“Comeback” schedule includes more divisional games, an afternoon kickoff for Labour Day Classic & a 2019 Grey Cup rematch with the Blue Bombers to kick off the road to the 108th Grey Cup in Hamilton
The Canadian Football League (CFL) is planning to return to play in 2021 with a full slate of games that kicks off June 10 and concludes with the 108th Grey Cup in Hamilton on November 21.
The Hamilton Tiger-Cats are scheduled to suit up in the CFL’s first 2021 regular season game; a 2019 Grey Cup rematch against the Blue Bombers in Winnipeg on Thursday, June 10 at 8:30 p.m. Hamilton’s home opener is set for Thursday, June 24 at 7:30 p.m. against the Toronto Argonauts, and the Labour Day Classic – also versus Toronto – returns to a 1 p.m. timeslot on Monday, September 6 at Tim Hortons Field.
Visit Ticats.ca/schedule to view the club’s entire 2021 schedule online.
“We are looking forward to the 2021 CFL season and we’re very excited about our schedule. In particular our home schedule for the best and most loyal fans and partners in the CFL,” said Chief Executive Officer of the Tiger-Cats, Scott Mitchell. “Seven of our nine regular season home games are on a Friday or Saturday – two in the afternoon – and of course we have the Labour Day Classic, Canadian Football Hall of Fame Game (Saturday, August 7 vs. Calgary) and Wall of Honour Game (TBD) returning as well. All of this capped by what will surely be a historic and incredibly memorable return of the Grey Cup in 2021 at Tim Hortons Field on November 21st.”
In 2021, every CFL team has an additional divisional match-up per team to build regional rivalries while reducing travel for players. As a result, the Tiger-Cats will also host the Montreal Alouettes twice in 2021 in addition to the two Argos home games, but will not host the Saskatchewan Roughriders or visit the BC Lions.
All games will be broadcast in Canada on TSN. Montreal Alouette games and select CFL games will be also shown on RDS. CFL games are broadcast in the United States by ESPN.
Beginning Monday, November 23, Tiger-Cats season seat holders who have renewed their tickets for the 2021 season will be able to secure their 108th Grey Cup tickets via their MyTix Account at http://www.ticats.ca/mytix. The only way for fans to guarantee a spot at the 108th Grey Cup is to be a 2021 Ticats season seat holder. Fans can access the new ‘Grey Cup Advantage Plan’ for a price freeze on season seats through 2022 and additional Grey Cup ticket savings of 15%.
Season seat holders receive first-access to 108th Grey Cup tickets, guaranteed preferred pricing on Grey Cup tickets and first access to 2021 Grey Cup Festival event tickets. For more information, fans can visit ticats.ca/season-seats contact a ticket representative at 905-547-2287 or email@example.com, visit the team’s 108th Grey Cup FAQs page, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.