- Address: 170 Princes’ Boulevard, Toronto
- Country: Canada
- Capacity: 30,000
- Opened: 28 April 2007
- Main use: Canadian football, football
- Tenants: Toronto Argonaut (Canadian football), Toronto FC (football)
Extra stadium info – BMO Field
A new record attendance for a Canadian rugby union game was set at the stadium in 2013, when 22,000 people showed up for a match between Canada and New Zealand. The venue in south-eastern Canada opened in 2007 with a capacity of 20,000. It opened with a football match between Toronto FC and the club which is currently known as Sporting Kansas City. The home side lost the game in front of a capacity crowd. CF Montréal, Toronto FC and the Vancouver Whitecaps became the first Canadian Major League Soccer clubs with 100,000 followers on their main social media page. Toronto FC became the first football club from Canada with a value of at least $100 million. They drew an average home attendance of 20,000 in their first-ever Major League Soccer season.
Toronto Football Club signed several famous players in their first years of existence, like Torsten Frings. The former German midfielder played numerous games for FC Bayern München, one of the first FIFA Club World Cup winners. He also played numerous matches for the national football team of Germany, one of the first FIFA World Cup winners.
Toronto Argonaut Football Club, nicknamed Argos or Argonauts, moved to the BMO Field in 2016. The Canadian football club was founded in 1873. The Argonauts are members of the Canadian Football League and they won the Grey Cup several times. The Argos won the title in 1914 for the first time in their history. In 1952, they became the first club with 10 Grey Cup titles after beating the club which is currently named Edmonton Elks. The Argonauts won the game, which took place in Toronto in front of 27,000 fans, 21-11.