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Community owned and operated since 1949, the Edmonton Elks have made it a priority to play a vital role in building the Edmonton community. Through appearances, donations and charity initiatives such as Project $2 Million, the Elks organization are committed to bettering the future of the city that we are proud to call home. Edmonton: Our Team. Our City.
Get your general admission tickets in the brand new Coors Light Party Deck and Bacardi Party Deck. These limited-seating, standing party areas are located in the lower-bowl end zone for a game experience like no other.
For more information on the Party Deck, visit GoElks.com
Commonwealth Stadium boasts 22 luxury suites with interior and exterior seating available. Jackie Parker’s Room and the Quarterback Club offer advanced multimedia and audio systems, as well as food and beverage services. Each area can accommodate up to 300 people for event hosting. Find out how to book these venues for your next gathering.
All premium seating options include:
To purchase premium seating, call 780-508-8506 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your game day ticket is valid on LRT or regular ETS bus service for 2 hours before the game, during the game, and two hours after the game ends. Visit Football Park & Ride for more information.
Stadium A-Z Guide
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Food & Beverage
For more information about Concession and Food services at Edmonton Elks home games and all Commonwealth Stadium events
Know Before You Go!
What should you bring to game? And what should you leave at home? Learn more about Safety and Security at Commonwealth Stadium for Edmonton Elks games
Commonwealth Stadium and the City of Edmonton offer Bike Valet service for major events at the Stadium. This is a free bike valet service for all Edmonton Elks home games. The new bike valet service is located at the northeast corner of Clarke Stadium between the Commonwealth Community Recreation Centre field house and the blue bleachers at Clarke.
The courtesy bike valet opens 1 hour before the regular season game's scheduled start time and closes one hour after the game ends. Bicycle helmets can be stored with your bike at the bike valet.
Commonwealth Stadium has a no bag policy for all guests attending events at the venue to make entry faster, safer and easier for everyone.
The Edmonton Elks will strive to provide a fun, safe and fan-focused game day experience for all Elks home games at Commonwealth Stadium. Commonwealth Stadium and The Edmonton Elks Football Club are committed to a safe and respectful stadium environment and game day experience that respects the rights of each fan, game day staff, along with the opposing team’s players and fans.
Please be courteous and respectful to those seated around you and refrain from behaviour that interferes with others’ ability to enjoy the event.
All fans are expected to abide by the standards of behaviour as outlined in our Fan Code of Conduct.
Each event patron is responsible for their conduct. Stadium staff will strive to maintain an atmosphere where all fans in attendance can enjoy the event free from the above behaviours. Event patrons in violation of these provisions may be subject to ejection, arrest and loss of ticket privileges for future events. Commonwealth Stadium management and security reserve the right to deem an act or exhibited behaviour as inappropriate and take action, based on available information and circumstances.
If the behaviour of a fan or fans around you becomes disruptive or violates the Fan Code of Conduct, the incident should be reported to the nearest usher, Stadium Security or City of Edmonton Police Service member. To report an incident anonymously during an ELKS game or event, please call the Guest Text Assist line.
As proud members of the Canadian Football League, the Edmonton Elks have a tradition of excellence that includes 14 Grey Cup championships. Many of the game’s greatest players have worn Green and Gold, and the most esteemed coaches have patrolled the sidelines at Commonwealth Stadium, where more than 40 names are enshrined on the Wall of Honour.
The Edmonton Elks are the most successful franchise of the Canadian Football League modern era. Founded in 1949, the team, known for their Green and Gold colours, are 14-time Grey Cup champions, including the historic five-in-a-row from 1978 to 1982. Through our unwavering commitment to integrity, accessibility and passion, the Elks deliver a sports and entertainment experience worthy of champions. As a community-owned team, we strive to make a positive and meaningful impact in the community and are committed to the development of amateur football across Northern Alberta.