Mosaic Stadium at Taylor Field
Taylor Field is an open-air sports stadium located in Regina, Saskatchewan, which was used primarily to play Canadian football. It was the full-time home of the Canadian Football League's Saskatchewan Roughriders from its initial establishment as complete stadium in 1936 until 2016, although the team was playing some of its games at the site as early as 1921. Originally designed to house baseball as well as football, the stadium was converted to a football-only facility in 1966.
Mosaic Stadium at Taylor Field was also the home field for the University of Regina Rams, who play in U Sports' Canada West conference, the Regina Thunder, who play in the Canadian Junior Football League; and the Regina Riot of the Western Women's Canadian Football League. The field was also used to play high school football. It is owned and managed by the city of Regina. The field is artificial turf and, as of 2012, a seating capacity of 32,848.
The stadium closed after the 2016 season, as the new Mosaic Stadium was completed in 2016, and will become the Roughriders' home field beginning in 2017. The old stadium is currently slated to be demolished with the site being converted into a mixed use development.