Toronto Argonauts

The Toronto Argonauts are a Canadian football team from Toronto in the Canadian province of Ontario. It is the oldest professional sports team in North America and the oldest team in the Canadian Football League, which still bears its original name. The Argonauts were founded in 1873 and play in the East Division of the CFL. Their home games they wear out at the Rogers Centre, which offers up to 53 506 spectators.

The helmet design of the Toronto Argonauts consists of a blue background on the silberumfasstes a blue shield emblazoned on a white A. The club colors are blue and white.

The Toronto Argonauts are regarded as the most successful team of the Canadian Footballs, since they could decide for themselves the coveted Grey Cup five times, the first time 1911. Masters of the East Division, they were fourteen times.