In the biggest city in Canada, bettors can find the oldest and most successful Canadian Football League franchise – the Toronto Argonauts. Playing in Canada’s biggest market is a blessing and a curse for the Argos – the common name most people call them. They certainly get much of the CFL spotlight, but also get more than their share of criticism in down years. Either way the season goes bettors will be able to find Toronto Argonauts odds and plenty of news for you to place the right bets on the team.
Toronto Argonauts Next Game
No matter what week of the season it is, a bettor can find the best odds for the Toronto Argonauts next game right here – linked to the greatest sites for CFL wagering.
Toronto Argonauts Football Schedule
At 18 games in length, the CFL season is the longest in professional football. Check the Toronto Argonauts schedule below to take advantage of the lengthy schedule and enjoy the season even more.
Toronto Argonauts Scores And Standings
Playing in the big city does not always translate to success. Check the Toronto Argonauts standings below to see where the team sits in the Eastern Division after every game.
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Bet On Toronto Argonauts Games
The oldest Canadian Football League team, the Toronto Argonauts actually predate the Grey Cup with the team beginning operations in 1873. Since the Grey Cup started in 1909, no team has captured more titles than the sixteen Toronto has won. The Argos are an impressive 16-6 in the big game and while 22 is not the record for appearances, it shows the Boatmen know how to handle themselves on the big stage.
The stage in Toronto is not as big as it used to be. As of 2016, the Argos have moved out of their long-time home to BMO Field. BMO Field is a smaller venue than the Rogers Centre – by about 15,000 fans, give or take – but the Argos had difficulties over the past filling up the Rogers Centre. The half-filled stadium created a poor atmosphere for football and the move to a smaller, outdoors stadium should help the Argos capture a better home field advantage.
Home field advantage is not everything, though, especially when the team’s biggest rival is within an hour’s drive. The Hamilton Tiger-Cats are Toronto’s biggest rival and opponent on Labour Day – a weekend that showcases the CFL biggest rivalry games. The Argos have the all-time advantage, but over the past half-decade, the Ti-Cats have been the more success team. Watch the stadium – either in Toronto or Hamilton – be filled with a mixture of both teams fans. Toronto and Montreal share a common hatred for each other as they are frequent foes in the CFL playoffs. Most teams do not like the Argonauts as they come from Toronto and are the most successful team in league history, making just about every Argos game entertaining to watch and worth wagering on.