The 2023 CFL Playoff Schedule has been set following the completion of the regular-season on Saturday.
Following the 81-game regular-season, six teams advanced to the 110th Grey Cup Playoffs for the right to win the championship of the Canadian Football League.
The Hamilton Tiger-Cats (8-10) will travel to take on the Montreal Alouettes (11-7) at Molson Stadium in Montreal, Quebec, in the Eastern Semi-Final on Saturday, Nov. 4, 2023. The game will be streamed live in the United States via CFL+ at 3:00pm ET.
In the Western Semi-Final, the BC Lions (12-6) will host the Calgary Stampeders (6-12) at BC Place in Vancouver, British Columbia, also on Saturday, Nov. 4. The game will also be streamed live via CFL+ and will kickoff at 6:30pm ET.
The Toronto Argonauts, who won the 109th Grey Cup last season, finished atop the Eastern Division and the entire league with a 16-2 record. The Winnipeg Blue Bombers finished first in the Western Division standings again this season with a record of 14-4. Both teams receive a Semi-Final round bye and will host division finals.
Toronto will host the Eastern Final on Sunday, Nov. 11 at 3:00pm ET, while the Western Final featuring Winnipeg will follow at 6:30pm ET. Both games will be streamed via CFL+.
Teams missing out on the CFL Playoffs this season include Saskatchewan (6-12), Edmonton (4-14), and Ottawa (4-14).
The 110th Grey Cup is scheduled for Sunday, Nov. 19, 2023 at Tim Hortons Field in Hamilton, Ontario. The game is set for 6:00pm ET and it will stream via CFL+.
All Canadian Football League games are televised in Canada by TSN (English) and RDS (French).
CFL Team Schedules
- 2023 BC Lions Schedule
- 2023 Calgary Stampeders Schedule
- 2023 Edmonton Elks Schedule
- 2023 Hamilton Tiger-Cats Schedule
- 2023 Montreal Alouettes Schedule
- 2023 Ottawa Redblacks Schedule
- 2023 Toronto Argonauts Schedule
- 2023 Saskatchewan Roughriders Schedule
- 2023 Winnipeg Blue Bombers Schedule