Nickname:
Name of a lower level team in Montreal that was kept upon getting a MLS team, to hold Montreal's Soccer identity.

 
Manager:
Marco Schallibaum 2013-

Stadium:
Olympic Stadium 2012-
Saputo Stadium 2012-
 
Logo
2012-Present
2nd Season
First Game Played March 10, 2012
 
 
 
 
 
Address:
4750 Sherbrooke East Street
Montreal, PQ H1V 3S8

Phone: (514) 328-3668

Web:
http://www.impactmontreal.com
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Stadiums: (2)
Olympic Stadium 2012-Present
Saputo Stadium 2012-Present

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
MLS Cup MVP:
None
 
 
 
Best Season:
2012 (12-16-6; 42 points)

Worst Season
:
2012 (12-16-6; 42 points)
 
 
 
 
On the Air:
Televsion:

TSN; RDS and TVA Sports-French

Radio
:
 
CJAD (800 AM)

Broadcasters
:
Jason de Vos, Rick Moffat, Grant Needham and Luke Wileman-English; Olivier Brett, Claudine Douville, Jean Gounelle Patrick Leduc and Frederic Lord-French
©MMXIII Tank Productions. Stats researched by Stephen Mulvoy, all information, and team names are property of Major League Soccer.  This site is not affiliated with the Montreal Impact or the MLS.  This site is maintained for research purposes only.  All logos used on this page were from Chris Creamer's Sports Logos Page.
  Page created on March 23, 2012. Last updated on June 12, 2013 at 12:15 am ET.  

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Managers: (1)
Jesse Marsch 2012
Marco Schallibaum 2013-Present
 
 
MLS Cup Champions:
None

MLS Cup Appearances:
None

Supporter's Shield Winner:
None

Semi-Finals Appearances:
None

Confernce Champions:
None

Playoff Appearances:
None
All-Star Games Hosted:
None

All-Star Game MVP
:
None

AWARDS
Coach of the Year
:
None

Rookie of the Year:
None

Scoring Champion:
None

Goalkeeper of the Year:
None

Defender of the Year:
None

MVP:
None
Historical Moments:

2012: The Montreal Impact made their MLS debut with a game against their Western Canadian rival the Vancouver Whitecaps, losing 2-0 on March 10th. They would make their home debut a week later, as a record crowd of 58,912 witnessed the Impact play the Chicago Fire to a 1-1 draw at Olympic Stadium, with Davy Arnaud score the Impact's first ever MLS goal. The Impact will play at Olympic Stadium, while their regular field, Saputo Stadium is renovated and expanded for the MLS. They are slated to play their first game at Saputo Stadium in June. They will meanwhile continue to use Olympic Stadium for bigger games in which they expect a larger crowd. At midseason, the Impact acquired 2006 World Cup champion Alesandro Nesta to give a world veteran presence to the club. A five game winning streak late in the summer helped the Impact to a respectable 12-16-6 record which put them in seventh place in the East.


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