Throwing Objects/Projectiles

Throwing objects within the building or onto the playing surface is strictly prohibited. Fans found throwing items will be ejected and will have their tickets revoked with no compensation and could be subject to arrest. Please see “Code of Conduct”.


Ricoh Coliseum has numerous payphones located around the building. They can be found outside the ticket office, behind section 101, 110, 113 and on the upper concourse at sections 115 and 117.


Ricoh Coliseum suites are available for rent on an event-by-event basis. Any of our 38 suites are perfect for entertaining clients, rewarding staff, or socializing with friends and family. Our team is committed to providing the best in comfort, convenience,…

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Fans are advised to arrive early as all fans, bags, jackets and other possessions may be subject to search prior to gaining admission to the venue. Some events may involve pat-down searches. Pat-downs will only be performed by qualified designated…

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Press Box

Seating in the press box is limited and reserved for working accredited members of the media, visiting team, league scouts and staff.


Ricoh Coliseum and Toronto Marlies administration offices are located in the southwest corner of Ricoh Coliseum. Standard business hours are Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm. Both offices can be reached by calling 416-263-3900.

Nut Allergies

Ricoh Coliseum concession stands and vendors sell peanuts and other nut products throughout the building. Ricoh Coliseum does not have areas free from nut products and as a result, we recommend that those with nut allergies exercise caution if attending…

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Media Access

All media must have appropriate credentials which should be arranged through the team or event promoter. Please note that the media entrance may change for some events. Please check when inquiring about credentials.