Joining the league in 2012, the Montreal Impact are the third Canadian team and nineteenth overall franchise in MLS history. After a few rocky seasons, the Impact finally got things going in 2015 – making their first postseason appearance. Lead by a strong Canadian captain and manager, the team is built well for future success and Montreal Impact lines reflect this. Beginning operations in 2012, the Montreal Impact have a short history. [+]

Through the team’s first 4 years and continuing in 2016, the team has continually shown improvement – outside of a terrible 2014 season – and are now a top contender in the Eastern Conference of Major League Soccer. Pay attention to Montreal Impact lines because as the team grows stronger the money lines will gradually begin to reflect it more and more.

Montreal Impact Next Game

Check lines for the Impact’s next game right here. Live money lines and links to top partner sites make wagering on the Impact fun, easy and a great way to enjoy soccer even more. 

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Montreal Impact Score

The Montreal Impact score can be found right here for every game that has come and gone through the season. Bettors can even check the calendar to see all the clubs upcoming matches for the season and playoffs. 

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Montreal Impact Standings

After making the playoffs for the first time in 2015 – Montreal Impact standings spot is on the rise. Check underneath here to see if the Montreal Impact can keep up their winning ways. 


Montreal Impact Record

Playing in Saputo Stadium the Impact regularly draw a great crowd and often fill the 20,000 stadium. Built specifically for soccer, Montreal fans fill the place with a high level of energy and have been awarded with the franchises ability to produce a playoff calibre team after only 4 years.

Combined with the strong Canadian content on the team and Montreal has a great soccer culture – even though the Impact have only been around since 2012. On special occasions – when the demand is there – the Impact will play in Olympic Stadium where they can fit over 60,000 fans.   

The biggest rival of the Montreal Impact is the Toronto FC. The two large Canadians city have rivalries across many other sports and rapidly adopted a hatred for each other clubs. Dubbed the 401 Derby, Toronto leads the all-time series in the regular season but the Impact are 1-0 against Toronto in the playoffs – ousting them 3-0 in the knockout round in 2015.

The Impact having a growing rivalry with the Columbus Crew. The two team met in the 2015 playoffs were the teams split their two matches, but the Crew won on aggregate goals 4-3. Make sure to circle games against Columbus and Toronto as they will provide bettors with some of the best soccer action during the regular season.