Updated January 3, 2015

Montreal is home to three major professional sports teams.

Canadiens logoLe Club de hockey Canadien de Montréal dates back to 1909. It was one of the most successful professional sports teams of the 20th century, having brought home 24 Stanley Cups between 1916 and 1993. Please see our Canadiens page for more details.

The team – also known as the Habs – is part of the Northeast Division of the Eastern Conference of the National Hockey League. The team marked its centennial at the beginning of December 2009.

The NHL hockey season starts with training camp and pre-season games in September. The regular season begins in October and runs till April, with the Stanley Cup playoffs finishing up in June. Game tickets can be bought at the Bell Centre box office, or call 514-790-2525 or toll-free at 1-877-668-8269.

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Alouettes logoThe Montreal Alouettes play in the East Division of the Canadian Football League. The annual championship is called the Grey Cup and the regular season is from July to November.

The Alouettes last won the Grey Cup in 2010.

The Alouettes play downtown at Molson Stadium, on Pine Avenue (avenue des Pins) beside McGill University. Major playoff games would be held at the Olympic stadium.

Game tickets can be bought by calling 514-871-BALL (871-2255) or faxing 514-871-2277.

Alouettes official site
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Impact logoThe Impact de Montréal soccer team plays in the North American top tier, Major League Soccer. The team was founded in in 1993 by the Saputo family.

Games are played at Saputo Stadium in the Olympic park. Tickets: 514-328-3668 or email ticketing@impactmontreal.com

Impact de Montréal official site
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