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Toronto Sports Arenas

Downtown Toronto GTA OntarioSome of the most popular sports arenas and stadiums in the Greater Toronto Area include Maple Leaf Gardens, St. Michael's Arena, The ACC or Air Canada Centre, the Rogers Centre (which used to be called the Skydome) and the Toronto Exhibition Place where you can find BMO Field.

BMO Field hosts soccer tournaments and is home to the Canadian National Soccer Team as well as the Toronto FC.

Toronto Stadiums

The city of Toronto is home to many sports events, but also many concert events and other live performances. Besides an abundance of high quality theatres, some of the larger arenas and venues are flexible to host either live concerts or sporting events.

Disney on Ice, Rock Concerts and Blue Jays, Argonauts, Maple Leafs and Raptors share the venues during at home events. Maple Leaf Gardens is Toronto's hockey stadium where many Stanley Cups have been won (and lost). Another hockey venue is St. Michael's Arena on 1515 Bathurst Street in downtown Toronto. The Ricoh colliseum is host to the Toronto Marlies (AHL) as well as other concerts and special events.

Cirque du Soleil shows, comedy shows and circus performances also are hosted in and around the city.

The newest member of the Toronto arenas will be a 5,000 seater called the Pan American Field Hockey Centre, currently under construction which should be completed in time for the 2015 Pan American Games. The site is near the University of Toronto and is considered to be a field hockey stadium, although football and soccer will also be played there.

Roger Centre hosts major league baseball and the Toronto Blue Jays from April through October 03, 2012. Other sporting events this year include the Toronto Marathon on May 06, 2012 beginning at Mel Lastman Square.

The Walk of Life is an annual event that takes place May 27, 2012 starting at Evergreen Brick Works at 550 Bayview Ave. in Toronto.