Toronto Betting Lines

Thanks to efforts led by Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment, Major League Soccer expanded to Canada in 2005, when Toronto was awarded a franchise. After a public unveiling in 2006, the MLS became a truly international league, welcoming Toronto FC for their first season in 2007. During the early years, Toronto betting lines listed the Reds mostly as underdogs. Over the past few years, Toronto has transformed into a top designated contender.

Toronto Betting Lines Today

Toronto FC betting lines today have changed drastically from previous seasons. The team instantly earned greater respect after clinching their first MLS Cup finals appearance in 2016, which has lead to the Reds being listed as contenders in the east. 

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Toronto Schedule And Games Result

Looking for the Toronto FC schedule and games result for the season? We update this section throughout the year after each gameday, making it easy to compare the past with matchups in the upcoming schedule.

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February 2018 (2)
Tue 20 Toronto 2 - 0 Colorado +105 +240 Odds
Tue 27 Colorado 0 - 0 Toronto * +1248 -345 Odds
March 2018 (5)
Sat 3 Reg. MD1 Columbus 2 - 0 Toronto +537 -172 Odds
Wed 7 Tigres 1 - 2 Toronto +188 +145 Odds
Tue 13 * Toronto 2 - 3 Tigres +677 -200 Odds
Sat 17 Reg. MD3 Toronto 0 - 1 Impact +141 +193 Odds
Fri 30 Reg. MD5 Real Salt Lake 1 - 3 Toronto +608 -196 Odds
April 2018 (7)
Tue 3 America 1 - 3 Toronto +214 +150 Odds
Tue 10 * Toronto 1 - 1 America +652 -200 Odds
Sat 14 Reg. MD7 Toronto 0 - 2 Colorado +294 +103
Tue 17 Chivas 2 - 1 Toronto +400 -139
Sat 21 Reg. MD8 Toronto 1 - 5 Houston +995 -303
Wed 25 Toronto 2 - 1 Chivas * +275 +101
Sat 28 Reg. MD9 Chicago 2 - 2 Toronto +457 -164
May 2018 (5)
Fri 4 Reg. MD10 Philadelphia 0 - 3 Toronto +480 -200
Wed 9 Reg. MD11 Seattle 2 - 1 Toronto +550 -182
Sat 12 Reg. MD11 Toronto 2 - 3 New England +270 -105
Fri 18 Reg. MD12 Orlando City 1 - 2 Toronto +372 -143
Fri 25 Reg. MD13 FC Dallas 1 - 0 Toronto +356 -120
June 2018 (4)
Sat 2 Reg. MD14 Toronto 3 - 3 Columbus +275 +105
Fri 8 Reg. MD15 Toronto 2 - 0 Philadelphia +204 +130
Wed 13 Reg. MD16 DC United 4 - 4 Toronto +550 -164
Sun 24 Reg. MD17 Toronto 1 - 2 New York City FC +322 -118
July 2018 (6)
Sun 1 Reg. MD18 NYRB 1 - 0 Toronto +184 +142
Wed 4 Reg. MD19 Toronto 3 - 4 Minnesota United +200 +180
Sat 7 Reg. MD19 Toronto 2 - 2 Sporting KC +262 +117
Sat 14 Reg. MD20 Toronto 1 - 2 Orlando City +176 +148
Sat 21 Reg. MD21 Toronto 2 - 1 Chicago +160 +158
Sat 28 Reg. MD22 Chicago 0 - 3 Toronto +663 -250
August 2018 (5)
Sat 4 Reg. MD23 Toronto 2 - 2 Atlanta United +360 -141
Sun 12 Reg. MD24 New York City FC 3 - 2 Toronto +228 +108
Sat 18 Reg. MD25 Toronto 1 - 1 San Jose +188 +145
Sat 25 Reg. MD26 Impact 1 - 3 Toronto +471 -161
Wed 29 Reg. MD27 Toronto 0 - 2 Portland +380 -143
September 2018 (3)
Sat 15 Reg. MD29 L.A. Galaxy 3 - 5 Toronto +425 -175
Sat 22 Reg. MD30 Toronto 0 - 2 NYRB +450 -175
Sat 29 Reg. MD31 New England 1 - 4 Toronto +387 -156
October 2018 (4)
Sat 6 Reg. MD32 Vancouver 2 - 1 Toronto +605 -238
Wed 17 Reg. MD34 Toronto 19:30 DC United +393 -149
Sun 21 Reg. MD34 Toronto 15:00 Impact
Sun 28 Reg. MD35 Atlanta United 16:30 Toronto

