The CFL, which had its 2020 campaign wiped out by the COVID-19 pandemic, has actually revealed its strategies for next season. The Lions are set up to begin regular-season play on June 12, with a see to the Calgary Stampeders.

They’re on the roadway the following week as well, going to Edmonton on June 18. Their home opener goes June 26, with the Montreal Alouettes providing the competitors at B.C. Place Stadium.

The CFL playoffs are set up for Nov. 7 and then Nov. 14, resulting in the Grey Cup in Hamilton on Nov. 21.

” After all of the uncertainty this year has brought us, it goes without saying that we are beyond thrilled to be continuing and talking about a schedule for the 2021 season,” Lions president Rick LeLacheur stated in a press release.

” Although we can not yet dedicate to whether fans will be permitted to join us at B.C. Location next June, both the company and whole CFL continue to deal with health officials on figuring out the safest strategy. The security of our fans, gamers and whole football and organization operations staff will remain the leading concern in the mission to bring our great fans back to B.C. Place Stadium.”