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Year Founded: 2014
League: United Soccer League (USL)
Head Coach: Greg Vanney
Assistant Coaching Staff: Nick Theslof (Assistant Coach), Dan Calichman (Assistant Coach), Jason Bent (Assistant Coach), Chris Pozniak (Assistant Coach), Jon Conway (Goalkeeper Coach)
Toronto FC II TicketsOn Toronto FC II, both American and Canadian soccer players come together to take on all comers and entertain their fans. Not to be confused with the MLS team Toronto FC, Toronto FC II is another Canadian-American soccer team that is affiliated with Toronto FC but competes in a different league. Starting in 2015, Toronto FC II began competing in the Canadian-American United Soccer League’s Professional Division, known as USL-Pro. In 2018, the team transitioned to the place it occupies now as one of the founding members of the USL’s Division III, which was later renamed USL League One. The team stands in the top 10 of USL League One and has won three of its last five games, losing only one and drawing one. Toronto FC II is set to carry this winning record out into the future as it begins play during the 2020 season. You, too, can join in with the passionate soccer crowd and witness the action up close when you get your Toronto FC II tickets at StubHub today.
Who are some of the more notable players on the roster of Toronto FC II?The Toronto FC II roster consists of a combination of homegrown and international players. Some of them are occasionally loaned out. A few of the more notable players include goalkeepers Eric Klenofsky and Kevin Silva, defenders Patrick Bunk-Andersen, Robert Boskovic, Jelani Peters and Franco Ramos Mingo, midfielders Dante Campbell, Adolfo Ovalle and Luca Petrasso, and forwards Jordan Perruza, Jordan Faria and Terique Mohammed.
What is Toronto FC II’s schedule like?Toronto FC II is set to begin its 2020 season at the end of March and conclude it at the beginning of October. Throughout that time, the team will average about four or five games per month — with the exceptions of the months of March and October, which will only have one game each. Some of these upcoming games include an away game against New England Revolution II on April 25, a home game against Forward Madison FC on May 15, a home game against South Georgia Tormenta FC on June 26 and an away game against Fort Lauderdale CF on September 5.
In which arenas does Toronto FC II play its games?Home base for Toronto FC II is the BMO Training Ground in Toronto. All home games take place there. Originally opened in 2012, this arena is located on 14 acres of land at Downsview Park that can seat up to 2,000 people. Away game settings vary depending on which team Toronto FC II is facing, but they usually include places like Werner Park, Gillette Stadium, Breese Stevens Field and Globe Life Park.
How can I get Toronto FC II tickets?As the start of the 2020 season nears and Toronto FC II prepares for action, StubHub is your one-stop-shop for tickets for both home and away games throughout the season. Visit StubHub’s Toronto FC II page to see when tickets to the latest games go on sale.
What other teams might fans of Toronto FC II be interested in watching play?Fans of Toronto FC II will likely also want to have the chance to keep an eye on other highly-ranked teams in USL League One, like the Richmond Kickers, North Texas SC, South Georgia Tormenta FC, Greenville Triumph SC and the Chattanooga Red Wolves SC.
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