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Ottawa Senators

Ottawa’s professional hockey team has qualified for the Stanley Cup playoffs in 16 of the past 20 seasons, have won four division titles and made the Stanley Cup Finals in 2007. Playing from their Canadian Tire Centre home, the Sens are regularly represented in the top half in fan attendance across the NHL.
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Toronto Maple Leafs

For over 100 years, the Toronto Maple Leafs have represented 'Honour, Pride and Courage' in the game of hockey, to the City of Toronto and to the team's fans around the world. With 13 Stanley Cups to franchise's credit, the club celebrated its Centennial in 2017 and has begun writing the next chapter in the team's iconic history.

Toronto Raptors

In 1995, the NBA brought professional basketball back to the city where the first-ever NBA game was played and the Toronto Raptors took their first step towards capturing the attention of basketball fans right across Canada. Today, as the only franchise outside the United States, the Raptors and their fans take pride in their role in the growing success of basketball globally and in the club’s climb as it works to deliver the first NBA Championship to its city, its country, and its fans.
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Toronto FC

As one of the most culturally diverse cities in the world, Toronto is home to millions of fans for what is widely considered the most popular sport globally. Beginning play in 2007, Toronto FC united Toronto fans as it began play at BMO Field with a goal of establishing itself as not only being a force in Major League Soccer, but also within international competition. In 2017, Toronto FC would post the best season in Major League Soccer history while winning the domestic treble by capturing the Canadian Championship, the Supporters’ Shield and the MLS Cup.
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Toronto Argonauts

Established in 1873, one of the oldest sports franchises in North America and the most successful team in Canadian Football League history with a record 17 Grey Cup Championships to its credit, is the Toronto Argonauts. After winning the 2017 Grey Cup Championship, the ‘Double Blue’ are eager to build on the team’s recent success and recapture the excitement of Argos football in Toronto.
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Toronto Marlies

The Toronto Marlies are the American Hockey League (AHL) affiliate of the Toronto Maple Leafs. Since coming into the market in the 2005-06 season , the Marlies have experienced plenty of success, including a Calder Cup victory in the 2017-18 Season. The team plays its home games at Coca-Cola Coliseum on the Exhibition Grounds in Toronto, Ontario. As the top affiliate of the Maple Leafs, many Marlies players graduate to play for the NHL team. Toronto Marlies hockey is affordable, engaging, and interactive for fans of all ages.

Raptors 905

The NBA G-League has grown significantly since its right-team debut in 2001. Today it's a 26 team league and will be growing to 27 next season. Raptors 905 was the first G-League team to operate outside of the United States. Having a team to help the development of younger players is an invaluable asset for NBA franchises. With Raptors 905, the Raptors seem an opportunity to nurture an environment and culture that is the same as the one they've created at Scotiabank Arena.
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GTHL Canada

Founded in 1911, the GTHL is a non-profit organization and the largest amateur minor hockey league in the world. The GTHL registers approximately 40,000 annual participants in Toronto, Mississauga, North York, Scarborough, Vaughan and Markham varying in age from 4 to 20. The GTHL celebrated its 100th anniversary in the 2011-2012 season.

Ontario Basketball Association

Ontario Basketball (OBA) is the governing body for basketball in the province. A member of Canada Basketball, the national governing body for basketball, OBA is the largest provincial basketball organization in the country. OBA is a non-profit entity and receives financial support from the Ontario Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport. The organization was incorporated in 1977, but its history dates back to over 80 years ago. OBA now runs programming for 16,000 athletes ages U10-U19.