A history of the Toronto Ultras, supporters of the Toronto Lynx

Professional soccer in Toronto traces its roots back to the early 20th century with the Toronto Scottish and the Toronto Ulster Football clubs. Organized fan support wasn’t common here or anywhere else in the world during this time, so naturally it took several decades before it appeared. Compounding the problem was that Toronto had a […]

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A history of Toronto’s soccer clubs

Toronto’s professional soccer scene was littered with failed franchises, fragmented soccer leagues and decades upon decades of unfulfilled hopes. During the North American Soccer League (NASL) era alone, Toronto had four soccer teams, each with a different name and nearly all of them playing at different venues. League bankruptcies, name changes and general apathy from […]

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The public financing of BMO Field debate

The following article shows some of the sentiment of Toronto’s sports fans prior to BMO field being built. Many people assumed that because the Toronto Lynx drew small crowds at Varsity and Centennial Fields, an MLS franchise in Toronto would not be successful. Q: Why should taxpayers be footing the bill for a new stadium? […]

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