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The Alouettes move to Saint-Jerome

The Alouettes move to Saint-Jerome

The Montreal Alouettes will hold their next three training camps in Saint-Jerome.

The Canadian Football League (CFL) club and the city made the announcement during a press conference held Monday.

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“We are very excited to come and be based in Saint-Jerome for our training camp next spring. “All fans from the North Shore, as well as from the greater Montreal area, located just 45 minutes away, will have the opportunity to follow practices and the entire training camp from the front row,” noted the president and manager. Alouettes CEO Mark Whitman said in a press release.

“City have shown first-class dynamism and adaptability to be able to welcome our players as well as all football operations staff. We are all excited to be training in a very professional environment. The high-quality facilities of Saint-Jérôme Municipal will allow our footballers to prepare in ideal conditions to achieve success once again.” Another one in 2024. We are all very keen to come and meet our fans at this important moment of the season.

“The arrival of the Alouettes to Saint-Jerome provides us with a fantastic opportunity to welcome a professional team, but it will also be an opportunity to offer a range of activities for young people, including player-led conferences in schools. “I thank the Alouettes organization for this great sign of confidence, and I invite residents to come and try their hand at football.” Professionalism in the spring of 2024. Alouette, welcome to our home, to your second home,” for his part, announced the Mayor of St. Louis. – Jerome, Marc Bourcier.

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For the past two years, the Alouettes have held their training camp in Trois-Rivières. The initiative to travel across Quebec for this major season-long event is part of owner Pierre-Carl Péladeau’s desire to make the club an all-province team.