|Capacity||Stadium Court: 12,500; Concerts: 1,000 - 14,000|
Aviva Centre is a tennis stadium in Toronto, Ontario, located on the premises of the York University in North York. It was formerly known as Rexall Centre. "The Stadium Court" is the largest stadium at the tennis complex. The Aviva Centre is the venue for the Rogers Cup (held annually), presented by the National Bank. It was built in 2004, and the main venue can hold around 12,500 spectators. Apart from this, there are 11 other small courts next to the stadium. All of these courts use the DecoTurf cushioned acrylic surface. The Aviva Centre has 39 executive suites and 2 party suites. It serves as a year-round training tennis facility and also a center for seasonal concerts.