Toronto Arenas & Stadiums
Home to Toronto's St. Michael's Majors OHL team, the ice rink also hosts several other hockey teams.
Located at Exhibition Place in Toronto, BMO field is Canada's first soccer-specific field. Home to the Canadian National Soccer Team and the Toronto FC, the stadium has a maximum seating capacity of 20,000.
Formerly known as the SkyDome, the self-proclaimed world's greatest entertainment centre has earned its bragging rights. The enormous complex, located at the corner of Front and Peter Streets, is an architectural feat, entertainment hotspot and a hotel and restaurant. The dome's retractable roof allows for Major League Baseball games, concerts and tours to proceed rain or shine.
Sports, concerts and special events are held in this state of the art facility, which is located in the centre of Toronto. The Air Canada Centre is home to the Toronto Raptors of the National Basketball Association (NBA) and the Toronto Maple Leafs of the National Hockey League (NHL).
Located on the York University campus, this sports and entertainment complex features a full surround 12000-seat stadium, multiple exhibit services, an international tennis centre and plays host to a wide array of events, including sports, concerts, expos and more.
Ricoh Coliseum features Toronto Marlies (AHL) hockey games, concerts and special events.
This multi-purpose facility is home to over 100 important events throughout the year. The lakeside property enjoys a convenient location and has a race track, a stadium, convention facilities, 192 acres of parkland and much more.
Maple Leaf Gardens
The haven of early professional sports in Toronto, this historical site has seen many Stanley Cup victories, concerts by such artists as the Beatles and Frank Sinatra and events that range from circuses to wrestling exhibitions. See it now, as demolition of the building is looming.