In the East, Hamilton is great in that one's seat is close to the game. Molson Stadium in Montreal is superb- again one is very close to the game. The only negative here is the small size which is presently due to be changed with addition of 4000 seats. Molson stadium is exceptional with respect to its distance to down town Montreal- a 15 minute walk from the stadium and one reaches St Catharines Street , and Crescent Street which is alive with great bars, taverns and Ben's smoked meat restaurant etc etc . If a few guys go to the stadium Montreal,s downtown is the place to have after game discussions. When TSN broadcasts the Als games they frequently televise shots of its downtown location. Finally, there is great transportation to various areas of the city via the subway which is connected to bus transportation to the more outlining ares of Montreal. Most fans leave their car at home and use the subway for the journey.
With respect to the worst places to watch a game, the Olympic Stadium is one of the worst places to view a game due to it's vast round size. Many of the seats are not close to the game and, it does not have the great atmosphere of Molson stadium. However, because of its size, this stadium is a great place to house the Grey Cup games. It will accomodate 60,000 plus and can be reached by the subway and other transportation. It now has a permanent roof and, fans are assured they will have great weather condidions.
Because of this I believe the Grey Cup games should be restricted to roofed stadiums. I can recall a game In Calgary where the weather conditions were ghastly and, were the main factor in an Als loss. In " warm " southern Ontario I can recall another GC game in Hamilton that was held in a snow storm, blinding, freezing, windy conditions where scrapers were required to continually shovel snow away from the yard markers.
To conclude, Montreal has the best stadium for football and, one of the three best stadiums for the Grey Cup game. Vive Montreal.