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A Sports Trip to Toronto

A Sports Trip to Toronto

Toronto is the only city in Canada to have three major sports teams (NHL, NBA, MLB) with the possibility of landing an NFL team in the near future. Failing that, the Toronto Argonauts fill the football void from the historic Canadian Football League (CFL) while Major League Soccer’s (MLS) Toronto FC round out a great Canadian sports trip.

Take advantage of the hustle and bustle of the metropolis and hire someone to pick up dry cleaning or game tickets in advance. AskforTask is a good place to start, as there are always users looking to make extra cash in the Toronto area. It will certainly free up more time to sight see or shop while downtown.

Air Canada Centre, Toronto Maple Leafs (NHL)/Toronto Raptors (NBA)

For any hockey fanatic, The Air Canada Centre is the place to visit. Not only is ACC home to the iconic Toronto Maple Leafs, it’s also the home court of the high-flying Toronto Raptors, currently Toronto’s best performing team.

BMO Field, Toronto FC (MLS)

Located right on the waterfront at Toronto’s Exhibition Place, BMO Field is a picturesque facility for a newly financially jump-started franchise. There is plenty to see and do around the stadium, ensuring a fun-filled day.

Rogers Centre, Toronto Blue Jays (MLB)/Toronto Argonauts (CFL)

To put it simply, the Rogers Centre is big. Nestled next to one of the largest freestanding structures in the world – The CN Tower – the Rogers Centre is in the core of downtown Toronto with a ton of transit to and from the stadium. With a retractable dome and 33 by 110 ft. screen, the Rogers Centre allows for bright baseball by day, and home runs across a scenic backdrop at night.

The beauty lies in the fact that all the venues are within just minutes of each other. Whether by subway, bus, streetcar or train, sports fans barely need to step outside to get to each location. Add in the distance to Lake Ontario, and it makes for one heck of a vacation.



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