Toronto FC is not on the Timbers regular season away schedule this year.
It was just our second match in MLS history, and boy, was it a tough one. On a crisp, 8 degree day in Toronto, Javier Martina’s two goals buried PTFC, causing the good guys to slide to 0-2-0 in their first MLS campaign. But did that silence the hearty traveling TA who came north? Never.
We aren’t in the ticket business for any Toronto games this season.
BMO Field is easily accessible from public transit departing Downtown Toronto.
By bus/train, supporters can take line 145 from Richmond Street West at Bay Street Farside to Bathurst Street at Fleet Street. From there, board train line 509 from Bathurst Street at Fleet Street to Exhibition Loop, which is where BMO Field is located. Travelers can also take line 6 from Bay Street at Queen Street West to Bay Street at Front Street West Farside. From there, walk to Union Station, and take the Lakeshore West Train towards Aldershot, disembarking at Exhibition Station, which is where BMO Field is located. Trips should take approximately 30 minutes.
Banners, flags and drums are permitted at BMO Field, but require the permission of the Toronto FC front office.
Weekend Events with Traveling Timbers Army and Toronto FC Supporters
Nothing to report this year.
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