CF Montréal Odds
Club de Foot Montréal, or CF Montréal, began playing in MLS in the 2012 season as the Montreal Impact, moving up from the North American Soccer League. The team changed its name to CF Montréal in 2021.
Betting on CF Montréal is about to become a much bigger deal in Canada. What kind of CF Montréal odds are available and how can you bet on them? Find out below.
Today’s CF Montréal odds: moneylines, spreads, totals
Check the latest CF Montréal game lines, including three-way moneylines, spreads, and totals. If you see a number you like, click on it to head to that sportsbook, create an account, and place that bet.
How to bet on CF Montréal games in Canada
If you want to bet on CF Montréal or place MLS bets on any other team, you’ll need an account with some money in it at a legal online sportsbook, either one that a province runs or one by a private company. Here are the steps to making that happen:
- Register for an account: Select one of the licensed Canadian online sportsbooks that we list above or elsewhere on this site. Register on the site or download and install the sportsbook app right away and register that way. You’ll need to provide some personal information. Make note of any necessary promo or bonus code needed to claim your sports betting bonuses.
- Deposit funds: Deposit money into your account to bet. Choose one of the available deposit methods, which will likely include options like PayPal, Interac and online banking. Just plug in an amount to deposit, fill in your account details and follow the prompts.
- Bet: Browse through the CF Montréal lines in the MLS or soccer section, and simply click on a bet you’re interested in placing. This will transfer the wager to your bet slip, where you can enter how much you want to bet. Add more bets and turn it into a parlay wager, or stick to one individual bet per slip. After that, it’s just a matter of clicking to confirm your bet and place it.
CF Montréal betting lines explained
|CF Montréal||+1.5 (-600)||+155||Over 2.5 (-110)|
|Toronto FC||-1.5 (+450)||-175||Under 2.5 (-110)|
The numbers above are taken from DraftKings Sportsbook in Canada and show some of your CF Montréal main soccer betting options. The first column shows the spread, with odds on either side in parentheses. For soccer spreads, you will generally see a range of numbers, from 0.5 to 2.5, with odds that change with the size of the spread. Here, you can bet on the CF Montréal spread at +1.5 (-600) odds against Toronto FC.
You’ll win this bet if CF Montréal wins the game or loses by just a single goal. You’ll lose if Montreal loses by two or more. Win the bet at these odds, and you’ll win $100 on a bet of $600. If you bet on Toronto, on the other hand, you would win if Toronto FC wins by two or more. You would win $450 on a $100 bet, in this case.
Next are two of the three moneyline betting options. Here you can bet on either team to win the game outright. Bet on the CF Montréal moneyline at odds of +155, and you would win $155 for every $100 if you were correct. Bet on Toronto FC at -175, and you would win $100 for every $175 on a correct bet. Soccer games will also have a third moneyline option, allowing you to bet on the game ending in a draw.
The third column is the line for the total, where you can bet on the final combined score of the game. Your options are over 2.5 goals total or under 2.5 goals. Get it right at these odds, and you would win $100 for every $110 that you bet.
CF Montréal live betting
Live betting allows you to bet on CF Montréal games in the middle of the action. Your options will include the same bets as above, but with odds that change along with the action on the pitch. With live betting, you can increase your action, hedge winning bets or try to make up for a pregame bet that isn’t looking so good.
CF Montréal schedule
The CF Montréal schedule consists of 34 regular-season games, 17 each at home and on the road. A typical MLS season starts in late February and runs through October. The MLS Cup playoffs then run over three weeks before the MLS Cup final in early November.
Major League Soccer has also announced that it is reducing the number of midweek games to put the majority of contests on weekends.
CF Montréal will play the 13 other Eastern Conference teams twice each, at home and away. The remaining eight games will be against opponents from the Western Conference. Check the specific schedule for the coming season on the CF Montreal website.
CF Montréal career leaders
Here are CF Montréal’s career leaders in a few key stats:
- MLS appearances: Evan Bush, 176
- Goals: Ignacio Piatti, 66
- Assists: Ignacio Piatti, 35
- MLS playoff goals: Ignacio Piatti, 5
CF Montréal home games
- Name: Saputo Stadium
- Address: 4750 Sherbrooke Street E, Montreal, Quebec
- Owner: Saputo Inc.
- Operator: CF Montréal
- Capacity: 19,619
- Field: 110 m by 70 m (grass)
- Ground-breaking: April 18, 2007
- Opening date: May 18, 2008
- Construction cost: $47 million
- Other uses: Soccer only
CF Montréal history
Speculation regarding the North American Soccer League’s Montreal Impact moving up to MLS began in 2007 when construction started on Saputo Stadium. Team Chairman Joey Saputo, the majority shareholder of the Saputo dairy products company, began looking at potential partners for an MLS franchise. In 2008, MLS brass indicated plans to add two expansion teams for 2011 and listed Montreal as a possibility. On May 7, 2010, MLS announced that the Montreal Impact, privately owned by the Saputo family, would be the 19th club to join MLS and would begin to play in 2012.
The Impact’s first MLS game took place on March 10, 2012, a loss to Vancouver Whitecaps FC. The team’s first home game was a week later at Olympic Stadium, with an attendance of 58,912, a record for pro soccer in Montreal. Montreal won its first Canadian Championship in 2013, finishing the regular season with a record of 14-13-7, and made the playoffs for the first time.
In 2015, the Montreal Impact became just the second MLS club, and first from Canada, to advance to the final of the CONCACAF Champions League, eventually losing the two-game aggregate goal series to Club América.
Arsenal legend Thierry Henry agreed to take on the role of the coach in 2019 and helped Montreal return to the MLS playoffs for the first time in almost four years. However, he stepped down prior to the 2021 season to be closer to his family in the UK, and the club missed the playoffs again.
Where can I watch CF Montréal games?
Canadian MLS games will be streamed on Apple+ beginning with the 2023 season through the MLS Season Pass package. Games featuring Canadian teams will feature English, French and Spanish commentary feeds. Some Canadian MLS games will also be broadcast on TSN.
CF Montréal FAQ
CF Montréal is privately owned by the Saputo family, which originally made its money from the Canadian cheese and dairy product company Saputo Inc.
Montreal is captained by Kenyan native and defensive midfielder Victor Wanyama. Wanyama has been quoted saying he wants to be the first player to captain CF Montréal to a title. He became captain ahead of the 2021 season.
Season ticket prices for CF Montréal games at Saputo Stadium in 2023 range from $275 to $1,420.
CF Montréal has never won the MLS Cup. However, the team has won the Canadian Championship five times, in 2008, 2013, 2014, 2019 and 2021.
According to MLS valuations from Sportico, CF Montréal is worth $380 million, ranking the team 26 of 27 in MLS. Only the Colorado Rapids at $370 million is lower.
CF Montréal operates the @clubdefootmtl account on Twitter with 348.5K followers. this is the official account of the team, boasting the French-language tagline “#CFMTL — Compte Officiel du CF Montréal, club de la @MLS.” The account has been active since October 2009.