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Date & Time Event Venue & Location Tickets
Sat27 Jul08:00:PM BMO Field,Toronto,ONToronto FC vs. FC Cincinnati
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Sat03 Aug07:00:PM Red Bull Arena - NJ,Harrison,NJNew York Red Bulls vs. Toronto FC
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Sat10 Aug07:30:PM BMO Field,Toronto,ONToronto FC vs. Orlando City SC
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Wed14 Aug03:30:AM BMO Field,Toronto,ON2019 Canadian Championship Semifinals: Toronto FC vs. TBD - Second Leg
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Sat17 Aug07:30:PM Mapfre Stadium,Columbus,OHColumbus Crew SC vs. Toronto FC
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Sat24 Aug07:30:PM BMO Field,Toronto,ONToronto FC vs. Montreal Impact
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Sat31 Aug07:30:PM Gillette Stadium,Foxborough,MANew England Revolution vs. Toronto FC
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Sat07 Sep07:30:PM Nippert Stadium,Cincinnati,OHFC Cincinnati vs. Toronto FC
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Wed11 Sep07:00:PM Yankee Stadium,Bronx,NYNew York City FC vs. Toronto FC
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Sat21 Sep07:30:PM Banc of California Stadium,Los Angeles,CALos Angeles FC vs. Toronto FC
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Sun29 Sep04:00:PM SeatGeek Stadium,Bridgeview,ILChicago Fire vs. Toronto FC
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Founded back in 2006, Toronto FC is the first Canadian soccer team ever to play in the Major League Soccer. Toronto FC joined the league as the fourteenth expansion franchise while playing their home games at the BMO Field located near the Toronto Lake Shore. Ever since its inception, Toronto FC has been enjoying immense amount of fan following from the Canadian soccer fans, and this great reception has led Toronto FC to being one of the most successful and profitable franchises in the league. Apart from that, the team has also been enjoying success on field as they grabbed Nutrilite Canadian Championship in 2011, marking their third Canadian Championship win overall.

About Toronto Fc

 
Like most of the newly incepted teams, Toronto FC initially struggled with their performance on field during their first few seasons. Even with staggering losing streak in the beginning of their inaugural season, the team still managed to garner huge amount of fan support and quickly started recovering from the drought. The team’s first ever win came during their home game at the BMO field on May 12. The team claimed their first win in front of the sellout crowd and gave them hope for future, even though they finished last on the Major League Soccer Standings.
 
Even in their second season, the team wasn’t able to improve their position on the standings, and finished at the last spot once again. Also that year, Toronto FC played host to the 2008 MLS All Star Game. Even though the team faced on field losses, they still managed to continually enjoy loyal fan following throughout their regular season. Also in 2008, they team also played in the Canadian Championship for a shot at the representation of Canadian Soccer Association in the CONCACAF Champions League. Although Toronto FC enjoyed massive fan favoritism, they still fell before Montreal Impact in the race for the championship.  
 
The following year in 2009, situation improved a bit for Toronto FC as they finally had a shot at making it into the playoffs for the very first time. The team battled till the end for the last spot in the playoffs as they went toe to toe with New York, only to receive a crushing 5-0 defeat. In 2009, the Reds took part in Canadian Championship once again, and this time they had to defeat Montreal by four goals in order to take home the championship. With loads of on field consistency and team play, the Reds finally were able to grasp their first ever Canadian Championship and made it to the CONCACAF Champions League but lost.
 
Due to continuous on field defeats, the MLSE finally decided to hand over the franchise to Jurgen Klinsmann, who was a former German international player and a coach. Klinsmann then evaluated the team and placed Aron Winter as the head coach for the team. Although in 2011, the team failed to make it to the playoffs but they did however made it to the semifinals on CONCACAF Champions League; becoming the only Canadian franchise to do so. Nevertheless, Toronto FC still continues to enjoy massive fan following and with their regular season just around the corner, it is the right time to book your Toronto FC tickets. 

Toronto Fc Tickets PRICES

As of 23/07/2019 the average Toronto Fc tickets will cost you between $34 and $101, if you are looking for the cheapest seats then catch the event being held at the Nippert Stadium, Cincinnati on 07/09/2019. The average ticket will cost you the highest on 24/08/2019 at the BMO Field, Toronto.
Minimum get in price is for Toronto Fc tickets is $13 for the event being held at the Nippert Stadium, Cincinnati on 07/09/2019 , there are some venues that have a much higher get in price, for instance the cheapest seats at the BMO Field, Toronto on 24/08/2019 will set you back $39.

Event City Venue Date Average Ticket Price Get In Price (Minimum Price)
Toronto FC vs. FC CincinnatiTorontoBMO Field27-Jul-19$79$28
New York Red Bulls vs. Toronto FCHarrisonRed Bull Arena - NJ3-Aug-19$79$20
Toronto FC vs. Orlando City SCTorontoBMO Field10-Aug-19$93$26
2019 Canadian Championship Semifinals: Toronto FC vs. TBD - Second LegTorontoBMO Field14-Aug-19$58$23
Columbus Crew SC vs. Toronto FCColumbusMapfre Stadium17-Aug-19$52$24
Toronto FC vs. Montreal ImpactTorontoBMO Field24-Aug-19$101$39
New England Revolution vs. Toronto FCFoxboroughGillette Stadium31-Aug-19$76$17
FC Cincinnati vs. Toronto FCCincinnatiNippert Stadium7-Sep-19$34$13
New York City FC vs. Toronto FCBronxYankee Stadium11-Sep-19$70$13
Los Angeles FC vs. Toronto FCLos AngelesBanc of California Stadium21-Sep-19$92$16
Chicago Fire vs. Toronto FCBridgeviewSeatGeek Stadium29-Sep-19$51$17

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