Alexander Park was a venue for amateur soccer in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Built in 1953, the site was located near the corner of Empress Street and St. Matthews Avenue, and formed part of a sports complex which included the Winnipeg Arena, Winnipeg Velodrome, and Canad Inns Stadium.[1]

Alexander Park was a single field outdoor facility with a small grandstand which operated until 1988, when the Winnipeg Soccer Complex was built on Waverley Street. In 1992 plans were developed by UMA Engineering Ltd. to upgrade the existing park with a maintenance/canteen building and parking lot. These planned upgrades never materialized. The field sat vacant for ten years until a Home Depot store was built on the site in 1998.


Coordinates: 49°53′25″N 97°11′42″W / 49.8902°N 97.1949°W / 49.8902; -97.1949

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