Canada's first soccer-specific stadium, BMO Field is located at Exhibition Place in Toronto and plays home to Canada's National soccer team, as well as Toronto FC, Canada's first Major League Soccer team. BMO Field was built at a cost of 62.9 million and funded by a unique public partnership between three levels of government and Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment LTD.
In its inaugural summer, BMO Field (known to FIFA as Canada's National Soccer Stadium) hosted over 260,000 fans during 12 games as the main venue for the FIFA U-20 World Cup. On September 7th, 2007, Phil Collins and Genesis took the stage in front of a capacity crowd of more than 28,000 fans.
Since 2007, BMO Field has welcomed over a million fans and has hosted a multitude of events including the MLS Cup in 2010, International Rugby and Lacrosse.
In 2010, a natural grass pitch was installed along with a state of the art heating system that allows grass to grow in colder spring and fall months.
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