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Winners & Losers

Sports Histories of Toronto


We are a city of record breakers, rabble rousers, and game changers. Ride the highs and the lows of Toronto’s sports histories in our latest exhibition.

Sports have shaped our city for generations — from infamous bat flips and buzzer-beating three-pointers, to Stanley Cup curses and fairweather fandoms. Whether they bring us together or reflect our divisions, the sports we play tell us a story.

This is Winners & Losers: Sports Histories of Toronto — admission is free. Donations are welcome.

In this exhibit you will learn about Toronto through hockey, lacrosse, basketball, boxing, football, and baseball.

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Admission for this exhibition is free.

Tickets or reservations are not required to attend.


401 Richmond Street West 

Eastern Entrance


Wednesday – Saturday: 12pm – 6pm

Sunday – Tuesday: CLOSED


Winners & Losers is co-curated by author and historian Adam Bunch, and veteran sports writer and TV commentator Morgan Campbell, with contributions by journalist and freelance writer Sam Laskaris.

The exhibition was conceptualized and developed by the team at Myseum of Toronto.

Myseum of Toronto is made possible with the generous support of Diane Blake and Stephen Smith.