Toronto Football Club
The only team in town really. It has “Toronto” and “Football Club” in the title, so pretty safe.

2017 MLS Cup Champions!

Catch a game, seriously. The atmosphere is great — especially the walk to the stadium at BMO Field as fans pass under the Exhibition GO train station and bang the walls.

Check out this site’s Booze section for some pubs where the fans hang out. Not a complete list, still trying to get updates.

Also, four lads are having a bit of a giggle on their Under The Cosh website and podcast.

DISCLAIMER: The term that Brits invented — “football” — on this site refers to the beautiful game. Not the one in North America where they wear helmets, throw an egg-shaped ball to each other and run two feet before the game stops for cheerleaders.

Fan Pubs

Opera Bob’s
If you’re a Manchester City fan you can connect with like-minded fans of the football club.

Firkin on King
This is the Chelsea fan’s HQ. (Fan singular, as there’s only one in Toronto.)

Firkin on Bloor
If you’re a fan of Manchester United, then this is the place to be on matchday.

Dog and Bear
It’s the main pub for West Ham fans.

Midtown Gastro Hub
The HQ for Arsenal Canada. Are you gooner go there?

Queen and Beaver
A pub for Arsenal, Brighton & Hove Albion, Aston Villa, Everton, Manchester United and Liverpool fans. Fun times!

Scotland Yard
The Spurs Canada Toronto chapter watch all the Tottenham Hotspur games here, including Champions League.

Liberty Commons
This is where Nottingham Forest fans watch their team. Connect with them on Twitter.

817 Sports Bar & Grill
The local hangout for Newcastle United fans.

As you can see, this list is by no means complete. If you know of any other fan pubs in Toronto please contact me and let me know so I can add them to the list.

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    1. Neil

      I’m in TO for business and looking for any Leeds groups watching in a pub somewhere. From Leeds. Now live in Dallas.


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