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Old Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada
Off the back of the recent 2 year $120 million renovation, BMO field is now a sporting mecca for fans, there’s a double-sided scoreboard, the inside displays the score and live feeds in a high-quality HD resolution while the other side broadcasts the game for drivers to watch as they pass by on the highway behind the stadium. Even the grass was renovated to include a hybrid grass system of artificial and natural turf that lights and heats itself in winter.
The new concession stands are something else. The south side has new beer gardens, supporter groups now have easier and more convenient access to beer and good food. The King Club is a beer-focussed concession stand that has its own impressive refrigeration system. There’s loads of restaurants scattered around the stadium that are new and a vast improvement on the old offerings.
All the food is cooked in-house which it certainly wasn’t before, even the team used to bring food in from Ricoh Coliseum down the street! The stadium has promised that the beer will be cold, the concessions will be 2nd to none and the atmosphere will be electric.
There are now more than 30,000 seats but none better that the tunnel club, this is on the ground floor on the west side of BMO Field. Top noche seats comes at a $5,000 price tag. Fans who spring for these special seats will get to see players enter and exit the stadium! Very cool.
Fan Author: Nish Moses / Photo credit
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