The latest news from Toronto FC
Reigning Major League Soccer Cup champions Toronto FC were eliminated from playoff contention Saturday with a 2-1 loss to the Vancouver Whitecaps, who kept their own post-season hopes alive.
Toronto FC have said that 'all supporter group privileges' will be suspended following fans setting fire to the Ottawa Fury stadium during a Canadian Championship match.
The New York Red Bulls moved back into second in the Eastern Conference after a win over Toronto.
Toronto came back from 3-0 and 4-3 down to earn an incredible draw against DC United in MLS.
Toronto secured a valuable three points thanks to goals from Jonathan Osorio in either half at Talen Energy Stadium on Friday.
Even without Sebastian Giovinco, Toronto managed to overcome Orlando City in MLS.
Atlanta United's eight-match unbeaten run was ended by Sporting Kansas City, while Toronto were bested by Seattle Sounders.
Sebastian Giovinco was on the scoresheet as Toronto proved too good for Philadelphia Union in MLS.
Guadalajara won their first CONCACAF Champions League title since 1962 after outlasting Toronto in the two-legged final.
A free-kick from Alan Pulido saw Guadalajara to a 2-1 win over Toronto in the CONCACAF Champions League final first leg.