WATCH: Crews bring down clubhouse at Saskatoon Minor Football Field

WATCH ABOVE: After 55 years, the clubhouse at Saskatoon Minor Football Field is no more as crews tore down the building Wednesday morning.

SASKATOON – It went out with a bang. After 55 years of service, the original clubhouse at Saskatoon Minor Football Field at Gordie Howe Bowl met its demise at the hands of a demolition crew Wednesday morning.

A small group of people gathered to watch the event as the building was torn apart.

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The old clubhouse will be replaced with a new one that is currently under construction.

Once compete, the 12,000 square foot clubhouse with have a healthy snack concession, storage for field equipment and brand new locker rooms. The second floor will house offices, along with a multi-purpose room with an outdoor balcony overlooking the action on the field.

It’s part of a multi-million dollar revitalization project that aims to modernize the facility and turn the bowl into a CFL regulation field.

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Calvin To contributed to this story

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