Found a little more info on the stadium:
REBELS ANNOUNCE MOVE TO NEW STADIUM
[i]Jan 21, 2008
(Langford, BC) Victoria Rebels President Roger Wade is pleased to announce the club will be moving west for the 2009 BC Junior Football season into their new home on the westshore in Langford, a suburb of Victoria. The announcement came at a press conference held to show off the new recreation facilities that include a 3000 permanent seat (and 7000 temporary) venue that will be home to the football Rebels, a new USL professional soccer team (Victoria Highlanders FC) and the training center for Rugby Canada and the National team. Also included in the $15 Million project is a new hockey arena, 16 lane bowling alley, playzone, ponds & trails, beaches at Langfod Lake, mini-golf and twin soccer/baseball fields next to the stadium. A proposed new high school is expected to be located adjacent to the stadium early next decade.
The stadium will be a fan-friendly, full size CFL all weather turf field with corporate suites, modern scoreboard, dressing rooms, trainers rooms, Coaches offices, state of the art concessions (that allow fans to order food & drinks while still viewing the game), storage areas and signage opportunities. The stadium will be built by the city of Langford and will have immediate revenue sharing opportunities for the club.
"The Rebels have enjoyed a tremendous history at old RAP, where I played 25 years ago, and this new facility will allow us to develop football in our region and participate in a much more generous revenue sharing program for the club", says an excited Wade. "We will move our entire operation to the westshore and now have a training facility second to none in our league. Of course, this will help recruiting, provide a much better entertainment package for our fan base and allow the team to increase revenues going forward. We can now bid on hosting major football events that can accomodate larger crowds and this area of Langford will be the hub of recreation in the region. It will also benefit youth and varsity football programs in the community."
Construction will start almost immediately with a scheduled opening of April 2009, celebrating the start of the USL soccer season that runs from April through mid July. The Rebels will be the major tenant from July through October and rugby will set up from October until March, making the venue a well used facility for sports fans on the lower island year round. All three organizations were on hand at the press conference and will work together to make the stadium a great place to watch high level sporting events.[/i]