Toronto FC Depth Chart - 2018 Roster

As of February 26, 2018 (Formation 4-4-2, diamond):



  1. Jozy Altidore
  2. Jordan Hamilton
  3. Ben Spencer

Second Forward

  1. Sebastian Giovinco
  2. Tosaint Ricketts
  3. Ayo Akinola


Left Mid

  1. Marky Delgado
  2. Nicolas Hasler

Attacking Mid

  1. Victor Vazquez
  2. Ager Aketxe
  3. Jay Chapman

Defensive Mid

  1. Michael Bradley
  2. Liam Fraser

Right Mid

  1. Jonathan Osorio
  2. Nicolas Hasler


Left Back

  1. Justin Morrow
  2. Ashtone Morgan

Left Center Back

  1. Chris Mavinga
  2. Eriq Zavaleta

Right Center Back

  1. Drew Moor
  2. Nick Hagglund

Right Back

  1. Gregory van der Wiel
  2. Auro


  1. Alex Bono
  2. Clint Irwin
  3. Caleb Patterson-Sewell

2019 Roster Notes

  • A club's active roster is comprised of up to 30 players. All 30 players are eligible for selection to each 18-player game-day squad during the 2019 MLS regular season and playoffs.
  • SENIOR: (ON-BUDGET) Up to 20 players, occupying roster spots 1-20, count against the club's 2019 Salary Budget , and are referred to collectively as the club's Senior Roster.
  • SUPPLEMENTAL & RESERVE: (OFF-BUDGET) The salaries of players on the Supplemental Roster (spots 21-24) and Reserve Roster (spots 25-30) do not count toward a club's Salary Budget.
  • INTL: In 2019, a total of 192 international roster spots are divided among the 24 clubs. These spots are tradable, in full season increments, so some clubs may have more than eight and some clubs may have fewer than eight.
  • DP & Young DP: The Designated Player Rule allows clubs to acquire up to three players whose total compensation and acquisition costs exceed the Maximum Salary Budget Charge, with the club bearing financial responsibility for the amount of compensation above each player's Salary Budget Charge. A Designated Player 23 years old (or younger than the age of 23) during the League Year is a Young Designated Player Budget Charge. Designated Player spots are not tradable.
  • HG: A club may sign a player to a contract without subjecting him to the MLS SuperDraft if the player has been a member of a club's youth academy for at least one year and has met the necessary training and retention requirements. Players joining MLS through this mechanism are known as Homegrown Players.
  • GA & GA-C: Generation adidas (GA) and Generation adidas Canada (GA-C) are joint programs between MLS and adidas that are dedicated to developing exceptional domestic talent in a professional environment. Until a player graduates from the program, Generation adidas players are on a club's Supplemental Roster and are not charged against the team's salary budget.
  • All roster rules and regulations