Toronto sports fans need to start getting ready now for the 2018 action-packed sports season. There’s so much excitement coming our way for all types of sports enthusiasts, including the 2018 Winter Olympics on the roster. So before you get wrapped up in all the sports schedules, check out what’s on tap for sports in 2018, so you can be well prepared.
2018 Winter Olympics In Pyeongchang, Korea
It’s been 4 long years since we last got our Winter Olympic fix. Finally, February 9th, 2018 we’ll be glued once again to our screens to watch all of our Canadian athletes compete for gold. This year, Korea hosts the Winter Olympics, offering new horizons for athletes and sports. With 15 sports to watch, eighty-eight gold medals to be won, and hundreds of Canadian contenders, you can watch our athletes as they try to outdo their previous successful Olympic track records – ranking in the top 3 in the last 2 Olympics for both gold medals and total medals won overall. So get ready to get your Canadian gear and flag out, and cheer on your hometown athletes as they compete on the global stage.
2018 FIFA World Cup In Russia
Scheduled for June 14th to July 15th, 2018, the World Cup comes back to greet us once again since 2006. While taking place in Russia this year, you can catch your favourite soccer teams taking to the stadium to fight for the FIFA cup. Get ready to watch 32 teams around the world compete in over 64 matches across 12 venues in 11 cities. Canada did not qualify this time around, but you can still watch other teams fight to qualify as we lead up to the games starting in June.
2018 NHL Winter Classic
On January 1st, 2018, its the return of the NHL winter classic. This classic will feature the Buffalo Sabres and New York Rangers competing on the Citi Field, which is the home of the New York Mets. This year is extra special as it marks the 10-year anniversary of the 2008 debut. So be sure to get your spot nice and early at your favourite local pub to enjoy this New Year’s tradition with all your friends and family.
2018 Home Team Comebacks
Don’t forget about your Toronto home teams in 2018! Your Toronto FC soccer team gets their first kick off in March, followed by the Blue Jays taking their first swing in April, then Argonauts hitting the field in June, and finally the Raptors entering the courts in October while the Maple Leafs take to the rink in the same month. With year-round sports entertainment, you never have to go without your sports action fix in 2018.
The 2018 sports season is going to be a big one. So be sure to get your seat nice and early at Rally Sports Bar, so you don’t miss a minute of the action.