UEFA Euro 2016 wraps up on Sunday afternoon as the final kicks off at 3 p.m. ET.
France will face Portugal in what is expected to be a soccer match that will keep fans on the edge of their seats.
There is somewhat of a home advantage for France, as the game is being played at the Stade de France in Paris.
However, Portugal has defeated France in the past, but not since 1975.
Chrisitan Ronaldo is a player who has the ability to take Portugal on his back and lead the team to a victory and France’s Antoine Griezmann is also the leader in scoring throughout this tournament.
Fans across Toronto will be primarily heading to bars and pubs in Little Italy and Little Portugal, but there will also be many areas across the city where this soccer game takes front and centre, as it will be watched closely to see which country come out on top and takes the title.