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TIMELAPSE: Bombers' home opener at Investors Group Field

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Watch a timelapse video of the opening of the new Blue Bombers stadium made with over 10,000 still images from around Investors Group Field on June 27, 2013.

Can you spot yourself in the crowd?

This is a sequel to our first stadium timelapse video. If you missed the timelapse of the final game at Canad Inns Stadium, watch it here.

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Watch a timelapse video of the opening of the new Blue Bombers stadium made with over 10,000 still images from around Investors Group Field on June 27, 2013.

Can you spot yourself in the crowd?

The crowd at the inaugural regular season game at Investors Group Field in Winnipeg on June 27, 2013.

MELISSA TAIT / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS

The crowd at the inaugural regular season game at Investors Group Field in Winnipeg on June 27, 2013. Purchase Photo Print

This is a sequel to our first stadium timelapse video. If you missed the timelapse of the final game at Canad Inns Stadium, watch it here.

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