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Canada National

Canada National is used for regular International matches for the National football team's home matches, located in Toronto. The BMO Field Stadium hosted the MLS Cup Finals in 2016 and 2010.

Edmonton

Edmonton is an open-air, multipurpose stadium located in the McCauley neighbourhood of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. It has a seating capacity of 56,302, making it the largest open-air stadium in Canada. Primarily used for Canadian football, it also hosts athletics, soccer, rugby union and concerts.

Montreal

Montreal is used for regular team football in the MLS league, located in the city of Montreal, Canada. The Saputo Stadium hosted the 1976 Summer Olympics featuring the track and field events.

Toronto North

Toronto is used for regular team football in the MLS league, located in the city of Toronto. The BMO Field Stadium hosted the MLS Cup Finals in 2016 and 2010, as well as hosts the Canadian National team.

Toronto South

Toronto South is occasionally used by Toronto football club, located in the city of Toronto. The Rodgers Centre also regularly hosts major league baseball, major league soccer and Canadian football matches.

Vancouver

Vancouver is used for regular team football in the MLS league, located in the city of Vancouver, Canada. The BC Place Stadium hosted the 2010 Winter Olympics and the 2015 Women's World Cup Final.

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