Rogers Centre

 
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* Address: 1 Blue Jays Way, Toronto
* Country: Canada
* Capacity: 53,000
* Opened: 3 June 1989
* Main use: Baseball
* Tenants: Toronto Blue Jays (baseball)

Extra stadium info – Rogers Centre

The stadium became the largest venue by capacity in Ontario. It is situated next to the CN Tower, the former tallest tower of the world. The Rogers Centre is known as a venue for numerous events, like American football, baseball, basketball, Canadian football, concerts, football, monster truck events, supercross and wrestling. The Toronto Blue Jays have been tenants of the stadium since 1989. They are Major League Baseball members. The Toronto Blue Jays were founded in 1977 and they became the first Canadian baseball club with 1 million followers on their main social media page. In 1992, they won the World Series for the first time in their history. They also won the following edition of the World Series.

In 2012, the Rogers Centre hosted a CONCACAF Champions League game between Toronto FC and the LA Galaxy. 47,000 people attended the football match, which became a record attendance for a home game of Toronto FC. In 2018, the Major League Soccer club became the second Canadian club in the final round of the CONCACAF Champions League. Impact de Montréal became the first Canadian club in the final round of the North American championship for football clubs. Toronto FC lost the first leg against CD Guadalajara from Mexico and they won the second leg. CD Guadalajara won the tournament after penalties.

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