Wfcu Centre

Windsor, ON - Arena

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The WFCU Centre, which is owned by the City of Windsor, is a $72 million multi-purpose sports and entertainment complex that opened its doors in 2009. The Centre is home to the OHL's Windsor Spitfires, the NBLC's Windsor Express and seats up to 6,500 fans. In addition to hockey and basketball, the venue accommodates other events such as concerts, family shows, as well as trade and consumer shows. Conveniently located in the East side of the City, The WFCU Centre provides the Windsor area with a first-class gathering place for sports, entertainment, and community events.

Venue Snapshot

Spectra Divisions

Food Services & Hospitality
Venue Management


8787 McHugh St
Windsor, ON N8S 0A1

Services Provided

  • Pre-Opening
  • Consulting (venue or food)
  • Complete Venue Management Services
  • Spectra Food Services & Hospitality

Venue Facts

  • The Spectra team at the WFCU Centre provides our client and the arena with the ability to utilize the main bowl in a number of different ways: Hockey with the Spitfires, Basketball and floor seating with the Express, A variety of concert and event set-ups, and floor plans, and In-house food and beverage.

Notable Events & Accomplishments

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Notable Venue Information

  • Between Windsor Spitfires hockey games, Windsor Express basketball games, and Spectra's shows and concerts the WFCU has had 1.7 million people through our doors since opening. Fun Facts include 222,000 hotdogs sold, 228,000 soft drinks sold, 115,000 popcorn sold, 3,239766 ounces of beer poured through draft units.

  • WFCU Centre has hosted a wide range of events over the past 10 years, some of our most memorable shows include: Carrie Underwood, Elton John, Arcade Fire, Blue Man Group, Cirque du Sole, Jerry Seinfeld, Gerry D. Being a top-notch sports facility, WFCU Centre has also had the privilege to host some amazing sporting events as well, some of these include: 2009 Special Olympic, 2013 NHL Alumni. 2016 FINA World Swimming Championship, 2017 Memorial Cup.