Toronto FC are a Canadian football club who play in the MLS and they play in an all red home kit which is supplied by adidas. The club were founded in 2006 and have never won the MLS but have won several Canadian Championship titles. Currently managed by New Zealand great Ryan Nelsen, the side have had several notable players to wear their shirt including Robert Earnshaw, Steven Caldwell, Danny Koevermans, Torsten Frings, Dwayne De Rosario, Julian de Guzman, Darren O'Dea, Mista, Jeff Cunningham, Maurice Edu and Hogan Ephraim.
Toronto's team colours for home games follow the Canadian style being, red shirts with white tops to the sleeves, white shorts and red socks. As a very new franchise they team has yet to win and honours in the red shirt.
Canadian MLS team Toronto FC make final preparations for the fast approaching 2016 campaign by releasing a new away shirt. Seeing Toronto's 2015 home shirt roll over to the forthcoming season, adidas have issued their popular MLS franchise with a new away shirt which possesses a clean and fresh a [...]
Leaked in a previous article, MLS side Toronto FC have officialy launched their new home kit for the 2015 MLS season. Based on a simple adidas template, the new home shirt for Toronto FC uses the trademark red base along with black trim on the adidas three-stripes and base of the shirt [...]
With the likes of Sporting Kansas City and Columbus Crew's shirts leaked online, Toronto are the latest MLS side to have their kits leaked. The brand new and leaked Toronto home shirt takes a more classic and simple approach featuring a solid red base with a subtle vertical pinstripe weave. [...]
Toronto FC have officially launched their new away kit for the 2014 MLS season. Ahead of their upcoming MLS opener against Seattle Sounders next weekend Toronto FC have released their new away kit revealing a dark grey maple leaf designed shirt [...]
Toronto FC is a Canadian professional soccer club formed in 2007 and based in Toronto, Ontario. The club plays in Major League Soccer in the USA and is the first non-US team in MLS. Toronto play their home games in the 20,500 capacity BMO Field, Toronto, Ontario. The stadium is also home to the Canadian National soccer and Rugby Union Teams.
Toronto do not have associations with any other soccer clubs, but they are owned by Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment Ltd., who are also the owners of the Toronto Maple Leafs, a National Hockey League team, the Toronto Raptors, a National Basketball team, and the Toronto Marlies a American Hockey League team.