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About

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    Mission Statment

    Anchored by our stadium and featuring our Western Canadian Baseball League franchise, we intend to build a sports and entertainment company noted for creating experiences that the residents of the Town of Sylvan Lake and the rest of central Alberta will be proud of for generations to come!

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    The Stadium

    H4 Sports and Entertainment Ltd., in partnership with the town of Sylvan Lake, is building a state of the art stadium at Pogadl Park in Sylvan Lake. The stadium will be the feature anchor tenant for the Town of Sylvan Lake’s future development, on the southwest corner of town and home to our Western Canadian Baseball League franchise. The stadium will attract additional fans by hosting other baseball tenants (ie. CCBC, Academy, U21 and U18 teams and non-baseball related special events (ie. concerts).

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    Coming Summer 2021

    We will be ready for the first pitch in the Western Canadian Baseball League for the 2021 season. The stadium will be built in a phased approach starting with Phase 1.
    Phase 1 will have 985 seats, of which 485 will be bucket seats and 500 bleacher style w/backs. This phase will also feature a berm above the 3rd base side which 400-500 paying fans will be able to sit and enjoy a game. The League

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    More Info

    YThe league can trace its roots back to 1931, via its predecessors. The Southern Baseball League existed from 1931 to 1974. The Northern Saskatchewan Baseball League existed from 1959 to 1974. The Saskatchewan Major Baseball League (SMBL) was formed in 1975 as a combination of the two predecessors. Three teams from each former league entered the new loop — the Eston Ramblers, Saskatoon Royals, and Unity Cardinals from the north and Moose Jaw Devons, Regina Red Sox, and Swift Current Indians from the south. The name was changed to the Western Major Baseball League in 2000 to reflect more teams playing in Alberta, as well as future expansion to British Columbia. In June 2018 it was announced that the league would adopt its current name for 2019 and beyond.

  • Sylvan Lake Gulls

    More Info

    The league can trace its roots back to 1931, via its predecessors. The Southern Baseball League existed from 1931 to 1974. The Northern Saskatchewan Baseball League existed from 1959 to 1974. The Saskatchewan Major Baseball League (SMBL) was formed in 1975 as a combination of the two predecessors. Three teams from each former league entered the new loop — the Eston Ramblers, Saskatoon Royals, and Unity Cardinals from the north and Moose Jaw Devons, Regina Red Sox, and Swift Current Indians from the south. The name was changed to the Western Major Baseball League in 2000 to reflect more teams playing in Alberta, as well as future expansion to British Columbia. In June 2018 it was announced that the league would adopt its current name for 2019 and beyond.

The Stadium

Renderings of the new stadium.

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