Toronto Rush

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Toronto Rush
Toronto Rush logo.png
LeagueAmerican Ultimate Disc League
Based inToronto, Ontario
StadiumVarsity Stadium Briefly played at Monarch Park Stadium due to funding constraints.
ColorsRed and Black
OwnerRob Lloyd
Head coachAdrian Yearwood
Division titles6
Playoff berths6

The Toronto Rush is a semi-professional ultimate franchise based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.[1] The Rush joined the American Ultimate Disc League’s East division in the 2013 season – becoming the first Canadian AUDL team to join. They went undefeated that year, and continued their streak into the playoffs to take home the 2013 AUDL Championship in their introductory season. The Rush franchise has been the model of consistency. With five consecutive East Division titles, three appearances in League Championship Finals, and one AUDL title in 2013, fans have come to expect to seeing this team excel on and off the field.[2] Robert Lloyd is the current chairman of the Rush. Their head coach for the 2020 season is Adrian Yearwood.


  1. ^ "Toronto Rush Ultimate". Retrieved August 22, 2013.
  2. ^ "About the Toronto Rush". AUDL. 2018-01-24. Retrieved 2018-03-21.

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