|Location||6850 88 Street, Edmonton, Alberta|
|Operator||Argyll Velodrome Association|
|Field size||333.33 m (1,093.6 ft) x 7 m (23 ft)|
|Closed||September 1989 - August 1996|
The velodrome was built for the 1978 Commonwealth Games and later also hosted the track cycling competitions at the 1983 Summer Universiade. The velodrome was closed between September 1989 and August 1996. Later it hosted the 2001 National Track Cycling Championships and 2005 World Masters' Games. In September 2007 Edmonton unveiled plans to build a new velodrome to replace the Argyll Velodrome. In October 2012 the city council approved the proposal for an indoor track for the Coronation area.
- Argyll Velodrome. Argyll Velodrome. Retrieved on 2012-01-13.
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- AVA. A Brief History of the Argyll Velodrome: Outdoor to Indoor. Accessed 3 March 2016.