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Toronto’s Teams

Toronto Maple Leafs

You haven’t truly experienced what hockey’s all about until you’ve been in the stands when an original six team takes to the ice. The Maple Leafs are a Toronto tradition, a Hockey Night in Canada staple and the most beloved hockey team on the planet.

Where They Play: Scotiabank Arena

Bonus Tip:Celebrating a birthday or special occasion? You can request an in seat experience where the Fan Engagement Team will help make your experience at the game unforgettable.

Directions: If you’re driving in from the west, you can follow the Gardiner Expressway East and take the Spadina exit, before continuing straight on Lakeshore, taking a left onto Bay Street. Scotiabank Arena is on the corner of Lakeshore and Bay Street.

If you’re coming from east or north, you can take the Don Valley Parkway South to Lake Shore Boulevard East, then take the exit toward Jarvis Street from Gardiner Expressway West. Continue on Lake Shore Boulevard East, driving to Bay Street – the Arena is on the corner of Lakeshore and Bay.

If you’re taking the TTC, UP Express or GO Transit, make your way to Union Station, and Scotiabank Arena is just a few minutes’ walk away.

Where to Park: There’s plenty of places to park around the Arena, like the 25 York Street VIP Event Parking Garage, the Imperial Parking Garage at 55 Bremner Boulevard and the Citigroup Place Garage at 7 Station Street.

Remember: In accordance with Scotiabank Arena’s bag policy, make sure your bag is soft-sided, and no bigger than 14” X 14” X 6”. Your bag should be able to fit completely under your seat.

Where to Catch the Game on the Big Screen: Minutes from the Arena on 146 Front Street West is The Loose Moose, one of Toronto’s favourite places to catch a Leafs game on the big screen – where the pub grab is top-notch, the beer is plentiful, and you can catch the game from just about any seat in the house.

Toronto Raptors

The birth of the Toronto Raptors marked the NBA’s first step beyond the borders of the U.S.A., and the team has never looked back. After a nail-biting end to the 2013/14 season that brought the city – and country – to its feet, the team has become Canada’s basketball team. #WeTheNorth

Bonus Tip:Cheer loudly when the Raptors Fan Patrol visits your section as you may get awesome free prizes.

Where They Play: Scotiabank Arena

Directions: If you’re driving in from the west, you can follow the Gardiner Expressway East and take the Spadina exit, before continuing straight on Lakeshore, taking a left onto Bay Street. Scotiabank Arena is on the corner of Lakeshore and Bay Street.

If you’re coming from east or north, you can take the Don Valley Parkway South to Lake Shore Boulevard East, then take the exit toward Jarvis Street from Gardiner Expressway West. Continue on Lake Shore Boulevard East, driving to Bay Street – the Arena is on the corner of Lakeshore and Bay.

If you’re taking the TTC, UP Express or GO Transit, make your way to Union Station, and Scotiabank Arena is just a few minutes’ walk away.

Where to Park: There’s plenty of places to park around the Arena, like the 25 York Street VIP Event Parking Garage, the Imperial Parking Garage at 55 Bremner Boulevard and the Citigroup Place Garage at 7 Station Street.

Remember: In accordance with Scotiabank Arena’s bag policy, make sure your bag is soft-sided, and no bigger than 14” X 14” X 6”. Your bag should be able to fit completely under your seat.

Where to Catch the Game on the Big Screen: Toronto’s premier sports bar is Real Sports – where wall-to-wall TVs, 100-plus beer taps and elevated pub grub make watching the Raps on the big screen almost as fun as watching in-person.

Toronto Blue Jays

See Major League Baseball at its finest in the heart of the city. Rogers Centre and its awesome retractable roof is home to our “boys of summer,” the Toronto Blue Jays. Special events such as Friday Fan Festivals and Jr. Jays Saturdays add to the excitement all season long.

Where They Play: Rogers Centre.

Bonus Tip:Check out the Dugout Deal Menu in sections 136, 239 and 536 for items all under five dollars.

Directions: If you’re driving, you can take the Gardiner Expressway West or Lakeshore Boulevard and take Spadina Avenue exit. Continue onto to Bremner Boulevard.

If you’re taking TTC from Union Station, walk west along the south side of Front Street or take the indoor pathway, SkyWalk from Union Station. The King Street streetcar also connects at St. Andrews station and stops at the end of John Street and Peter Street.

