Kamloops Sports Facilities 

Kamloops, as Canada's Tournament Capital, has world-class sports facilities, experienced volunteers, expertly trained officials, great weather, and friendly people to ensure a smooth, successful, and fun event for everyone.


Facilities in Kamloops

Kamloops is home to multiple sporting facilities, having invested over $37 million into the construction of the Tournament Capital Centre, along with other major investments into renovating facilities such as McArthur Island Park, and Exhibition Park; Kamloops has well earned the title of being Canada's Tournament Capital and the premier host centre for tournaments and national/international competitions. 

Sports fields + opening dates 

  • Warner Rentals Field at Hillside Stadium (artificial field) - Opens March
  • Rugby pitch at Exhibition Park - Opens March/April
  • Minor baseball fields - Opens April
  • Slo-pitch fields - Opens April
  • Soccer fields - Opens April
  • All School District No. 73 fields - Opens April
  • Tournament Capital Ranch - March/April
  • The tennis and pickleball courts at Riverside and Exhibition Park - Opens March/April
  • All outdoor park and facility washrooms - March/April

While all nature trails are open for the season, snowmelt means that many of the trails are still muddy and prone to erosion. Please avoid muddy trails when possible until they dry up.

The City asks that residents please stay off of the sports fields and school fields until the start of the season to prevent any damage to the turf.  


Sports Facilities



Tournament Capital Centre (TCC)

910 McGill Road  |  (250) 828-3655

The Tournament Capital Centre is a facility next to Thompson Rivers University's campus. It hosts the Thompson Rivers WolfPack Basketball games. The Fieldhouse consists of an indoor 6 lane, 200-metre track surrounding three NBA size basketball courts and seating for 2,200 people. The Canada Games Pool is adjacent to the Fieldhouse with a leisure pool, lane pool and tots pool. There are 2 hot tubs and a sauna for public use.


Hillside Stadium

Dalhousie Drive  |  (250) 828-3655

A multi-purpose, fully lit stadium located next to Thompson Rivers University. It is the home of the WolfPack, Kamloops Broncos football team, and the Kamloops Excel soccer team.


McArthur Island Sport + Event Centre

Island Pkwy, Kamloops, BC  |  (250) 828-3551

Over 120 acres of sport and park facilities, various playing fields for soccer and softball, and indoor sports centre for curling, hockey speed skating and roller derby. Event space on the second floor for events and functions.


Norbrock Stadium 

1500 Island Pkwy​  |  (250) 828-3551

A professional-sized baseball field located at the McArthur Island Park. Built as a 1967 Canada Centennial project it seats approximately 1,500 spectators and brings multiple softball and baseball events to Kamloops each year.


Charles Anderson Stadium

1055 River Street​  |  (250) 828-3492

Exhibition Park is in a great location close to downtown, with well-maintained baseball fields, tennis courts, a soccer pitch and plenty of free parking. Exhibition Park and Charles Anderson Stadium are home to 2 lit diamonds with seating for 375 each, an Announcers Building/Media Centre, a Concession/Storage/Dressing room facilities, 2 additional full-size diamonds, 2 soccer fields, and 3 outdoor tennis courts.


Tournament Capital Ranch

5355 Southern Yellowhead Hwy​  |  (250) 828-3311

The Tournament Capital Ranch (TCR) Slo Pitch and Rugby facility. Situated on just over 300 acres, the TCR offers 8 slo-pitch diamonds at the national standards level, with 2 diamonds offering lights. Each diamond has seating for 250 spectators. There is an onsite concession, washrooms, meeting space, children's playground, a large patio and fenced areas for other special activities. The TCR is also home to the Kamloops Rugby Club with 2 international standards field.