The Impact are looking to face off against bitter Canadian Rivals Toronto FC at The Big O today at 4:00p.m. The game will be broadcast on TSN.
The Montreal Impact face off against the Portland Timbers tonight at 10:30 p.m EST. The game will be shown on TVA sports locally.no comments
The Montreal Impact’s second season will show fans different tactics and shape for their club. We’ve seen all the changes in Toronto over the years and Vancouver has seen their fair share of changes in their three years in MLS. But one would have thought Montreal would be different. As it happened they didn’t stray too far from their Canadian foes.
The Union come into this one with a renewed outlook on the season, riding back-to-back MLS league wins, with a new head coach at the helm. The Impact ended their three-game losing skid last weekend when they came from behind to be the Columbus Clew in unquie fashion, 2-1.no comments
Saturday was another historic day for the Montreal Impact with the opening of their renovated Stade Saputo, taking on one of the best sides in all of MLS (Seattle) & handily beating them 4-1. I think that's a dream come true for any IMFC supporter.
In 117th MLS match of the 2012 season, the Montreal Impact and Colorado Rapids will meet for the first time ever. The Impact's undefeated streak was snapped after four games, via theNew York Red Bulls last weekend. The team is currently in 7th place (with 12pts from 12 games) in the MLS' Eastern Conference.
The Montreal Impact beat the Portland Timbers last weekend to stay undefeated at home (2-0-1). The team then played Toronto FC on Wednesday in the 2012 Amway Canadian Championship semifinal (the first leg). IMFC will take on Sporting KC this weekend, who are currently leading the Eastern Conference standings.