With the Montreal Impact joining Major League Soccer in 2012, the club is taking the necessary steps to try to make its home, Saputo Stadium, on par with some of the league's top facilities.
The Impact is putting $23 million into a stadium expansion, which will increase the park's capacity from 13,034 to 20,341 ahead of the team's first match in MLS.
Renovations are set to begin in May, with the completion date set for next March. The stadium will continue to be an open-air stadium, though a third of it will be covered by a new roof.
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