be presented with partnership opportunities to contribute and be recognized for their support of this building project.

Individual Rider fans will also have opportunities to participate and be recognized as being part of the Builder Campaign. More details on the Rider Builder Campaign will be made available in the coming months.

Stadium Design



We recently had an opportunity to chat with Mark Williams, Principle at HKS Architects,
the designer of the New Mosaic Stadium.

Below are excerpts from our interview with Mark Williams.

Can you tell us more about stadium access and what it is unique with the new Mosaic Stadium?

We have designed the stadium to provide 360 degree access and the entry points are at grade which means we have lowered the majority of the seating area into the ground. The benefit of that is that 68% of fans will be walking into the stadium and then going down to their seats instead of up. This also means that the height of the stadium will be lower.


Stadium Facts



Stadium Comparison
Current
Mosaic Stadium
New
Mosaic Stadium
1910
Year Open
2017
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Cost to Build
$278M
250,108
Square Footage
521,866
33.427
Total Capacity
33,000
65 / 65
Accessible & Companion Seating
157 / 114
453
Club Seating
1,400
0
Loge Seating
260
500
Suite Seating
610
90
Accredited Media Seating
150
25ft
Avg Concourse Width
30ft
18" (Main Grandstand)
Avg Seat Width
20" (GA), 22" (Club), 24" (Suite)
28" West, 30" East
Avg Distance Between Row (GA)
33"
43
Longest Row (# of Seats)
28
2
Scoreboards / Videoboards
2
1
Elevators
9
123
Concession Point of Sale
200
22
Restrooms
38 (861 Total Fixtures)
4
Entrance Points
5
7
Sets of Ramps
2

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About
On May 22nd, 2014 the Saskatchewan Roughriders joined the City of Regina and the Province of Saskatchewan in the unveiling of the final design of the new home of the Saskatchewan Roughriders. The new facility, which will be named Mosaic Stadium will have a standard capacity of 33,000 and will be expandable to 40,000. The stadium will deliver an incredible game day experience with wider individual seats, a sunken bowl to ease spectator access, expansive concourses, concession and hospitality offerings including a general admission lounge and premium options which include 38 suites for corporate partners.

The stadium design includes a translucent spectator roof and open south end zone connecting the stadium to the community and creating a feeling of spaciousness, while providing an improved level of comfort for all users. This iconic new stadium will stand out as one of the premier facilities of its kind in Canada and will become a center piece for the province. The new Mosaic Stadium will be located a few blocks west of the old stadium.

Construction of the stadium will begin in June 2014 with substantial completion and expected to be achieved in August of 2016. The first Rider game in the new stadium will be played in June 2017. The stadium will be built by PCL Construction Management Inc., which includes HKS Sports & Entertainment, B+H Architects and TD Securities.

More information including factual details of the new Mosaic Stadium can be found here:


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News






Find out the latest on New Mosaic Stadium!

Mar

2016
17
Roughriders Announce 2017 Season Ticket Pricing and Seat Transition Process
Mar

2016
16
Construction of new terrace begins this May
Nov

2015
09
RRI Stadium Project – Spectator Roof, LED Lighting & Seating Progress – Construction is 60 per cent Complete
Jun

2015
16
New Mosaic Stadium One Year Construction Anniversary
Jun

2015
01
Regina Revitalization Initiative – Stadium Project Design details announced
Jun

2015
01
The Saskatchewan Roughriders Renew Stadium Naming Rights Agreement With The Mosaic Company
May

2015
25
Riders Announce First Four Founding Partners
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Tickets
Ticket Pricing
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Ticket Pricing
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Ticket Pricing
"Build the Pride" Campaign
FAQ
What is the new stadium seat selection process?

Our goal is to offer a straightforward and equitable system that ensures our season ticket holders at Mosaic Stadium have priority in being seated in the new stadium.  Although the new Mosaic Stadium will have a different seating configuration, our goal is to transition season ticket holders to seats with as similar views as possible to their view at the current Mosaic Stadium. We will communicate our seat relocation strategy to our season ticket holders in the near future.

Will there be premium seating options?

