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Toronto FC has been part of the MLS since 2007, and it has the honor of being the first Canadian team to enter the league. After several season of not making it to the MLS Cup playoffs, the Toronto FC made it to the final game last season, only to lose to the Sounders. They will be looking to once again find themselves as a Cup contender, but this time walking away the victors. Join head coach Greg Vanney, midfielder Michael Bradley, forward Sebastian Giovinco, forward Jozy Altidore and the rest of the team as they take on the MLS this season. Razorgator has tickets to all the matches, including to the team's biggest rival, the Montreal Impact.
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Toronto FC News

Toronto FC is in the MLS Conference Cup Finals! They secured their place in the race to the championship by defeating the NYC FC last weekend. The finals appearance hardly comes as a surprise to fans, who expected to see their team make a run for the Cup since early on in the season. Their bid for the title will not come easy, however, as they will have to go through the Montreal Impact to get there. The two rivals square off on Wednesday, November 30, at BMO Field in Toronto, ON. Tickets to the epic Canadian clash are currently on sale and available for prices as low as $85.
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Toronto FC shut out the NYC FC in the MLS Conference Semifinals games to advance to the conference finals. In the first game, Jozy Altidore and Tesaint Rickets scored late in the game to get the win. Toronto scored five goals in the second game, starting out in the sixth minute of play when Sebastian Giovinco scored his first goal of the night. He would go on to get a hat trick, and team mates Altidore and Jonathan Osorio helped out with a goal a piece. Toronto faces Montreal in the conference finals and is expected to advance to the cup. You can still get tickets for the conference finals, with game 1 on November 22. Prices start at $24.
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