BMO Field - Toronto FC

BMO Field In Toronto, Canada

BMO Stadium.

Team: Toronto FC

Address: 170 Princes' Blvd, Toronto, ON M6K 3C3, Canada

Capacity: 27,456 (Canadian football); 30,000 (soccer); (expandable to 40,000)

Opened: 2007

Toronto FC have some of the most passionate fans in Major League Soccer and have made their home ground, BMO Field, into a fiery and intimidating cauldron.

BMO is Canada's first soccer-specific stadium and cost CN$ 63 million dollars to build.

When the stadium first opened, BMO Field held 12 games for the FIFA U-20 World Cup and the ground has also hosted the MLS Cup in 2010. If Toronto is confirmed as a venue for the 2026 World Cup to be hosted by Mexico, the USA, and Canada there are plans to expand the stadium to a capacity of 45,500.

BMO Stadium, Toronto.

Toronto FC's many fan groups, such as the Southend Supporters, Red Patch Boys U-Sector, Kings in the North, Original 109 and Tribal Rhythm Nation occupy different parts of the ground.

Toronto Fan Group
Toronto Fan Group
Toronto Fan Group

The Modern facility is owned by the City of Toronto, and managed by Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment.

BMO is in the name as the naming rights are held by the Bank of Montreal.

Photos of BMO Stadium by Meg Meng 

How to Get To BMO Field

BMO Stadium, Canada.

Toronto FC Fans can venture over to to BMO Field by bus, subway, train or streetcar. These are the lines and routes that have stops nearby and the options are quite regular.

BMO Field has a GO station very close to the grounds. The Go station's name is is 'Exhibition'.

This accessible station is just one stop west of Union Station.

Fans can also take the following buses 29, 402, 63, 72. While fans who take the train or subway then they can take train: LW or Subway: 1 + 2.

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