Formation: Formed in 2006 as Toronto FC when MLS announced they would compete in Major League Soccer in 2007
Ground: BMO Field, Exhibition Place, Toronto. (Initial) Capacity 21,800. BMO is the 5th stadium to be built on this site over the years. It was built as part of Canada’s (successful) bid to host the 2007 FIFA U-20 World Cup. BMO Field was expanded in 2015 and 2016 and has a current capacity of 30,000
First Game as TFC: March 24th 2007, Carolina Challenge Cup, Blackbaud Stadium, Charleston, SC. Toronto FC 0-2 Houston Dynamo. Goals: Cochrane, Wondolowski. Attendance: 3183
First Competitive game (MLS): April 7th 2007, MLS, Home Depot Center, Carson City, California. Chivas USA 2-0 Toronto FC. Goals: Razov, Kljestan. Attendance: 14351. Referee: Terry Vaughan
First Competitive game (VOY): May 27th 2008, Canadian Championship (also known as the Voyageurs Cup), Saputo Stadium, Montreal. Montreal Impact 0-1 Toronto FC. Goal: Marco Velez. Attendance: 12083. Referee: Paul Ward
First Competitive game (CCL): July 29th 2009, Concacaf Champions League Preliminary Rd. BMO Stadium, Toronto. Toronto FC 0-1 Puerto Rico Islanders. Goal: Jagdeosingh. Attendance 20,758. Referee: Hugo Cruz
 First MLS Cup Final :   December 10th 2016, Played Seattle Sounders at BMO Field Toronto. The final score was 0-0 after extra-time and the Sounders won 4-5 on penalty kicks.