Montreal Impact Tickets
Organization: Major League Soccer
Conference: Eastern Conference
Location: Montreal, Quebec
Venue: Saputo Stadium
Notable Players: Marco Donadel, Dominic Oduro, Patrice Bernier, Alessandro Nesta, Ambroise Oyongo, Evan Bush, Laurent Ciman, Marco Di Vaio, Ignacio Piatti and Didier Drogba
Montreal Impact TicketsThe Montreal Impact is one of the most prestigious and decorated teams in Canadian soccer. The club was originally founded in 1992 by Joey Saputo, a Canadian businessman, as a member of the American Professional Soccer League. Montreal stormed onto the scene by winning the 1994 league championship in only its second year of existence. After Montreal transitioned to the United Soccer League (which absorbed the APSL in the 1990s), the club repeated as champions again in 2004 and 2009. Montreal is also the three-time winner of the Canadian Championship, which crowns the country’s best team, in 2008, 2013 and 2014. Amid this success, Montreal moved to the MLS in 2012 and soon became a playoff contender, reaching the Eastern Conference Finals in 2016. Ignacio Piatti, who joined the team in 2014, currently stands as the club’s all-time leading goal scorer for the MLS regular season. If you want to experience one of the top clubs in Canadian soccer, then you can purchase Montreal Impact tickets at StubHub, a leading source for live events.
What are the top Montreal Impact games for the upcoming season?Montreal opens up the 2020 MLS regular season with a home game against the New England Revolution on February 29. Other important games include a matchup against the Seattle Sounders FC on May 27 and an away and home series against New York City FC on July 25 and September 11, respectively. Montreal goes to Toronto on June 13 and then returns home to play them again on August 22 during rivalry week. The team concludes the season with a home game against FC Cincinnati on October 4. Outside of the MLS, Montreal is the sole representative of Canada in the Concacaf Champions League. It is scheduled to play the Deportivo Saprissa from Costa Rica on February 19 and 26. If it wins the series, then the club will advance to the next round of the tournament in March. Montreal will also play in the 2020 Canadian Championship at some point in July. Thanks to a first round bye, the club will automatically advance to the quarterfinals, where it will meet the winner of the AS Blainville and HFX Wanderers match.
What was the Montreal Impact's record last season?Montreal finished the 2019 season with 41 points and a record of 12 wins, 17 losses and five draws. As the ninth-ranked team in the Eastern Conference, Montreal missed out on the playoffs by two spots.
Who is the Montreal Impact's most important rival?The Montreal Impact shares a rivalry with Toronto FC. From their first match in the 2008 Voyageurs Cup (the predecessor of the Canadian Championship), the teams have met almost every season. Their first MLS matchup in 2012 ended with a 2-1 Impact victory at Olympic Stadium. Some of their matchups in the Canadian Championship have become legendary. A late 91st-minute goal by Felipe Campanholi Martins lifted Montreal over Toronto in the second leg of the 2014 final.
Who is the Montreal Impact's head coach?Thierry Henry became Montreal’s head coach on November 14, 2019. Following a 20-year professional playing career, Henry was hired as an assistant with a Belgian national team between 2016 and 2018. He helped the team win the third-place match against England in the 2018 FIFA World Cup. He got his first head coaching job with Monaco in 2018 and 2019 before Montreal hired him.
How large is the Montreal Impact's venue?Saputo Stadium, which opened in 2008, has a maximum seating capacity of 19,619 spectators. Named in honor of the Saputo family, which donated a bulk of the funds for the stadium’s completion, the venue resides at Olympic Park, where it is accessible by both the Viau and Pie-IX subways. The stadium uses a synthetic grass field for soccer games.
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