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BMO Field, Toronto

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BMO Field is an outdoor stadium located at Exhibition Place in Toronto, Ontario, Canada which is home to Toronto FC of Major League Soccer and the Toronto Argonauts of the Canadian Football League. Constructed on the site of the former Exhibition Stadium and first opened in 2007, it is owned by the City of Toronto, and managed by Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment. The stadium's naming rights are held by the Bank of Montreal, which is commonly branded as "BMO".BMO Field was originally constructed as a soccer-specific stadium to serve as the home field of the expansion Toronto FC, and hosted matches during the 2007 FIFA U-20 World Cup and 2014 FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup. In 2010, it hosted the MLS Cup final (then a neutral-site game), and the 2016 final featuring Toronto FC (who hosted because they were the highest remaining seed). The venue has also hosted rugby union, including matches of Canada's national team, and rugby sevens during the 2015 Pan-American Games.
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  • My mom won two tickets to the Toronto FC/Orlando City SC tilt at BMO Field late last September and I went along with her to watch the game, which ended in a draw but otherwise kept TFC in the running ...  more »
  • Crowd safety isn't a thing. Entering and leaving the stadium would fail standards in Europe. There should be multiple turnstiles to enter rather than a long wait. Channeling a lot of people to an unde...  more »
  • Went to an Argo's game, and enjoyed the BMO experience. Good weather and lots of fan's made the experience great. The food seems expensive but what can you do eh.  more »
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  • Good field now they added more seating and washroom. Can get very busy but overall a very nice field. Within walking distance of the exhibition GO stop and street car service. Food options are very good and with the new roof provides some rain cover.
  • The best sporting venue in Toronto, bar none. Atmosphere on game days is amazing. Expect to pay a lot for food and beverages - food quality for "stadium" food is quite good. Right on the Go Train line, immediately accessible by transit. Try not to drive, as parking is expensive.
  • Decent sized stadium after the expansion. Good view no matter where you sit. If you wanna use the washroom do it beforehand or 5 mins before half time. otherwise you'll be waiting 20+ minutes to use them. Could install more washrooms or urinals. Food is expensive as you;d expect from any sports venue but its good.
  • Great atmosphere. Fans are AMAZING! Parking is pricey (prepare) and food/drink ops are standard. If you're coming for the love of soccer, this field (and team) delivers.
  • Decent soccer stadium. Not a bad seat anywhere. Built for soccer initially, but lost some ambience because of the need to accommodate this dwindling CFL football thing and its few hundred fans. Not working in Toronto so, dump the Argos out and build a proper set of stands in the empty north end to let the great soccer atmosphere completely enclose the pitch. Very pricey parking. Consider taking transit.

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