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Take a tour of Investors Group Field

The newly named Investors Group Field continues to grow in size as more concrete is poured and steel is put in place, but the concession and suite areas of new stadium are also taking shape. On Wednesday, the Free Press got a chance to go inside the huge structure.

The open concept main concourse, private suites and upper concourse are all in place on the northeast side of the stadium and crews will spend much of the winter completing those areas.

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The newly named Investors Group Field continues to grow in size as more concrete is poured and steel is put in place, but the concession and suite areas of new stadium are also taking shape. On Wednesday, the Free Press got a chance to go inside the huge structure.

The open concept main concourse, private suites and upper concourse are all in place on the northeast side of the stadium and crews will spend much of the winter completing those areas.

The new stadium called Investors Group Field under construction on the University of Manitoba Fort Garry campus.

WAYNE GLOWACKI / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS

The new stadium called Investors Group Field under construction on the University of Manitoba Fort Garry campus. Purchase Photo Print

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Get a glimpse of the Investors Group Field, soon to be home to the Winnipeg Blue Bombers

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