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Gold Medal Game: LDBA 3 EOBA 2
Bronze Medal Game: COBA 2 SPBA 1
City Wide Sports Park
City Wide Sports Park consists of two baseball diamonds, two soccer fields and two football fields. Home to many local youth teams, these fields allow for a great athlete and spectator experience.
Dan Pulham Field
Nestled at the corner of Windermere and Adelaide, Dan Pulham Field, named after former LDSB President, is the current home of the London District Baseball Association and the London Badgers Baseball Club.
Labatt Memorial Park
Built in 1877, Labatt Memorial Park is the world's oldest continuously operating baseball park. This open-air, natural-grass park has been in constant use for the past 140 years hosting minor, senior and professional league players. Nestled in the heart of downtown London with views of the city skyline, this 5200 capacity stadium was voted "Canada's Favourite Ballpark" in 2011 by Baseball Canada. Labatt Park is home to the London Majors Baseball Club.
Norm Aldridge Field
Located at the Stronach Community Recreation Centre, Norm Aldridge Field is a natural-grass baseball diamond built for the 2001 Canada Summer Games. The field was modelled after the exact dimensions of Labatt Park and is named after longtime London Sportsman Norman James Aldridge.
City Wide Sports Park: Free, located as you arrive to the venue.
Dan Pulham Field: Free, located along Windermere east of Adelaide.
Labatt Memorial Park: Limited paid parking is available at the Kiwanis Centre on Riverside Drive. Additional paid parking is available at the municapal lots near Budweiser Gardens and Museum London.
Norm Aldridge Field: Free parking located as you arrive at Stronach Arena and Community Centre.