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TORONTO — Fans across the country can now take their pick of which CFL games they’d like to attend this year.
Single-game tickets went on sale for all nine teams in the league at 1 p.m. ET on Friday.
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The 2023 season officially kicks off in Calgary on June 8, when the Stampeders host the BC Lions. Fans will notice an increase in weekend games, with 11 Sunday dates to enjoy in the regular season.
Other scheduling improvements this year, that were initially highlighted in the league’s schedule release in December, include:
Fans that can’t wait for Week 1 of the season to kickoff on June 8 can get to their local stadiums for pre-season action, which begins on May 22, when the Stampeders host the Edmonton Elks at McMahon Stadium. Pre-season games will run through to June 2.