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Bank of Montreal
Located at Exhibition Place in Toronto, BMO Field is Canada’s first-ever football-specific stadium, and is home to the country’s first MLS club, Toronto FC. It also plays host to the Toronto Argonauts of the Canadian Football League, as well as staging music concerts. It cost $62.9m to build, and was funded by a public partnership between Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment Ltd. and three levels of government. The naming rights are owned by the Bank of Montreal, commonly branded as BMO.
Since opening in 2007, BMO Field has hosted several major events, the first of which was the 2007 FIFA Under-20 World Cup. It has also become the home venue for Canada’s national rugby team, as well as hosting various lacrosse and hockey matches.
The stadium underwent a series of major renovations from 2014 to 2016, with an upper deck added to the east grandstand, a roof over the seating areas and a lengthened field all part of the upgrade.
The club’s official supporters’ groups include the Red Patch Boys, Kings in the North, Original 109, U-Sector, and Tribal Rhythm Nation. Toronto FC’s rivals include SC Montreal, Vancouver Whitecaps and Columbus Crew SC.
Season tickets, mobile ticketing, premium seats, premium suites and group tickets can be found here.
Official club website
Toronto FC fixture list
Two public transport options are ideal for getting to BMO Field; GO Train and Toronto Transit Commission (TTC).
BMO Field has a GO station located just outside of the grounds. The station name is Exhibition and is one stop west of Union Station on the Lakeshore East-West lines.
Toronto Transit Commission (TTC)
From Union Station on the Yonge-University subway line: From Union Station, board the 509 Harbourfront Streetcar towards Fleet Loop. Transfer to 509/511 Replacement Bus towards Lake Shore and Bathurst. Depart and head South on Bastion St, turn left at Fleet ST. Depart and head South on Nova Scotia Ave.
From Bathurst Station on the Bloor subway line: From Bathurst Station, board the #511 Streetcar towards Fleet Loop. Transfer to 509/511 Replacement Bus towards Lake Shore and Bathurst. Depart and head South on Bastion St, turn left at Fleet St. Depart and head South on Nova Scotia Ave.
From Dufferin Station on the Bloor subway line: From Dufferin Station, board the #29 bus south to Exhibition. Service will increase & operate between Dufferin Station and Exhibition every few minutes. Service at Exhibition will terminate at all times at Dufferin Gate Loop.
From the airport: Take 427 south and merge onto Gardiner Expressway E via the exit on the left. Take the Lake Shore Blvd W. exit. Turn left onto Ontario Dr.
From the East: Take 401 west to DVP south – exit at Gardiner and go west, exit Lake Shore Blvd/Spadina Ave – take Lake Shore Blvd west. Turn right onto Ontario Dr.
From the West: Take Gardiner Expy E toward Toronto. Take the Lake Shore Blvd W. exit. Turn left onto Ontario Dr.
From the North: Take 400 South to HWY-401. Take HWY-401 W exit to HWY-427 S exit toward Q.E.W. Merge onto Gardiner Expy E via the exit on the left. Take Lake Shore Blvd W. exit. Turn left onto Ontario Dr.
The majority of Toronto’s hotels can be found downtown, but there are a handful of venues that can play host to guests who are in town for a Toronto FC match. They include Hotel X Toronto by Library Hotel Collection, with prices starting around $232 per night. Also nearby is The Drake Hotel at $177, while slightly further afield is West Queen West Hotel – Toronto, whose prices start at around $64.
Located throughout BMO Field are a number of food and drink outlets. Real Sports at the Game can be found at the top of section 106, and King Club at the top of section 107. At sections 108, 123 and 207 is Panini, with Pizza Pizza available at sections 108, 109, 115, 121, 127 and 209. Fan Favourites meanwhile can be found at sections 108, 115, 127 and 204.