Vancouver Whitecaps vs. Toronto FC: Live Stream, Confirmed Lineups, and more

All the matchday info you need for the Canadian Championship Final between the Vancouver Whitecaps and Toronto FC.

The Voyaguers Cup will be awarded in BC Place when the Vancouver Whitecaps and Toronto FC meet for the second leg. Toronto come into this match with a 1-0 lead on aggregate, but their fortunes have changed drastically since the first leg. Not only did they lose a heartbreaker late to Orlando City, the club has confirmed Clint Irwin will be out for six weeks while Michael Bradley will also be missing.

The growing list of casualties as well as the emotional trauma still left over from that last game can only be a bad thing for Toronto FC heading into a Cup Final. The Vancouver Whitecaps may not be the best team in the MLS, but they’re still a tough out, and they are the defending Voyageurs Cup holders. They may be down a goal, but they can easily overcome that, especially with the home crowd on their side.

As such, there will be a lot of pressure on Toronto FC if they are to win the Voyageurs Cup, and they will have to do so shorthanded. But even without Clint Irwin, our defense is highly regarded, and they will be tasked with slowing the game down and limiting the passing options of their best strikers. Plus Sebastian Giovinco has had no problems with carrying the offense so far. Getting an away goal will be absolutely vital if TFC want to win.

This match will be absolutely monumental for Toronto FC’s season. Not only is it their first chance to win some silverware, but it gives them a chance to bounce back after a painful loss. The odds are stacked against them, and this will be a true test of TFC’s ability to overcome adversity. If they can pull off the win here, they could well be on their way to achieving unprecedented success.

As always, we’ve got you covered with all the match details. You can catch this game across the TSN network. It you can’t make it to a TV, TSN GO will be the go-to streaming service, although you have to log in with your television provider’s account. Here’s all the details so that you won’t miss a second of the action:

Date: Wednesday, June 29th
Start Time: 
10 p.m. ET
Location: 
Vancouver, British Columbia
Stadium: 
BC Place
TV Info:
TSN
Live Stream: TSN GO

Here are the confirmed lineups for both clubs. Alex Bono will be getting the start in goal while Mo Babouli is starting alongside Sebastian Giovinco rather than Jordan Hamilton:

This is by far the biggest match of the season, and the pressure is on for them to deliver. Come on you Reds!