Toronto SC is one of the older teams in the America League and its pretty successful. They get more with less, with a Moneyball approach to the game. Their crest and uniforms flow right into that mindset.
The roots of the club were actually started in 1900, as the team played in the Canadian Soccer League. In 1910 the team split with a core group of players wanting to play in the Great Lakes League in the States. Because of this, there were essentially 2 Toronto SC’s for quite some time, however in the 1940s the CSL team disbanded and the ownership threw its weight into the America League side. They have won 4 Premier Championships and 15 Canadian Cups.
The team's crest is an altered shield which is best defined with "form follows function" meaning, the shape was dictated by the elements within. A large T is broken by a C and then S with a stylized maple leaf at the bottom.
The Leafs (what else) play their games at the East End Grounds near the Rogers Center. The kits are pretty basic and again no nonsense, almost template like. The change kit is Green which honors a former team in another sport, the Toronto St. Pats. The primary is in red and white which is of course the color of the Nation's flag.
Location: Toronto, Canada / Nickname: Leafs / Stadium: East End Grounds / Founded: 1910