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Georgia St. And BC Place Stadium
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Completed in 1983, BC Place was the largest air supported roof at the time. After renovations in 2011, it became the largest cable supported retractable roof stadium.

The stadium is home to the BC Lions of the Canadian Football League, and the Vancouver Whitecaps FC of the North American Soccer League.

The stadium was also the location of the XXI Winter Olympics opening ceremony.

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Tags: british columbia; canada; vancouver; stadium; hockey; football; soccer; olympic; lions; whitecaps; grey cup; hall of fame
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