CF Montréal


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Wilfried Nancy

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2010 (12 years old)


Saputo Stadium
(20,801 Capacity)

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Montreal, Quebec


American Major League Soccer

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28 May 22 CF Montréal   -  FC Cincinnati
18 Jun 22 CF Montréal   -  Austin FC
25 Jun 22 CF Montréal   -  Charlotte FC
30 Jun 22 Seattle Sounders   -  CF Montréal
05 Jul 22 L.A. Galaxy   -  CF Montréal

Latest Results
22 May 22 CF Montréal  1 - 2  Real Salt
19 May 22 Nashville SC  2 - 1  CF Montréal
14 May 22 Charlotte FC  0 - 2  CF Montréal
07 May 22 CF Montréal  4 - 1  Orlando City
30 Apr 22 CF Montréal  2 - 1  Atlanta United

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Club de Foot Montréal, or simply CF Montréal, is a Canadian professional soccer club based in Montreal, Quebec. The club competes in Major League Soccer (MLS) as a member of the Eastern Conference. Founded in 2010 as Montreal Impact, the team began play in 2012 as an expansion team of the league, being the league's third Canadian club, and replaced the North American Soccer League Montreal Impact. The club rebranded to its current name in 2021.

In 2015, the Montreal Impact became the second MLS club, and first Canadian club, to advance to the final of the CONCACAF Champions League, in its current name since 2008, where they finished runners-up in the two-game aggregate goal series against Club América. The Impact won the Canadian Championship in 2013, 2014 and 2019. The club plays its home matches at Saputo Stadium and is coached by Wilfried Nancy.

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Saputo Stadium (French: Stade Saputo) is a soccer-specific stadium at Olympic Park in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The stadium opened on May 21, 2008, and is the current home of the Montreal Impact. The stadium is built on the former practice track and field site on the grounds of the 1976 Summer Olympics, while the stadium's west side has a view of Olympic Stadium's inclined tower. It has a capacity of 20,801, making it the second-largest soccer-specific stadium in Canada, after BMO Field in Toronto.



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