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The Impact joined the MLS as the 19th team in the league set to begin play in 2012. The Montreal Impact would become the third Canadian MLS Team. As with several other MLS teams, this club chose to represent a former NASL side by the same name. The club’s inaugural head coach was Jesse Marsch, who held the position for only a year before being replaced after a twelfth-place finish in the league.
Marco Schälibaum was the next manager appointed to the club, but lasted only one season after improving only to eleventh position. Frank Klopas was hired as his replacement lasting two years (2013-2015) before being replaced by Mauro Biello who also lasted only two years (2015-2017). The best finish for the club in the MLS has been the conference finals game (after a seventh place finish) however, the team has been very competitive in the Canadian Championship.
After Biello’s two years in charge they splinted Rémi Garde as manager in late 2017 where he is still in charge. In his first season the club finished in fifteenth-place, although Garde has the best winning percentage in club history exceeding 43%.
- Winners (2): 2013, 2014
- Runners Up (2): 2015, 2017
CONCACAF Champions League:
- Runners Up (1): 2014