Toronto Travel Guide

Toronto Sports & Activities

Toronto has a love–hate relationship with its professional sports teams, and fans can sometimes be accused of being fair-weather, except when it comes to hockey, which has always attracted rabid, sell-out crowds whether the Maple Leafs win, lose, or draw. In other words, don't count on getting Leafs tickets but take heart that sports bars will be filled with fired-up fans. It can be a cinch, however, to score tickets to Blue Jays (baseball), Raptors (basketball), Argos (football), and Toronto FC (soccer) games—depending on who they play.

If you prefer to work up a sweat yourself, consider golf at one of the GTA's courses, ice-skating at a city rink in winter, or exploring the many parks and beaches.


Toronto Blue Jays. Toronto's professional baseball team plays April through September. Interest in the team has gradually fallen since they...


Toronto Raptors. The city's NBA franchise, this team played its first season in 1995–96. For several years they struggled mightily to win both...


Toronto Argonauts. The Toronto Argonauts Canadian Football League (CFL) team has a healthy following. American football fans who attend a CFL...


The golf season lasts only from April to late October. Discounted rates are usually available until mid-May and after Canadian Thanksgiving...


Toronto Maple Leafs. Hockey is as popular as you've heard here, and Maple Leafs fans are particularly ardent. Even though the Leafs haven't...


Harbourfront Centre. This spacious, outdoor rink is often voted the best in the city due to its lakeside location and DJ'd skate nights. Skate...


Toronto's British roots combined with a huge immigrant population have helped make the Toronto Football Club (TFC), the newest addition to the...

Sports and Outdoors

StubHub. Ticket reseller StubHub is a good resource for sold-out games. 866/788–2482 . . ...


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