HOW TO WATCH: Toronto Arrows vs. NOLA Gold (Apr. 7, 2019)
Toronto, we’re coming home.
Following last Sunday’s record-breaking win in Utah, we’re coming back home to Toronto to kick off our eight-game homestand. First up: a clash with the league-leading NOLA Gold on Sunday, Apr. 7, 2019 (2 p.m. ET kickoff).
Here’s how you can experience the match:
In Person | York Alumni Stadium
There’s no better way to take in our first-ever home MLR match than by being there to witness history at York Alumni Stadium! From the high-tempo, exciting play on the field to the fantastic food / drink options and matchday experience on the sidelines, you won’t want to miss the first-ever professional rugby union match played in Canada!
Tickets to the match are $29 ($19 for youth) when purchased online ahead of the game.
Season tickets are also still available for our eight-match home schedule. On top of enjoying discounted seats, Season Membership holders will receive an invitation to special in-season Season Membership events, access to an invitation-only end-of-year party with Arrows players and staff, a complimentary Arrows hat (valued at $29.99), first access to 2019 playoff tickets, and first access to 2020 Season Membership tickets.
After the match, stick around to meet the Arrows on the pitch, and join us at our team social at Shopsy’s Sports Grill.
Television | GameTV
GameTV is available on the basic digital tier for most Canadian service providers, including Bell, Rogers, Shaw, and Telus. Visit GameTV’s Where to Watch page to find out the channel location in your area.
Stream Online | Toronto Arrows Facebook Page
Can’t get to a TV, but have your computer, phone, or tablet nearby? We’ll also be streaming the match on our Facebook page for Canadian and international viewers.
Header Photo Credit: Richard Lynch
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