The coronavirus pandemic continues to promote changes in the world of sport, due to the multiple restrictions that exist in each country to prevent the pathogen from continuing to spread. This is the case in Canada, because due to border restrictions between this nation and the United States, Two MLS teams should start the 2021 season at an alternate location.
It comes to b Toronto FCY Vancouver Whitecaps, The teams that will have to leave Canada to be able to play the new tournament, which they also did last season after returning from the long hiatus that caused the start of the pandemic.
According to the official information provided by the Chris Armas-guided team, they will use a companion Omni Resort at ChampionsGate in Orlando for Training, This coupled with the fact that they can play their games in both Orlando and Tampa.
“We cannot make Toronto’s BMO Stadium our home for the start of the MLS season. “But we will continue to work with local and federal officials to monitor the situation back home and return as soon as possible,” Chief Executive Ali Curtis said in a statement.
Vancouver can play in Utah
For its part, Vancouver, which was home to Providence Park in 2020, can now Utah your new home, This is according to an article published in Away From The Numbers, although there is no official information yet from the Canadian team.