If you’re taking the Go Train from Union Station, walk west along the south side of Front Street or take the indoor pathway, SkyWalk, from Union Station.

You can also get there with the UP Express, and follow the indoor pathway, SkyWalk, from Union Station.

Where to Park: There are several parking lots within walking distance of the Rogers Centre. The most popular is across the street from Gate 8. Parking can also be found on Rees and Queens Quay, the Metro Toronto Convention Centre (MTCC), underground parking by Lower Simcoe Street, south of Bremner Boulevard, Front Street and Blue Jays Way and Blue Jays Way and Navy Warf Court. Wheelchair Accessible Parking is available by reservation only. For more information contact the Rogers Centre at 416-341-1540.

Where to Catch the Game on the Big Screen: Catch the game at The Dock Ellis, named after Pittsburgh Pirates starting pitcher Dock Ellis, who is known for pitching a no-hitter on LSD in 1970. This sports bar has nine flat-screens to watch the Jays and is filled with delicious gastropub dishes and draught beer. Left Field Brewery is another inspired baseball-named bar that knocks it out of the park for Jays fans. The décor even features a huge scoreboard with the brewery, tap room and bottle shop’s hours.

Mississauga Steelheads

Bring the family and enjoy some Ontario Hockey League action. Check out the Mississauga Steelheads at the Paramount Fine Foods Centre (formerly Hershey Centre).

Where They Play: Paramount Fine Foods Centre

Directions: If you’re getting there via highway 401, you can take the Hurontario Street (Highway 10) exit (Southbound,) taking Hurontario Southbound and continuing to Matheson Boulevard East. Turn left onto Matheson Boulevard East and at the first stoplight east of Kennedy Road, turn left onto Rose Cherry Place.

Where to Park: The Paramount Fine Foods Centre has plenty of parking spaces for all – 1,900 free parking spots means no last-minute scrambling to find a place to park your car! Just take note, during major events, there are specific designated areas for various ticketholders.

Toronto FC

Get your GOOOOOAAAAALS with the Toronto FC. This 2017 MLS Championship team plays its home games at BMO Field so be sure to proudly wear your red and white scarf (or shirt or hat) and get into the spirit.

Where They Play: BMO Field

Bonus Tip:Consider where you are going to sit before buying tickets. The north end of the stadium is a standing-only patio. The south end does have seats but the die-hard fans can be found here and they will mostly stand during the whole game. The east and west stands are covered by the canopy roof, which can protect you from the rain.

Directions: Since BMO Field has a GO Station located just outside of the stadium grounds, a fan favourite way to get to TFC games is by Go Train. Taking the Lakeshore East-West lines, make your way to Exhibition station, just one stop west of Union Station, and make the short walk to BMO field.

If you’re driving in from the west, take the Gardiner Expressway East toward Toronto, then take the Lake Shore Blvd W. exit. Turn left onto Ontario Drive until you reach BMO Field.

If you’re coming from the east, take the 401 west to DVP south, exiting at the Gardiner and then going west. exit Lake Shore Boulevard/Spadina Avenue and take Lake Shore Boulevard west. Turn right onto Ontario Drive. until you reach BMO Field.

If you’re taking TTC from Union Station, you can board the 509 Harbourfront Streetcar towards Fleet Loop, then transfer to 509/511 Replacement Bus towards Lake Shore and Bathurst. Then, head south on Bastion Street, turn left at Fleet Street, and head South on Nova Scotia Avenue.

Where to Park: BMO Field has three Surface (Red P) parking lots in the vicinity, and one underground (Yellow P) lot.

Where to Catch the Game on the Big Screen: If you aren’t able to get tickets to see The Reds in-person, head down to the Shoeless Joe’s on 1189 King Street West – known as the headquarters for the Red Patch Boys (Toronto FC’s officially recognized supporters group) during TFC away games, you can expect plenty of cheering and rowdy fun.

Toronto Rock

Watch the Toronto Rock Toronto Rock play at Scotiabank Arena during December to April. It’s always an enjoyable night out cheering for Toronto’s national lacrosse team with good music and great game-day entertainment.

Where They Play: Scotiabank Arena

Bonus Tip: The Theme Nights such as Country Night and Pride Night draw in big crowds of energetic and encouraging fans. Snag tickets to those nights sooner rather than later.

