Naming Rights

Naming Rights

Brampton Soccer Centre to be renamed Save Max Sports Centre!

City finalizes first-ever Naming Rights Agreement. 

The Brampton Soccer Centre, located at 1495 Sandalwood Parkway East, will soon have a new name – Save Max Sports Centre. City Council approved a 15-year agreement between the City of Brampton and Save Max Real Estate Inc. for exterior naming rights to the Brampton Soccer Centre. 


​​Ext​erior Facility Naming Opportunities​

In March 2019, Brampton City Council approved a short list of City facilities for the sale of naming rights as part of adopting a citywide sponsorship strategy and an updated Sponsorship and Naming Rights Policy

Below is th​e list of exterior naming rights opportunities available. 

Contact​ to learn more and to express your interest in a specific facility today!                           

Gore Meadows Community Centre

The Gore Meadows Centre is a newer facility achieving LEED® Gold certification for outstanding environmental sustainability design. Located at the northeast end of the city, north of Castlemore Road on Gore Road, the centre features amenities such as indoor pools, a gymnasium, a fitness centre, a youth lounge, a library, outdoor basketball courts, a playground, and an ice rink. The facility averages 60,000 visitors per month. Take a virtual tour of the Gore Meadows Community Centre.

Plans are currently underway to enhance the grounds surrounding the community centre, called the Gore Meadows East Community Park​, which will include an enhanced skate park, an activity hub, cricket amenities and other sports amenities. Set to be the latest Brampton destination park, the Community Park will feature modern design and construction, and provide increased access to innovative play structures and recreational amenities for residents of all ages and abilities.


Lester B. Pearson Theatre

Located within the Civic Centre at Queen Street and Central Park Drive and across from Brampton’s largest indoor shopping centre, Bramalea City Centre. This newly renovated space has a history of 46-years, and is home to many community productions. The recent renovation of LBP has made the 400-seat space more accessible, and user-friendly to local artists, curators and community groups. Take a virtual tour of the newly renovated Lester B. Pearson Theatre.