Toronto FC Lines

Toronto FC’s home pitch is BMO Field, located at Exhibition Place along Lake Ontario. The franchise started playing in 2007, joining the eastern conference as the first Canadian team in league history. During the initial era of the Reds, the team struggled to remain relevant in the league, missing the playoffs for several consecutive years. In 2014, management spearheaded a new direction that included a rapid rebuild through superstar designated players. [+]

Toronto FC lines have shifted over the past couple of years, making them the favorite for many betting matchups.

Toronto FC Next Game

The Toronto FC next game widget lists vital details for the Reds’ upcoming matchup. Moneylines listed are sourced directly from reputable sportsbooks, giving you a solid idea of what to expect before placing a bet on Toronto.

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Toronto FC Scores

Stay updated on Toronto FC scores throughout the regular season with this widget, which publishes the results after every game. Keeping track of Toronto’s progress during the MLS campaign ensures that you make the best wagering choices when betting on the Reds.

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Toronto FC Standings

The Toronto FC standings section updates after every matchday, revealing the latest movements in the MLS standings. This part of the site includes offensive numbers and defensive stats, along with the usual win, loss and draw table.

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Betting On Toronto FC Soccer

Toronto FC was famous for their lengthy streak of poor results between 2007 and 2014, missing the playoffs for the first seven years of their existence. The team showed signs of their current form in 2015, when they finally squeaked into the playoffs, mostly on the strength of an incredible MVP season from their new superstar designated player, Sebastian Giovinco. Unfortunately, they were painfully eliminated in the knockout round by Montreal, an eternal sports rival of Toronto.

In 2016, the trio of Giovinco, Altidore and Bradley clicked, as did the coordination of the back line. During the regular season, they shut the opposition down with consistency, giving up only 39 goals during the campaign. This defensive shift didn’t sacrifice offense in the process, lifting Toronto to their highest regular season placement, 3rd in the east.

During the 2016 playoffs, Toronto peaked, destroying Philadelphia and NYC FC before meeting Montreal in the eastern conference playoffs. After a 3-0 Impact lead shocked the Reds during the first hour of the conference matchup, Toronto outscored Montreal 7-2 during the rest of the two legs, becoming the first Canadian team to make an appearance at the MLS Cup.

This dramatic turnaround represents the coming of age for the franchise, made sweeter by the fact it occurred against Montreal.

Over the next few years, Toronto FC will likely remain contenders in the eastern conference, and sportsbooks will consistently list them as favorites to win. The new attitude of this franchise might spark them to become a dominant MLS presence for years to come.