BMO Field – Toronto FC

BMO Field – Toronto FC

Since the beginning, the home for Toronto FC has been BMO Field. Originally built as the National Soccer Stadium as well as home for Toronto FC, BMO Field has seen a ton of changes since the early days. The popularity of Toronto FC has demanded a significant expansion in capacity to the over 30,000 that it currently boasts. Owned by the City of Toronto and operated by Toronto FC parent company, Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment, BMO Field has taken the next step to make it more functional for events other than just soccer while maintaining the intimacy that has made Toronto FC a success story at home. In less than two full months, BMO Field played host to the CFL Grey Cup, MLS Cup, and the Centennial Classic outdoor hockey game. It seems the days of BMO Field being a small purely soccer stadium are long gone.

Knight-Newbrough Field Video Review

Knight-Newbrough Field Video Review

Traditionally thought of as a football school, Wilfrid Laurier University is consistently competing in the shadows. Overshadowed by the much larger university down the street in the University of Waterloo and the football powerhouse to the west in the Western Mustangs, Laurier has comfortably found its niche. A consistent contender, Laurier produces top football talent for the CFL each year yet when Laurier does win it seems like a David vs Goliath kind of situation.

Alumni Stadium Video Review

Alumni Stadium Video Review

The Guelph Gryphons have benefited from a generous donation and really put that money to work. The significant improvements to Alumni Stadium have made Guelph a destination in the OUA offering facilities that other schools do not. In the recruiting race the other Ontario schools must reflect on how they will compete with the new norm which is Guelph.