Ottawa Champions

About RCGT Park

The Ottawa Champions will open up their third season at Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton Park on May 18th, 2017 against the Trois-Rivieres Aigles, and they will do it as defending Can-Am League champions after winning the championship in five games over the Rockland Boulders in September 2016.

Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton, a leading assurance, tax and advisory firm, signed a multi-year agreement with the Ottawa Champions Baseball Club in 2015 for the exclusive naming rights to the park.

Can-Am: Regular Season Game between the Québec Capitales and the Ottawa Champions held on Sept. 05, 2016 at Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton Parc. Photo: Marc Lafleur
Prior to the inaugural season, the City of Ottawa invested $2 million into improvements for Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton Park including refurbished suites and other fan-facing aspects to improve the fan experience at the park.

Quick Facts
Year Constructed: 1993
Capacity: 10,332

Field dimensions:
Left Field – 325ft (99m)
Centre Field – 404ft (123m)
Right Field – 325ft (99m)
Alleys – 380ft (120m)

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