Tiger-Cats and Blue Bombers set to kick off 2021 CFL season – Hamilton | Globalnews.ca

Tiger-Cats and Blue Bombers set to kick off 2021 CFL season - Hamilton | Globalnews.ca

2021-08-05 14:30:53

For followers of the Canadian Soccer League, the painstakingly lengthy wait is lastly over.

After being pressured to scrap your entire season final 12 months as a result of COVID-19 pandemic, the CFL will kick off the 2021 marketing campaign Thursday evening in Winnipeg.

The opening recreation of the season between the Blue Bombers and Hamilton Tiger-Cats is a rematch of the 107th Gray Cup, 620 days later.

CHML’s protection of the sport will start with a one-hour pregame present beginning at 7:30 p.m. Kick-off is at 8:30 p.m., and after the sport, take heed to The fifth Quarter on CHML, 900chml.com and by way of the Radioplayer Canada App.

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The defending champion Bombers are anticipated to play the sport in entrance of greater than 30,000 followers at IG Subject as they get set to lift their 2019 Gray Cup banner in honour of the group’s first title since 1990.

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Hamilton now holds the longest championship drought, final profitable all of it in 1999, and can host this 12 months’s Gray Cup last on Dec. 12.

Jeremiah Masoli will begin at quarterback for the Tiger-Cats after he beat out Dane Evans at coaching camp whereas former Hamilton QB Zach Collaros will get the decision for the defending champion Bombers.

Each groups are battling the harm bug coming into their Week 1 matchup.

The Ticats is not going to have receivers Bralon Addison and DeVier Posey, offensive lineman Chris Van Zeyl and defensive deal with Ted Laurent because of harm.

Winnipeg will play with out injured star operating again Andrew Harris and receiver Darvin Adams.

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Hamilton Tiger-Cats.


Hamilton Tiger-Cats


Winnipeg Blue Bombers.


Winnipeg Blue Bombers

Week 1 of the CFL season continues Friday evening when the B.C. Lions go to the Saskatchewan Roughriders.

The league’s opening week concludes with a doubleheader on Saturday when the Calgary Stampeders host the Toronto Argonauts and the Ottawa Redblacks go to the Edmonton Elks.

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