What are the games like?
Depends on the opponent but usually deccently loud and alot of fun, a huge chunk of people just chill in the concourse drinking and eating and dont even watch the game though
The atmosphere at THF is really fun. There are lots of different areas of the stadium to visit (the above concourses, "The Stipley" bar, etc), gets pretty loud, especially if we're playing the blew team on Labour Day, It's right in the middle of a residential area, so people tailgate on their lawns, you can usually park in people's driveways/lawns across the street from the stadium (for a fee - it's been a "thing" for decades), There is an "offcial" tailgating area in Parking Lot "E", lots of in-game promotions, etc.
Honestly, the Grey Cup game was a pretty fair representation of what a game at THF is like.
Also, it it just a coincidence that the team has "come to terms" with Micah Johnson and a person with "johnson" in their username joins? If my Spidey Senses are telling me the truth, and it's more than a "simple coincidence", then that's amazing.
Don't wear enemy colours and you will have a fabulous day at the park.
You'll want to be in Hamilton for the regular season 'Grey Cup rematch' game (which for some reason ISN'T the opening game this year). Mark Sept 17th on your calendar. Tim Horton's Field will be rockin'.
THF provides a fantastic game day experience.
And that extends to mostly all ages. There have been complaints from those on the "oldest" end of the age spectrum (food isn't good, speakers are too loud, people don't remain in their seats, etc) but overall just about everyone loves the game day experience.
Anything is possible but Johnson is a really common name.
I'd say your guess would be more bulletproof if the new user's name was Katsantonis2021.
You can call me Ray
Or you can call me Jay
But you don't have to call me Johnson
If anyone is old enough to remember that schtick
I pictured his hat right away.
Tim Hortons field is a great place to watch a game. It is a fun day .
I splurged this year and bought Club level seats a couple of times and it was even better.
One of the best pro experiences, IMO. Enthusiastic, friendly fans in a neighborhood setting. Not at all like some get-‘em-in-and-out venues.
Cool its close to several leagues in the usa.
Hmmmm.... "Game Atmosphere"
I find that the atmosphere is usually around:
78 percent nitrogen,
21 percent oxygen,
0.93 percent Argon,
0.04 percent carbon dioxide,
as well as trace amounts of neon, helium, methane, krypton, ozone and hydrogen.
Oh, and there's water vapour.
It's a great atmosphere. Probably more off field things going on now than every before to keep people like my daughter entertained who will go to a game, but never watch one on television.
One thing I would like is a friendly PSA once or twice during games to ask fans not to move in and out of their seats when the ball is in play. I think that courtesy still exists in NHL arenas. It would certainly improve my experience.