Major League Soccer (MLS) announced Tuesday that Toronto FC will host FC Dallas in their 2016 home opener at the newly renovated BMO Field on Saturday, May 7. Kick-off time will be announced at a later date.
Toronto FC will open its tenth season in MLS on Sunday, March 6 against the New York Red Bulls at Red Bull Arena with kick-off set for 1:30 p.m. ET. The Reds will also play New York City FC the following week in their home opener on Sunday, March 13.
The complete MLS 2016 regular season schedule is expected to be announced in early January.
Sunday, March 6, 2016 (home team listed first):
1:30 p.m. ET – New York Red Bulls vs. Toronto FC (Red Bull Arena) - TSN
2 p.m. ET – Orlando City SC vs. Real Salt Lake (Orlando Citrus Bowl)
2 p.m. ET – Chicago Fire vs. New York City FC (Toyota Park)
3 p.m. ET – FC Dallas vs. Philadelphia Union (Toyota Stadium)
3 p.m. ET – Houston Dynamo vs. New England Revolution (BBVA Compass Stadium)
3 p.m. ET – San Jose Earthquakes vs. Colorado Rapids (Avaya Stadium)
*4:30 p.m. ET – Portland Timbers vs. Columbus Crew SC (Providence Park) – ESPN / ESPN Deportes
5:30 p.m. ET – Vancouver Whitecaps FC vs. Montreal Impact (BC Place) – TSN and RDS
*7 p.m. ET – Seattle Sounders FC vs. Sporting Kansas City (CenturyLink Field)– FS1 / FOX Deportes
10 p.m. ET – LA Galaxy vs. D.C. United (StubHub Center) - UniMas
* = 2.5 hour windows starting at this time.
Saturday, March 12
New England Revolution vs. D.C. United (Gillette Stadium)
Columbus Crew SC vs. Philadelphia Union (MAPFRE Stadium)
Colorado Rapids vs. LA Galaxy (Dick’s Sporting Goods Park)
Sporting Kansas City vs. Vancouver Whitecaps FC (Children’s Mercy Park)
Real Salt Lake vs. Seattle Sounders FC (Rio Tinto Stadium)
Montreal Impact vs. New York Red Bulls (Olympic Stadium)
Sunday, March 13
New York City FC vs. Toronto FC (Yankee Stadium)
Saturday, March 19 D.C. United vs. Colorado Rapids (RFK Stadium)
Sunday, March 20
Philadelphia Union vs. New England Revolution (Talen Energy Stadium)
Saturday, May 7
Toronto FC vs. FC Dallas (BMO Field)