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BMO Field, Exhibition Place, Toronto. (Initial) Capacity 21,800. BMO is the 5th stadium to be built on this site over the years. It was built as part of Canada’s (successful) bid to host the 2007 FIFA U-20 World Cup.

BMO Field was expanded in 2015 and 2016 when the stadium underwent a series of major renovations, which added an upper deck to the east grandstand, a roof over the seating areas and lengthened the field to make it suitable for hosting Canadian football (Toronto Argonauts play here now too). It has a current capacity of 30,991.

The stadium is owned by the City of Toronto and managed by Maple Leaf sports and Entertainment. The stadium naming rights are currently held by Bank of Montreal who have continued this since the stadium first opened in 2007.

Played Won Drawn Lost Scored Conceded Goal Diff
312 148
(47.4%)
81
(26.0%)
83
(26.6%)
500
(1.60 pg)
362
(1.16 pg)
+138

Most Appearances
Jonathan Osorio (158 appearances)

Position: MidfieldCame to TFC: Feb 28, 2013Came from: TFC AcademyOther Career Clubs: SC Toronto, Club National de Uruguay...


Top Scorer
Jozy Altidore (50 goals)

Jozy began his professional career with the then MetroStars (now New York Red Bulls) after being selected seventeenth overall in the 2006 MLS SuperDraft. In two seasons, Altidore made a combined 41 appearances, scoring 16 goals in MLS regular season and playoff matches. He was transferred to La Liga side Villarreal CF on June 4, 2008. Altidore became the first American player to score in La Liga, when he scored against Athletic Bilbao on November 1, 2008. In January 2009, he was loaned t...


Photos from through the years go here.


BMO Field

170 Princes Blvd
Toronto, Ontario
M6K 3C3

Capacity: 30991