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Toronto FC Announce 2019 MLS Regular Season Schedule

January 7, 2019 - Major League Soccer (MLS) - Toronto FC News Release

Toronto FC's complete 2019 Major League Soccer regular season schedule was released Monday by MLS as the league prepares for its 24th season.

The Reds will open the thirteenth season in club history on Saturday, March 2, at 1:00 p.m. on the road against the Philadelphia Union at Talen Energy Stadium. TFC will host the New England Revolution on Sunday, March 17 at 7:30 p.m. in the club's 2019 Home Opener.

During the 2019 season, Toronto FC will play 19 matches on Saturdays, five on both Sundays and Wednesdays, four on Fridays and one on Thursday. At home TFC will play seven matches on Saturdays, four on Sundays and three on both Wednesdays and Fridays.

Eight of the Reds' 17 home matches will be played against clubs that made the 2018 MLS Cup Playoffs, including the defending MLS Cup Champions, Atlanta United FC, on Wednesday, June 26. The Reds will host Columbus Crew SC on Decision Day, scheduled for Sunday, October 6 at 4:00 p.m.

Toronto FC will face Canadian rivals, Montreal Impact on two occasions this season. TFC will travel to Montreal on Saturday, July 13, and then host the Impact on Saturday, August 24. The Reds will travel west to meet their other Canadian rival, Vancouver Whitecaps FC, on Friday, May 31.

The MLS Cup Playoff schedule and format have changed for the 2019 season. The playoffs will now feature a fixed-bracket, single elimination tournament with the highest seed hosting each match. Fourteen teams (the top seven teams in each conference) will advance to the MLS Cup Playoffs in 2019. The 2019 MLS Cup Playoffs will begin on Saturday, October 19, with the 2019 MLS Cup Finals scheduled for Sunday, November 10.

For the complete 2019 MLS Regular Season schedule visit


Saturday, March 2 Philadelphia Philadelphia 1:00 PM TSN

Sunday, March 17 New England Toronto 7:30 PM TSN

Friday, March 29 New York City FC Toronto 8:00 PM TSN

Saturday, April 6 Chicago Toronto 3:00 PM TSN/CTV

Saturday, April 13 Seattle Seattle 4:00 PM TSN

Friday, April 19 Minnesota Toronto 8:00 PM TSN

Saturday, April 27 Portland Toronto 3:00 PM TSN/CTV

Saturday, May 4 Orlando Orlando 4:00 PM TSN/CTV

Wednesday, May 8 Atlanta Atlanta 7:00 PM TSN

Saturday, May 11 Philadelphia Toronto 3:00 PM TSN/CTV

Wednesday, May 15 D.C. United Toronto 8:00 PM TSN

Saturday, May 18 Real Salt Lake Real Salt Lake 3:00 PM TSN/CTV

Sunday, May 26 San Jose Toronto 7:30 PM TSN

Friday, May 31 Vancouver Vancouver 10:00 PM TSN

Friday, June 7 Sporting Kansas City Toronto 8:00 PM TSN

Saturday, June 22 FC Dallas FC Dallas 8:00 PM TSN

Wednesday, June 26 Atlanta Toronto 8:00 PM TSN

Saturday, June 29 D.C. United D.C. United 8:00 PM TSN

Thursday, July 4 LA Galaxy Los Angeles 10:30 PM TSN

Saturday, July 13 Montreal Montreal 7:30 PM TSN

Wednesday, July 17 New York Red Bulls Toronto 8:00 PM TSN

Saturday, July 20 Houston Toronto 7:30 PM TSN

Saturday, July 27 FC Cincinnati Toronto 8:00 PM TSN

Saturday, August 3 New York Red Bulls RBNY 6:00 PM TSN

Saturday, August 10 Orlando Toronto 7:30 PM TSN

Saturday, August 17 Columbus Columbus 7:30 PM TSN

Saturday, August 24 Montreal Toronto 7:30 PM TSN

Saturday, August 31 New England New England 7:30 PM TSN

Saturday, September 7 FC Cincinnati Cincinnati 7:30 PM TSN

Wednesday, September 11 New York City FC NYCFC 7:00 PM TSN

Sunday, September 15 Colorado Toronto 5:00 PM TSN

Saturday, September 21 Los Angeles FC LAFC 10:30 PM TSN

Sunday, September 29 Chicago Chicago 5:00 PM TSN

Sunday, October 6 Columbus Toronto 4:00 PM TSN

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