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The Canadian Football League (CFL) is planning to return to play in 2021 with a full slate of games that kicks off June 10th and concludes with the 108th Grey Cup in Hamilton on November 21.

All games will be broadcast in Canada on TSN. Montreal Alouette games and select CFL games will be also shown on RDS. Season ticket packages are on sale now; Contact your local club for details.

To view the entire schedule, click here.

The full press release includes PDFs for each time zone.
 

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Personally, I love the CFL. The rules, the game, the fans and the dedication of the players to their jobs. No $15 million per-year contracts here. Hopefully they can survive, and add east coast representation.
 

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TSN today announced its complete CFL ON TSN broadcast schedule, including exclusive live coverage of all 63 regular season games, all four divisional playoff matchups, and the 108th GREY CUP, live from Tim Horton’s Field in Hamilton on Sunday, Dec. 12. Visit TSN.ca for the complete CFL ON TSN broadcast schedule.

The 2021 CFL season kicks off on Thursday, Aug. 5 with a rematch of the 107th GREY CUP as reigning champions Zach Collaros and the Winnipeg Blue Bombers host Jeremiah Masoli and the Hamilton Tiger-Cats beginning at 8 p.m. ET on TSN, live from IG Field in Winnipeg. Preview coverage begins on Tuesday, Aug. 3. (Bell Media press release)

Thursday, August 5 Hamilton at Winnipeg 8:30pm
Friday, August 13 Toronto at Winnipeg 8:30pm
Saturday, August 21 Winnipeg at Toronto 4pm
Thursday, August 26 Edmonton at Toronto 7:30pm
Saturday, August 28 B.C. at Ottawa 7pm
 

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This Just In: UPDATED EASTERN FINAL AND WESTERN FINAL START TIMES .

The Canadian Football League’s Eastern Final and Western Final games on December 5, 2021, will each begin 30 minutes earlier than originally scheduled.

The Eastern Final will now kick off at 12:30 p.m. ET. The location of the game has yet to be decided.

The Western Final, to be hosted by the Winnipeg Blue Bombers at IG Field, will now kick off at 4 p.m. ET/3 p.m. CT. Tickets for the Western Final are on sale now.

The changes have been coordinated with the CFL’s national broadcast partners at Bell Media, TSN and RDS.

The winners of the Division Finals will meet in the 108th Grey Cup game on December 12 at Tim Hortons Field in Hamilton. Tickets are available at ticketmaster.ca/greycup.
 

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December 12th in Hamilton. You won’t find those NFL sissies competing in those conditions…
Except there are plenty of NFL teams that play outdoors and are just as cold in December as Hamilton — Denver, Green Bay, Cleveland, Chicago are just a few that come to mind.

What a moronic comment.
 

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December 12th in Hamilton. You won’t find those NFL sissies competing in those conditions…
If you meant the Super Bowl, sure. With the exception of SB XLVIII at MetLife, Super Bowl is always held in either warm city or in a domed stadium. But for any other games, you are completely wrong. The 2010 NFC Championship was in Chicago where the temperature was 7F/-14C with wind chill.
 

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A few years ago (2010) I went to the west Final game Sask at Calgary. It was sunny and -29'c windchill. My beer froze before I could drink it.
 

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The Canadian Football League (CFL) will welcome the hardest working band in Canada, Arkells, to take centre stage at the Twisted Tea Grey Cup Halftime Show. The 108th Grey Cup from Hamilton’s Tim Hortons Field will air live on Sunday, December 12 on TSN and RDS. (Bell Media press release)
 
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