BMO Field - Toronto FC Stadium Guide

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Last Updated: August 14, 2021

Torinto Skyine and BMOField main stand

BMO Field is a 2007 purpose built Soccer Stadium located in the city of Toronto, Canada. The 21,566 capacity stadium is home of Major League Soccer side, Toronto FC and occasionally the Canadian National team.

Toronto FC Stadium Guide

Stadium Facts

Team:Toronto FC
Address: 170 Princes Boulevard, Toronto, M6K 3C3
Pitch Size:105m × 68m
Record Attendance:40,148 (NHL Centennial Classic)
Stadium Owner:City of Toronto
Operator:Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment
Construction Details
Broke Ground:2006
Architect:Brisbin Brooks Beynon Architects
Construction Cost:Can$62.9 million
Structural Engineer:Halcrow Yolles
Expanded:2010, 2014–16

BMO Field History

BMO Field was completed in time for the 2007 Major League Soccer Season with the inaugural match held against the Kansas City Wizards  on April 28th, with the team now known as Sporting Kansas City defeating the home side by a single goal to nil. Constructed on the former site of Exhibition Stadium, the fifth stadium on this plot of land, Toronto’s soccer ground cost a reported $62.5 million dollars to build.

Toronto FC’s stadium has a capacity of 21,566 which currently makes it the largest purpose built Soccer Stadium in Canada ahead of Vancouver Whitecap’s Stade Saputo. A year before it officially opened The City of Toronto announced a multi-million dollar sponsorship deal with BMO Financial Group to rename the stadium the BMO Field upon opening and for the foreseeable future.

The only time the stadium is not referred to as BMO Field is during International Football matches sanctioned by FIFA who forbid the sponsorship names of stadiums, with Torono FC’s ground becoming known as just the National Soccer Stadium. To date Canada’s National Soccer Stadium has hosted matches of two major tournaments: The 2007 under 20s World Cup and The Women’s version in 2014.

The playing surface at BMO Field has come under some criticism since opening with the club electing to make the switch to natural grass from the 2010 ML season onwards after the installation of improved heating and drainage systems.

To date BMO Field has hosted many important matches including the 2010 MLS Cup Final between Colorado Rapids and FC Dallas as well as the 2008 All Stars Game against West Ham United.


View of BMO Field

Toronto FC Info

Full Name:Toronto Football Club
Rivals:Vancouver Whitecaps, CF Montréal, Columbus Crew
Team Colours:Red and Grey
Club Mascot:Bitchy the Hawk
Nicknames:The Reds
Famous Players:Dwayne De Rosario, Jermain Defoe, Danny Dichio, Júlio César, Michael Bradley
Famous Managers:Chris Armas, Greg Vanney, Ryan Nelsen
Team Owner:Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment
Team Goalscorer:Sebastian Giovinco (83)
Most Appearances:Jonathan Osorio (273)
Official Website:
Team Wikipedia:

BMO Field Seating Plan

Below is a seating plan of Toronto FC's BMO Field:

BMO Field Seating Plan

Stand Photos

BMO Field Football Stadium is comprised of four stands: North, East, South and West.

Click the thumbnails above to enlarge an image of each stand and to read a more detailed description of each part of the Stadium.

Matchday Experience

BMO Field Away Section

Visiting supporters are usually housed within sections 104 and 105 within the north-east corner of the stadium.

Best Pubs near ground

Unless you wish to drink beforehand in Downtown Toronto, the main places to drink are located within the vicinity of the stadium.

The largest of all places is the Budweiser King Club located towards the Northern Patio where the smallest stand is located, however there is also the Real Sports Bar & Grill which is a decent alternative.

Food - Places to eat

Inside the outer concourse area soccer fans are spoilt for choice when it comes to matchday dining options.  Covering a diverse range of cuisines there is everything from Taste of Italy to Footy’s Footlongs, and Taco F.C to Hero Burger. To put it simply, BMO Field has you covered.

Toronto FC Club Shop

Fans can purchase Toronto FC merchandise from any one of the seven stalls located throughout BMO Field. Located inside the gate, you must have a ticket to enter and the kiosks accept payments both cash and credit cards. As the shops are only open on matchdays, you might want to check out Real Sports Apparel who are the official retailer of the Reds.

Can you take a stadium Tour?

The operators of BMO Field aren’t currently offering fans the chance to undertake tours of the stadium and facilities. After the planned renovation work in 2016 this may however change.

How to buy Toronto FC Tickets

Single ticket prices for the 2015 MLS season are currently unavailable for matches of Toronto FC, but we will endeavour to update as soon as the club releases the information. The Reds were attempting to push season ticket sales at the start of the season which may explain the absence of public pricing just yet.

How to get to BMO Field

Where is BMO Field?

BMO Field is located north-west of Toronto Islands, and less than a few kilometres from Downtown area on the waterfront.


The address for satnav is as follows:

  • 170 Princes’ Blvd, Toronto, ON M6K 3C3, Canada

Car Parks

There are two main types of car park around the stadium which offer over 5,000 spaces: Underground and lot parking. Both car parks are priced at around $14.00 for long stay parking, however depending on the levels of demand expected the price can either fall as low as $11.00 or rise as high as $25.00.

Hotels Near BMO Field

The closest hotels by foot are all the likes of the Bonnebue Manor and the Gladstone hotel, however if you’re making a trip of the football then you’re probably better advised catching the Go Rail back into the city centre. Downtown there is much more choice ranging from Hilton Garden Inn to Holiday Inn Express, and The Radisson Hotel Admiral to The Westin Harbour Castle.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who plays at BMO Field?

American side Toronto FC play their home matches at BMO Field.

What is the capacity of BMO Field?

As of 2024 BMO Field has an official seating capacity of 21,566 for Football matches.

When was BMO Field opened?

BMO Field officially opened in 2007 and is home to Toronto FC

What is the postcode for BMO Field?

The postcode for BMO Field is M6K 3C3.

Are there any Covid restrictions at the stadium?

Covid Restrictions may be in place when you visit BMO Field in 2024. Please visit the official website of Toronto FC for full information on changes due to the Coronavirus.