Best Toronto FC Betting Sites

Toronto FC play their home games at BMO Field. They are backed by a raucous fan base. The franchise has come a long way since 2007, when they were cemented to the foot of the league table for the first few seasons. Toronto’s losing ways are well and truly behind them and this franchise has a lot to look forward to. Toronto FC made the playoffs for the first time in 2015 but fell in comprehensive fashion, 0-3 on aggregate, to the Montreal. However, they almost won it all in 2016, losing at home in the final on penalties to Seattle.  

Toronto FC Betting Lines Today

Before placing your Toronto FC wagers, take a look at the game’s betting lines to make sure you are aware of the bets with the best value. 

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Toronto FC Scores & Schedule

It’s always a good idea to familiarize yourself with their game schedule before committing. Find great bets well in advance and plan your strategy based on those opportunities. 

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February 2018 (2)
Tue 20 Toronto 2 - 0 Colorado +112 +230 Odds
Tue 27 Colorado 0 - 0 Toronto * +660 -370 Odds
March 2018 (5)
Sat 3 Reg. MD1 Columbus 2 - 0 Toronto +440 -182 Odds
Wed 7 Tigres 1 - 2 Toronto +177 +159 Odds
Tue 13 * Toronto 2 - 3 Tigres +500 -222 Odds
Sat 17 Reg. MD3 Toronto 0 - 1 Impact +133 +186 Odds
Fri 30 Reg. MD5 Real Salt Lake 1 - 3 Toronto +540 -213 Odds
April 2018 (7)
Tue 3 America 1 - 3 Toronto +167 +146 Odds
Tue 10 * Toronto 1 - 1 America +460 -238 Odds
Sat 14 Reg. MD7 Toronto 0 - 2 Colorado +265 +100
Tue 17 Chivas 2 - 1 Toronto +360 -139
Sat 21 Reg. MD8 Toronto 1 - 5 Houston +700 -313
Wed 25 Toronto 2 - 1 Chivas * +215 +101
Sat 28 Reg. MD9 Chicago 2 - 2 Toronto +400 -175
May 2018 (5)
Fri 4 Reg. MD10 Philadelphia 0 - 3 Toronto +440 -189
Wed 9 Reg. MD11 Seattle 2 - 1 Toronto +480 -196
Sat 12 Reg. MD11 Toronto 2 - 3 New England +260 -110
Fri 18 Reg. MD12 Orlando City 1 - 2 Toronto +370 -154
Fri 25 Reg. MD13 FC Dallas 1 - 0 Toronto +320 -120
June 2018 (4)
Sat 2 Reg. MD14 Toronto 3 - 3 Columbus +250 -101
Fri 8 Reg. MD15 Toronto 2 - 0 Philadelphia +200 +123
Wed 13 Reg. MD16 DC United 4 - 4 Toronto +380 -167
Sun 24 Reg. MD17 Toronto 1 - 2 New York City FC +270 -118
July 2018 (6)
Sun 1 Reg. MD18 NYRB 1 - 0 Toronto +180 +142
Wed 4 Reg. MD19 Toronto 3 - 4 Minnesota United +146 +175
Sat 7 Reg. MD19 Toronto 2 - 2 Sporting KC +245 +109
Sat 14 Reg. MD20 Toronto 1 - 2 Orlando City +176 +143
Sat 21 Reg. MD21 Toronto 2 - 1 Chicago +145 +157
Sat 28 Reg. MD22 Chicago 0 - 3 Toronto +600 -263
August 2018 (5)
Sat 4 Reg. MD23 Toronto 2 - 2 Atlanta United +360 -152
Sun 12 Reg. MD24 New York City FC 3 - 2 Toronto +215 +108
Sat 18 Reg. MD25 Toronto 1 - 1 San Jose +182 +139
Sat 25 Reg. MD26 Impact 1 - 3 Toronto +390 -167
Wed 29 Reg. MD27 Toronto 0 - 2 Portland +380 -161
September 2018 (3)
Sat 15 Reg. MD29 L.A. Galaxy 3 - 5 Toronto +420 -204
Sat 22 Reg. MD30 Toronto 0 - 2 NYRB +390 -182
Sat 29 Reg. MD31 New England 19:30 Toronto
October 2018 (4)
Sat 6 Reg. MD32 Vancouver 17:00 Toronto
Wed 17 Reg. MD34 Toronto 19:30 DC United
Sun 21 Reg. MD34 Toronto 15:00 Impact
Sun 28 Reg. MD35 Atlanta United 16:30 Toronto

Toronto FC Standings Right Now

Toronto will be in the hunt for the MLS Cup for years to come. Take a look how the team from north of the border are progressing throughout the season. 

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# team pts P W D L GF GA +/-
1 Atlanta United Atlanta United 63 30 19 6 5 65 36 29
2 New York Red Bulls New York Red Bulls 59 30 18 5 7 55 32 23
3 FC Dallas FC Dallas 53 29 15 8 6 49 38 11
4 Sporting KC Sporting KC 51 29 15 6 8 54 36 18
5 New York City FC New York City FC 50 30 14 8 8 52 39 13
6 Portland Portland 47 30 13 8 9 46 45 1
7 Columbus Columbus 47 30 13 8 9 39 38 1
8 Philadelphia Philadelphia 46 30 14 4 12 43 45 -2
9 Real Salt Lake Real Salt Lake 45 30 13 6 11 49 49 0
10 Seattle Seattle 44 29 13 5 11 37 32 5
11 L.A. Galaxy L.A. Galaxy 41 30 11 8 11 57 59 -2
12 Impact De Montreal Impact De Montreal 40 30 12 4 14 42 47 -5
13 Vancouver Vancouver 40 29 11 7 11 47 56 -9
14 DC United DC United 35 28 9 8 11 48 48 0
15 New England New England 35 29 8 11 10 43 45 -2
16 Minnesota United Minnesota United 33 29 10 3 16 43 57 -14
17 Houston Houston 32 29 8 8 13 47 43 4
18 Toronto Toronto 30 29 8 6 15 50 57 -7
19 Chicago Chicago 28 29 7 7 15 43 54 -11
20 Orlando City Orlando City 25 29 7 4 18 40 66 -26
21 Colorado Colorado 24 29 6 6 17 32 55 -23
22 San Jose San Jose 20 30 4 8 18 45 63 -18

How To Win At Toronto FC Betting

Toronto made it all the way to the finals in 2016, mostly thanks to their defensive structure. Toronto had the best defensive record in the Eastern Conference, as the team allowed only 39 goals in 34 league games. The Red Bulls, who conceded 43, allowed the second fewest. That’s quite the discrepancy atop the table. They were solid at home and were one of two teams who won as many on the road as they lost. The complete package, there’s no wonder Toronto were able to advance all the way to the final game of the season. 

Had they not run into a sizzling hot Seattle unit, Toronto would have surely lifted their first MLS trophy. Toronto are a solid futures bet for years to come as they are also strong in attack. They’ve got primary and secondary scoring and are solid in the middle of the pitch. 

Standing at 5′ 4, Italian striker Sebastian Giovinco, is considerably short in stature for an MLS player. While he maybe small in size, it doesn’t prevent him from being a powerful force on attack, especially on free kicks. Giovinco’s offensive capability earned him the nickname – “Atomic Ant” – during his career with Juventus FC.

Giovinco is bound to score a lot of goals as he loves to unleash his devastating shot from just about anywhere on the pitch.