Directions: If you’re coming from the East and North end of the city by car, take the Don Valley Parkway South to Lakeshore Boulevard East and take the exit toward Jarvis Street from Gardiner Expressway West. Continue along Lakeshore Boulevard East until you get to Bay Street. From the West end, take the Gardiner Expressway East and exit at Spadina. Continue along Lakeshore Boulevard until you get to Bay Street.

If you’re taking TTC, take the subway to Union Station and head east towards Bay Street.

If you’re taking the Go Train from Union Station, head east towards Bay Street.

Where to Park: There’s plenty of places to park around the Arena, like the 25 York Street VIP Event Parking Garage, the Imperial Parking Garage at 55 Bremner Boulevard, the Citigroup Place Garage at 7 Station Street and underground public parking at 15 York Street. Wheelchair Accessible parking is available by reservations only by calling Fan Services at 416-815-5982.

Remember: In accordance with Scotiabank Arena’s bag policy, make sure your bag is soft-sided, and no bigger than 14” X 14” X 6”. Your bag should be able to fit completely under your seat.

Where to Watch: You can watch Toronto Rock games for free on the Toronto Rock website with a direct link to the NLL Network. Watch every ball drop live or on demand in your free time.

Toronto Argonauts

Huddle up with the Boatmen as the Toronto Argonauts hit the field starting in August. Fans of these Canadian Football League legends can be identified by their double blue and the call of “Arrrrrrgoooooos” that rings through the streets long after the game is over.

Where They Play: BMO Field

Bonus Tip: In partnership with Universal Music Canada, CFL’s Thursday Night Football Concert Series features outstanding halftime performances.

Directions: Since BMO Field has a GO Station located just outside of the stadium grounds, a fan favourite way to get to TFC games is by Go Train. Taking the Lakeshore East-West lines, make your way to Exhibition station, just one stop west of Union Station, and make the short walk to BMO field.

If you’re driving in from the west, take the Gardiner Expressway East toward Toronto, then take the Lake Shore Blvd W. exit. Turn left onto Ontario Drive until you reach BMO Field.

If you’re coming from the east, take the 401 west to DVP south, exiting at the Gardiner and then going west. exit Lake Shore Boulevard/Spadina Avenue and take Lake Shore Boulevard west. Turn right onto Ontario Drive. until you reach BMO Field.

If you’re taking TTC from Union Station, you can board the 509 Harbourfront Streetcar towards Fleet Loop, then transfer to 509/511 Replacement Bus towards Lake Shore and Bathurst. Then, head south on Bastion Street, turn left at Fleet Street, and head South on Nova Scotia Avenue.

Where to Park: BMO Field has three Surface (Red P) parking lots in the vicinity, and one underground (Yellow P) lot.

Where to Catch the Game on the Big Screen: The energy, sprawling space, and towering TVs of Amsterdam Brewhouse make it a premier location to catch Argos games in the city – because craft beer and local foods pair great with Canadian football.

Toronto Wolfpack

The newest pro sports team in Toronto, the Wolfpack is Canada’s first professional rugby team. See up close one of the world’s most exciting sports then hang out with the players afterwards in true rugby fashion.

Where They Play: “The Den” aka Lamport Stadium

Bonus Tip: Visit the Toronto Wolfpack Beer Garden before or after the game for patio day parties showcasing award-winning beer and ciders, live music and even a chance to meet Wolfpack and opposing team players!

Directions: If you’re driving, take the Gardiner Expressway and exit at your closest convenience. Once you get to Dufferin Street, take a right at Liberty Street. Turn left at the second cross street on Fraser Avenue.

If you’re taking the TTC, take the 504 Streetcar from Dundas West and stop at Joe Shuster Way or 29 Dufferin Bus from Exhibition and stop at Liberty Street or 63 Bus from Ossington Station and stop at Atlantic Avenue or 509 Union Station streetcar and stop at Exhibition Loop.

By GO Train, travel to Exhibition GO station and then walk to the stadium.

Where to Park: Green P parking is located at the south end of Lamport Stadium.

Where to Watch: Brazen Head is the official Wolfpack pub to watch Wolfpack games and wolf down on some traditional Irish pub food.

Want More Hockey?

Head to the Hockey Hall of Fame. Take the shooting challenge, put your goalkeeping skills to the test and strike a pose with the actual Stanley Cup. Every November the highly anticipated Induction Weekend takes place with festivities including the Haggar Hockey Hall of Fame Legends Classic, Fan Forum and the inductions of the legends of the game.

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