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The history of Toronto FC Soccer (Football) from Wikipedia.
Toronto FC (TFC) is a Canadian professional soccer club based in Toronto, Ontario which competes in Major League Soccer (MLS). Toronto became MLS's fourteenth team in the league, and first Canadian team, upon their expansion in 2007. The team plays their home matches at the soccer-specific BMO Field, located in Exhibition Place along the Toronto lake shore. The team is coached by Ryan Nelsen and operated by Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment, which also operates the NHL's Toronto Maple Leafs, the AHL's Toronto Marlies, and the NBA's Toronto Raptors. A nickname of theirs is the Reds.
The club won four consecutive Amway Canadian Championships from 2009 to 2012.
Despite a long scoreless streak to start the team's history, Toronto FC quickly began to establish itself as a club with significant fan support. The club's first win on May 12 at BMO Field saw Danny Dichio score in the 24th minute, which prompted the sellout crowd to toss promotional plastic seat cushions onto the field in celebration. Though TFC would slip to the bottom of the MLS standings with a record of 6–17–7, the club built a foundation as the first Canadian team in MLS.
In their second season in 2008, Toronto hosted the 2008 MLS All-Star Game. However, the team finished the season in last place in the Eastern Conference with a record of 9–13–8. The stands at BMO Field, though, were packed on a regular basis as Toronto F.C. continued to enjoy an enthusiastic fan base.
In order to determine the Canadian Soccer Association's representative in the CONCACAF Champions League, Toronto FC played in the inaugural Canadian Championship in 2008, competing for the Voyageurs Cup. TFC were the favourites to win the championship in its first year, but the Montreal Impact prevailed.
The last place New York Red Bulls handed Toronto a crushing 5-0 defeat in the final 2009 regular season game, leaving TFC one point out of the playoffs. Despite bringing in some high profile talent, the Reds couldn’t seem to field a consistent side. Dwayne De Rosario continued to put up gaudy numbers, adding 11 goals in 2009. Amado Guevara was a strong playmaker and established MLS veteran, but the Honduran's future at the Canadian club seemed murky with looming 2010 World Cup duties. Rookie goalkeeper Stefan Frei quickly replaced Greg Sutton as a regular starter and immediately became a fan favourite. TFC only scored 2 goals in the final 15 minutes of games all season (last in MLS). During the same 15 minute period they gave up 16 goals (most in MLS), thus creating a −14 goal differential during the final 15 minutes.