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Take your CF Montréal experience to the next level with the MILK2GO ACTIVE ZONE!

*Video only available in French

What is the Milk2Go
Active Zone?

Located between sections 116 to 118 of the Stade Saputo, the MILK2GO ACTIVE ZONE is the perfect place for the fans to stretch their legs and live the Milk2Go experience while keeping an eye on the game.

Milk2Go Active Zone
Milk2Go Active Zone

Relaxing & Fun Family Environment

Enter the MILK2GO ACTIVE ZONE on the main floor and dive into a playful atmosphere designed to ignite your sense of fun!

Put your coordination and speed to the test with the BuzzLight game or run in the giant Milk2Go wheel and see how many turns you can complete in 30 seconds! Until July 20th, every participant will have a chance to win a trip for 4 to attend a CF Montréal away game in Cincinnati!
*Some conditions apply. The winner will be contacted directly.

Milk2Go Active Zone
Milk2Go Active Zone

Check out the Mezzanine for Next Level Family Fun!

Located on the second floor and reserved for MILK2GO ACTIVE ZONE ticket holders, the mezzanine is sure to delight young and old this year with its different games and chilling area. 
Take part in an interactive game with 11 goal-shooting challenges, and let your imagination run wild on the creative wall where you can design a Milk2Go flavour of your making. 

Milk2Go Active Zone
Milk2Go Active Zone

Checkout The Milk2go Active Zone

Why not take advantage of your visit in the MILK2GO ACTIVE ZONE to discover our products and enjoy the game! Keep an eye out for our limited-edition flavours available during select games of the 2024 season. Checkout the MILK2GO ACTIVE ZONE in sections 116 to 118!

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About CF Montréal

CF Montréal is a Canadian professional soccer team that began in 1993. In 2021, they play their tenth season in the MLS, the highest soccer league in North America. After qualifying for the MLS Cup Playoffs in 2013, 2015, 2016 and 2020, CF Montréal made it to the Eastern Conference Semifinals in 2015 and the Eastern Conference Finals in 2016.

Formerly playing in the Second Division, the Montreal club won three Series Championships (1994, 2004 and 2009), five Regular Season Championships (1995, 1996, 1997, 2005 and 2006) and the Canadian Championship in 2008.

The club also runs U23, U19, U17, U15, U14, U13, U12, U11, U10 and U9 programs, as well as its own sports-study program.