Tim Hortons-Brady Centre

Former Names

Brady Centre


9 Brady Court Southeast London, Ontario

Broke Ground

January 1, 1960


August 17, 1965


Tim Hortons Inc.


The Brady Family

Construction cost

$3.66m (Canadian dollars)


Kristof Brady

Structural engineer

David DeFlash

General contractor

Sloam Designs

The Tim Hortons-Brady Centre, also just known as the [{Brady Centre]] is a multi-purpse indoor arena located in the suburbs of London, Ontario, Canada. It is home of the CHL's London Settlers and of the London Fighters, a team that will be soon joinging the Men's Proffesional Lacrosse League. Formerly, the stadium, as well as the Settlers, belonged to the Brady family, but Tim Hortons, a fast food restaraunt, bought out the stadium prior to the 2012-13 CHL season, resulting in the name change. However, the stadium is still operated by the Bradys.