Rogers Arena

Rogers Arena (Formerly known as General Motors Place), sponsored by  Rogers Communications, is an indoor arena at 800 Griffiths Way in  Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Completed in 1995 at a cost of  C$160 million in private financing, the arena is home to the Vancouver  Canucks of the NHL, and was formerly home to the Vancouver Ravens of the  NLL and the Vancouver Grizzlies of the NBA.  The arena seats 18,630 for  hockey. The arena replaced the Pacific Coliseum as the main venue for  events in Vancouver.

As host of the 2010 Olympic Games hockey tournament, Rogers Arena (formerly known as GM Place) was renamed Canada Hockey Place for the duration of the tournament.

Rogers Arena Parking Information and Tips

Rogers Arena (formerly known as GM Place) is within a 15 minute walk of more than 7,000 parking spots. This includes our own underground parkade, lot 987 which is accessible off of Griffiths Way, on the west side of the building. During non-event days, all surrounding Impark parking lots have parking machines except for Lot 315 which is pay by cell phone only. Disability parking is available in lot 315 located off of Carroll Street, one block east of Rogers Arena. We also have disabled parking spaces for vehicles under 6'6" high in our underground parkade, lot 987 at Rogers Arena. If you would like to reserve disabled parking underground, please call our Guests with Disabilities Hotline at 604.899.7445.

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