TFC OPENS SEASON ON APRIL 17

TORONTO FC ANNOUNCE 2021 MLS REGULAR SEASON SCHEDULE

            Toronto FC’s complete 2021 Major League Soccer regular season schedule was released Wednesday by MLS ahead of the upcoming season.

           The Reds will open the 15th season in club history on Saturday, April 17 at 2:00 p.m. in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, as the away team in a match against 401 Derby rivals Club de Foot Montreal. TFC will play what will be considered their first home match a week later at Exploria Stadium in Orlando, Florida, when they play Vancouver Whitecaps FC at 3:00 p.m.

During the 2021 season, Toronto FC is slated to play 34 regular season matches, with 19 on Saturdays, eight on Wednesdays, one on Friday and four on Sunday. All of Toronto FC’s regular season MLS matches will be televised across Canada on TSN. Additionally, four Saturday afternoon matches will be televised nationally by CTV.

As the MLS season begins, the league’s three Canadian teams will begin play in surrogate cities in the United States, with Toronto playing its home matches in Florida. Venues for home matches are subject to change, based on the Covid-19 situation in Canada and the US. 

For the complete 2020 MLS Regular Season schedule visit mlssoccer.com.

DATEOPPONENTVENUETIME (ET)BROADCAST
Saturday, April 17 Club de Foot MontrealFort Lauderdale2:00 PMTSN, CTV, TVA, TVAS
Saturday, April 24 Vancouver WhitecapsOrlando3:00 PMTSN, CTV 
Saturday, May 8 New York Red BullsRBNY1:00 PMTSN
Wednesday, May 12Columbus Crew SCOrlando7:00 PMTSN
Saturday, May 15 New York City FCNew York1:00 PMTSN, CTV
Saturday, May 22 Orlando CityOrlando7:00 PMTSN
Saturday, May 29 Columbus Crew SCColumbus3:00 PMTSN, CTV
Saturday, June 19 Orlando CityTBD7:30 PMTSN
Wednesday, June 23 Nashville SCNashville8:30 PMTSN
Saturday, June 26 FC CincinnatiTBD7:00 PMTSN
Saturday, July 3D.C. UnitedDC5:30 PMTSN
Wednesday, July 7 New England RevolutionNew England7:00 PMTSN
Saturday, July 17 Orlando CityTBD7:30 PMTSN
Wednesday, July 21 New York Red BullsTBD7:30 PMTSN
Saturday, July 24 Chicago Fire FCChicago8:00 PMTSN
Sunday, August 1 Nashville SCTBD7:30 PMTSN
Wednesday, August 4 Philadelphia UnionPhiladelphia7:30 PMTSN
Saturday, August 7 New York City FCTBD8:00 PMTSN
Saturday, August 14 New England RevolutionTBD8:00 PMTSN
Wednesday, August 18 Atlanta United FCAtlanta7:00 PMTSN
Saturday, August 21 Inter Miami FCMiamiTBDTSN
Friday, August 27 Club de Foot MontrealTBD7:30 PMTSN, TVAS
Saturday, September 11 FC CincinnatiCincinnati8:00 PMTSN
Tuesday, September 14 Inter Miami FCTBD7:30 PMTSN
Saturday, September 18 Nashville SCTBD7:30 PMTSN
Saturday, September 25 Colorado RapidsColorado8:00 PMTSN
Wednesday, September 29 FC CincinnatiTBD7:00 PMTSN
Sunday, October 3 Chicago Fire FCTBD4:00 PMTSN
Saturday, October 16 Atlanta United FCTBD7:30 PMTSN
Wednesday, October 20 Inter Miami FCMiamiTBDTSN
Saturday, October 23 Club de Foot MontrealTBDTBDTSN, TVAS
Wednesday, October 27 Philadelphia UnionTBD7:30 PMTSN
Saturday, October 30 Atlanta United FCAtlanta6:00 PMTSN
Sunday, November 7 D.C. UnitedTBD3:30 PMTSN

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