The Toronto FC regular season is set to kick off at the end of February and will continue all the way into October of 2023. The team will be playing 34 games over this period of time, which does not include any MLS post season games. See the table below for a list of all the games and key matchups to look out for.
|2/26/2023||D.C.||7:30 pm||Audi Field|
|3/5/2023||Atlanta||7:30 pm||Mercedes-Benz Stadium|
|3/12/2023||Columbus||7:30 pm||BMO Field|
|3/19/2023||Miami||6:30 pm||BMO Field|
|3/26/2023||San Jose||9:30 pm||PayPal Park|
|4/2/2023||Charlotte||6:30 pm||BMO Field|
|4/9/2023||Nashville||7:30 pm||GEODIS Park|
|4/16/2023||Atlanta||6:30 pm||BMO Field|
|4/23/2023||Philadelphia||6:30 pm||Subaru Park|
|4/30/2023||New York City||6:30 pm||BMO Field|
|5/7/2023||New England||6:30 pm||BMO Field|
|5/14/2023||Montréal||6:30 pm||Stade Saputo|
|5/18/2023||New York||6:30 pm||BMO Field|
|5/21/2023||Austin||7:30 pm||Q2 Stadium|
|5/28/2023||D.C.||6:30 pm||BMO Field|
|6/1/2023||Chicago||6:30 pm||BMO Field|
|6/4/2023||Minnesota||7:30 pm||Allianz Field|
|6/11/2023||Nashville||6:30 pm||BMO Field|
|6/22/2023||Cincinnati||6:30 pm||TQL Stadium|
|6/25/2023||New England||6:30 pm||Gillette Stadium|
|7/2/2023||Salt Lake||6:30 pm||BMO Field|
|7/5/2023||Orlando||6:30 pm||Exploria Stadium|
|7/9/2023||St. Louis||6:30 pm||BMO Field|
|7/16/2023||Chicago||7:30 pm||Soldier Field|
|8/21/2023||Montréal||6:30 pm||BMO Field|
|8/27/2023||Columbus||6:30 pm||Lower.com Field|
|8/31/2023||Philadelphia||6:30 pm||BMO Field|
|9/17/2023||Vancouver||6:30 pm||BMO Field|
|9/21/2023||Miami||6:30 pm||DRV PNK Stadium|
|9/24/2023||New York City||6:30 pm||TBA|
|10/1/2023||Cincinnati||6:30 pm||BMO Field|
|10/5/2023||Charlotte||6:30 pm||Bank of America Stadium|
|10/8/2023||New York||6:30 pm||Red Bull Arena|
The regular season will kick off with the Reds hitting the road to face D.C. United at Audi Field on Saturday, February 25 at 7:30 p.m. A couple of weeks later, TFC will be hosting Columbus at BMO Field on Saturday, March 11 at 7:30 p.m. in the club’s 2023 regular season Home Opener.
The team will face rivals CF Montreal on two occasions in the 2023 season; once on the road on Saturday, May 13, at Saputo Stadium and then at home on Sunday, August 20. Toronto will also face their other Canadian rivals, Vancouver Whitecaps FC, on Saturday, September 16, at BMO Field.
Other notable matchups against Western Conference teams include the San Jose Earthquakes on March 25th, Minnesota United on June 3rd, and Salt Lake on July 1st.
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