Toronto FC Vs Columbus Crew Sc Live Score Match Scorecard Result Points 2016 MLS

Toronto FC Vs Columbus Crew Sc

The Major League Soccer is one of the biggest event which happens inside the US and counts numerous of challengers every year and countless crowd which are die-heart fan of the game Soccer. The regular season of this tournament runs basically from March to October. The teams are divided into the Eastern and Western Conferences. The teams have to play play 34 games all-in-all in an unbalanced schedule.

Toronto FC Vs Columbus Crew Sc

The schedule is that 24 matches against teams within their conference, plus 10 matches against teams from the other conference. The Midway through the season, teams break for the annual All-Star Game, a friendly game between the league’s finest players and a major club from a different league. At the very end of the regular season, the team with the highest point total is awarded the award for this game Supporters’ Shield.

The soccer leagues which happens around the world are quite different, but similar to other leagues in the Americas, the MLS regular season is followed by the 12-team MLS Cup Playoffs which starts in November. The ending of the MLS Cup championship final takes place in the early December.

1. Columbus Crew SC: is a professional soccer club team which is based in Columbus, Ohio, United States, which competes in Major League Soccer (MLS) in the Eastern Conference of the league. It is one of the ten charter clubs of MLS, it has given its best and exceptional performances since the very beginning. The crew SC is owned by Anthony Precourt and The Precourt Sports Ventures LLC. The Precourt became the second owner in the history of the club on July 30, 2013. The head coach of the club is Gregg Berhalter, who is also a former player of the United States men’s national soccer team.

2. Toronto FC (TFC): This is an Canadian professional soccer club based in Toronto, Ontario which competes in Major League Soccer (MLS), in the Eastern Conference of the league. The team plays and trains at their home matches in their soccer-specific BMO. The field is located in Exhibition Place along the western part of the Toronto lake shore.

The Toronto FC team was MLS’s fourteenth, and first Canadian, franchise in the league. The team is being coached by Greg Vanney and is being operated by Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment, which also operates the NHL’s Toronto Maple Leafs,