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Sports & Entertainment

From hockey games, baseball games to live concerts both indoors and outdoors, Toronto is filled sporting and entertainment venues for everyone.  

Air Canada Centre The Air Canada Centre (ACC) is a multi-purpose indoor sporting arena and concert venue.  It is the home of the Toronto Maple Leafs of the National Hockey League (NHL), the Toronto Raptors of the National Basketball Association (NBA), and the Toronto Rock of the National Lacrosse League (NLL). 40 Bay St.
BMO Field BMO Field is the first soccer-specific stadium built in Canada and is home to Toronto F.C. (Major League Soccer) and Canada's national soccer teams.  The 20,000-seat stadium is located at Exhibition Place in downtown Toronto.  170 Princes' Blvd.
Downsview Park Expansive green space allows for small- to large-scale outdoor events including culture, sports, recreation, dining and leisure.   35 Carl Hall Rd.
Budweiser Stage (formerly: Molson Canadian Amphitheatre) Budweiser Stage (fr. Molson Amphitheatre) is an excellent venue with top notch facilities. It is located on the Ontario Place grounds. The Amphitheatre has been host to some of the most exclusive concerts and events in Toronto.  909 Lake Shore Blvd. W.
Polson Pier Located just minutes from the heart of downtown on an expansive 23 acre waterfront property, Polson Pier is visited by over 1 million residents and tourists annually, and features multiple indoor event and concert venues, a waterside restaurant, indoor and outdoor sporting facilities, the city's largest patio bar, and Toronto's only drive-in movie theatre. 11 Polson St.
Aviva Centre Canada's National Tennis Centre located on the York University campus.  The Rexall Centre is a world-class international tennis centre with a park-like setting that provides dining, shopping and interactive activities.   1 Shoreham Dr.
Ricoh Coliseum Ricoh Coliseum is home to the AHL's Toronto Marlies Hockey Club. It is an intimate 8200 seat arena that offers ice rentals, concerts, special and corporate events with great sightlines and acoustics. 100 Princes' Blvd.
Rogers Centre Rogers Centre is recognized as one of the world's premier entertainment complexes and is famous the world over for its fully retractable roof.  Formerly known as SkyDome, the venue has staged more than 2,000 events and been visited by more than 60 million people.  It is home to the Toronto Blue Jays baseball team and Toronto Argonauts Canadian football team.   1 Blue Jays Way
Woodbine Racetrack Woodbine Racetrack offers both Standardbred and Thoroughbred racing and hosts many prominent events throughout the year. It is the only racetrack in North America that can offer both standardbred and thoroughbred racing on the same day. 555 Rexdale Blvd.



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