CF Montreal – don’t call them the Montreal impact! – have been in MLS since 2012, when they became the 19th franchise to enter the competition. The third Canadian team in the comp has a natural rivalry with Toronto FC, with the two sides competing in a match that has become known as the Canadian Classique. That game takes place on Saturday, May 13 this season, and you can get cheap Canadian Classique tickets over at Immortal Seats today!
Other games on the home schedule worth checking out include matches against New York Red Bulls on Saturday, April 22, Minnesota United on Saturday, June 10, and their Leagues Cup clash with Pumas UNAM on Saturday, July 22.
Here is the biggest key for CF Montreal based on their start to the 2023 season.
Will 2023 get better?
It has been an ugly start to the season for CF Montreal. The team is dead last in the Eastern Conference, with just three points from their first six matches. They can’t score – three goals from six matches tell their own story – and they concede way too many goals, with opponents having already found the back of the net 16 times.
The worrying aspect is that the last two results have been the worst to date. They were smashed 5-0 on the road in Vancouver before being hammered 4-0 away from home by the New England Revolution. The squad suggests that this team should be doing better than it is, but losing sometimes becomes a habit, and it is one that CF Montreal needs to break as quickly as possible.