Toronto Conference Standings

This part of the site lists Toronto conference standings for the regular season, updated after each game. You’ll be able to compare the Reds’ record with every team in the MLS, including numbers for offensive and defensive production.

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# team pts P W D L GF GA +/-
1 Atlanta United Atlanta United 66 32 20 6 6 67 39 28
2 New York Red Bulls New York Red Bulls 65 32 20 5 7 60 33 27
3 FC Dallas FC Dallas 57 32 16 9 7 51 39 12
4 Sporting KC Sporting KC 53 31 15 8 8 56 38 18
5 New York City FC New York City FC 53 32 15 8 9 55 41 14
6 Portland Portland 51 32 14 9 9 50 46 4
7 Seattle Seattle 50 31 15 5 11 45 33 12
8 Philadelphia Philadelphia 50 32 15 5 12 48 46 2
9 Columbus Columbus 48 32 13 9 10 39 41 -2
10 Real Salt Lake Real Salt Lake 46 32 13 7 12 51 54 -3
11 L.A. Galaxy L.A. Galaxy 45 32 12 9 11 61 60 1
12 DC United DC United 44 31 12 8 11 56 49 7
13 Impact De Montreal Impact De Montreal 43 32 13 4 15 45 52 -7
14 Vancouver Vancouver 43 31 12 7 12 49 60 -11
15 New England New England 38 32 9 11 12 47 51 -4
16 Minnesota United Minnesota United 36 32 11 3 18 46 65 -19
17 Houston Houston 35 32 9 8 15 53 53 0
18 Toronto Toronto 33 31 9 6 16 55 60 -5
19 Chicago Chicago 31 32 8 7 17 47 59 -12
20 Colorado Colorado 27 32 7 6 19 34 62 -28
21 Orlando City Orlando City 25 31 7 4 20 40 70 -30
22 San Jose San Jose 20 32 4 8 20 48 69 -21

Betting on Toronto FC

There’s no hiding the fact that Toronto FC stumbled badly out of the gate, experiencing some of the lowest lows that an MLS franchise could endure. Fortunately, Toronto soccer fans remained supportive through the tough times, allowing management the patience needed to assemble a winner. In 2014, Tim Leiweke enacted a new team-wide philosophy that attracted Michael Bradley, a midfield star from the U.S. National Men’s team. Jozy Altidore and Sebastian Giovinco joined the team shortly afterwards, creating one of the best trios of designated players in the MLS.

They finally made the playoffs in 2015, but were knocked out of the first round by the Montreal Impact – their main rival. However, the Reds weren’t denied their revenge the next year, beating the Impact during an epic eastern conference finals which featured twelve goals and numerous shifts in momentum. Unlike previous Reds sides, the modern version of Toronto FC includes the resiliance necessary to excel at the top level of the MLS.

Powerful runs from Altidore and flashy wizardry from Giovinco spur the attack, but the backbone of Toronto has become their attention to defensive detail. The back line that they’ve assembled could be considered the best the side has ever had, resulting in a mere 39 goals against and an MLS Cup appearance in 2016. Toronto’s firepower feeds off a strong defensive presence, giving them more space to create magic. During the next few years, Toronto FC should remain favorites of the eastern conference, making them a safe play on most occasions.