The new stadium will feature the finest premium seating options in the league, including private suites, club seats, and loge seating areas.  The number of club seats will increase to 1400; 500 of these will have access to a premium club lounge.

Will the new stadium have accessible seating options?

Yes, accessible seating will be available on various levels and at various yard lines in the stadium. The new stadium design provides ‘at-grade’ access – entrance to the majority of the stadium will not require use of ramps. The stadium will have ramps as well as 9 elevators to access the upper levels. The accessible seating will be in compliance with all federal and provincial requirements with respect to access for spectators with disabilities.

Where will parking be for events at Mosaic Stadium?

The City of Regina has engaged a consultant to develop a traffic and parking plan for the new stadium.  Information will be posted as it becomes available.

Can Mosaic Stadium be expanded?

Yes, the south end zone is designed for expansion for such events as hosting a CFL Grey Cup Championship, with seating expanding to approximately 40,000 seats.

Will the Rider’s home bench be on the west side of the stadium like it currently is?

Yes, home side will be the west side of the stadium and the visitor’s bench will be on the east side of the stadium.

Where can I find more information on 2016 Rider season tickets and prices?

Visit Riderville.com or call 1-888-474-3377 option 3.

Who do I contact if I have any additional questions?

Call 1-888-474-3377 option 3 or email tickets@saskriders.com to reach The Rider Ticket Office during normal business hours.

Founding Partners
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Saskatchewan Roughrider Corporate Partnership

The new Mosaic Stadium will provide Saskatchewan Roughrider corporate partners with unparalleled opportunities to link their brand to the new home of the Roughriders, and the centrepiece of Saskatchewan!

The stadium is being designed to maximize our partners’ ability to engage with our fans and strengthen ties to the province and Rider Nation. Mosaic Stadium will provide new physical assets that will offer opportunities for engagement, activation and brand presence. The assets include but are not limited to entrance gates, concourses, suites, lounges and visual-branding presence on the giant in-bowl video screen or one of the hundreds of monitors throughout the stadium. This iconic new facility will provide our partners with unprecedented ability to connect with customers, both locally and nationally.

Founding Partners - The Starting 12

The Roughriders have recently announced a $40 million Builder Campaign to support the Riders’ commitment to the construction costs of the new Mosaic Stadium. The foundation of the Builder Campaign will feature 12 Founding Partners – “The Starting 12.” This select group of corporate partners will receive lifelong recognition within the new facility and the ability to secure exclusive multi-year sponsorship and partnership assets, naming rights and other activation opportunities with our fans.
Founding Partners will also have access to premium hospitality areas, including suites and lounges that will provide an exclusive environment for building relationships with clients, vendors and preferred customers.

Founding Partners’ financial support for the stadium construction will include an upfront contribution to the Builder Campaign and an ongoing multi-year investment tied to branding, activation and rights to the Rider brand beyond the stadium and game days. Our recently announced naming rights partner, the Mosaic Company, has also become the first of our “Starting 12” Founding Partners.

The First Four

The Saskatchewan Roughriders announced today the first four of 12 Founding Partners: The Mosaic Company, SaskTel, Harvard Broadcasting – A Hill Company, and Capital Automotive Group. The 12 Founding Partners, known as “The Starting 12”, will provide support to the Roughriders construction commitment of over $40 million towards the new Mosaic Stadium. This select group of corporate partners receive lifelong recognition within the new facility and the ability to secure exclusive multi-year sponsorship and partnership assets, naming rights and other activation opportunities with our fans. Founding Partners will also have access to premium hospitality areas, including suites and lounges that will provide an exclusive environment for building relationships with clients, vendors and preferred customers.

Join The Team

In addition to the Founding Partner program, there will be multiple opportunities for the business community at large to contribute and be recognized for their support of this new facility.
This stadium is a unique meeting place in the province. To that end, the Club is developing opportunities for your business to participate in the stadium build and receive special incentives, access, and keepsakes in exchange for your financial contribution to the project. Details of how you and your organization can be involved will be released soon.

For more information on becoming a Founding Partner, or other partnership-related inquiries, please contact Steve Mazurak, stevem@saskriders.com