|Capacity before works||22 453|
|Address||170 Princes' Boulevard, Toronto, Ontario M6K 3C3, Canada|
Description: BMO Field
In late September 2014 works began behind the east stand of BMO Field. Since then, thanks to John Hadden’s efforts we’re able to show you how the works are going on what will be nearly 8,400-seat expansion of the stadium.
As part of the project both east and west sides will get a significant upgrade of their hospitality zones, including 15 new boxes/lounges in the east. For the first time ever the stadium will also get most of the fans under cover. Resting on four pillars in each corner, the roof will initially protect three sides, but may be expanded over the north end too.
All of the changes should be implemented by 2016, but the stadium may undergo further works behind goals. Should both end stands be expanded and covered, BMO Field may offer over 40,000 seats, mostly covered.
Toronto: Canada’s national football stadium reopened
It’s only been several hours since BMO Field in Toronto is back into operation after its biggest expansion project ever. Now covered, the stands welcomed 30,025 people last night.
Toronto: Third roof raised, naming rights signed
On Sunday the last crucial part of BMO Field redevelopment was delivered, while today future of naming rights got sealed with new deal by BMO.
Toronto: Roof over BMO Field arriving from Montreal
After adding a second tier, now PCL is building a large roof over the fixed seating of BMO Field. Huge prefabricated beams are transported to Toronto all the way from Montreal.
Toronto: BMO Field ready for re-opening
Modest ceremony today, much greater celebrations on Sunday – that’s the plan for BMO Field’s re-launch into operation. Now it’s the largest soccer-specific stadium in Canada.
Toronto: BMO Field expansion needs more time and money
Works on the national soccer stadium of Canada are delayed and will be more expensive than anticipated. But reopening on May 10 isn’t threatened.
Toronto: Last tread of the eastern grandstand in place
On Friday the very last precast tread of the eastern upper deck was installed. From May on the stand will open 8,400 new seats for Toronto FC supporters.