Creative Soccer Culture

Residence #23 | 'BMO Field' Toronto FC

Maple-leafed in beauty, our latest 'Residence' comes from a tailored setting bespoke for football viewing in the shape of Toronto FC and the 'BMO Field'.

Opened in 2007, this is a stadium still in its infancy but it's most certainly not short of life. It's arching beams that stand high above that last row of seats, the roofs offer quite the aesthetic attraction and certainly dominate a sky-line with sophistication. An architectural playground, the stadium has been developed to accommodate its audience so that they can appreciate the spectacle on show.

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Having hosted the MLS All Star game, the Under 20s Men's and Women's World Cup, as well as the Gold Cup, it has seen a fair share of fixtures. Naturally, its residents Toronto FC, call it home. A bold red that echoes a prominent support of colour, this is a stadium for the people.

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With a capacity of just over 30,000, the BMO Field has established itself as a powerhouse for the beautiful game in the MLS. A fine addition with an appreciative fan-base too, Toronto FC are a strong proposition with beautiful foundations.

Photography by Cody McCullough for SoccerBible


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