Saskatchewan Roughriders: 1950 to Present
TAYLOR FIELD, Regina (1946-Present)
Capacity: 27,732
Named after Neil J. "Piffles'' Taylor.  Taylor was prominent in rugby and football in Regina as a player, coach, and administrator.  After playing for the Regina Rugby Club in 1915, he joined the Royal Flying Corps as a pilot and fought in World War I.  Despite a year spent as a prisoner of war and the loss of an eye, he returned to rubgy, playing from 1919 to 1922.  He subsequently became a lawyer and city alderman.  He also served as president of the Regina Roughriders, of the Canadian Rugby Union, and of the Western Interprovincial Football Union.  Shortly before his death in 1947, he was awarded the Order of the British Empire.
Note: According to Muncey & Suppes' "" website, from 1910 to 1916, the Riders played at Dominion Park.  After the war, they played from 1919-c.1922 at the Exhibition Grounds, before moving to Park Hughes c. 1923.  This was supposedly located right next to Taylor Field.  In 1928, they moved to Park de Young, which was renamed TAYLOR FIELD in 1947.
The largest regular season one-game attendance of 55,438 occurred Oct 14, 1995 when the Roughriders defeated the Calgary Stampeders 25-23, .
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Taylor Field, Regina