Fans get CFL, Bombers schedule early

Fans get CFL, Bombers schedule early




Fans get CFL, Bombers schedule early
Fans get CFL, Bombers schedule early

Fans get CFL, Bombers schedule early:


Just in time for Christmas.

The CFL discharged its 2018 calendar, Thursday, about two months previously it generally does.

The season will likewise begin seven days sooner than a year ago, in light of the fact that each group will get three byes rather than two, a move to build player wellbeing. 


The Winnipeg Blue Bombers and Edmonton will commence the battle on Thursday, June 14, in Winnipeg. 


That'll be the main Thursday night diversion for Bomber fans, as the group has "contemplated fan wishes and buckled down with the alliance to maintain a strategic distance from weeknight amusements," a group news discharge said. 


The Bombers will get their byes in Weeks 8, 14 and 19 of the 21-week season. The briefest time between Winnipeg diversions is six days. 


By month, homes recreations are spread out: one in June, two in each of July, August, September and October. 


After their opener, the Bombers play four of five recreations out and about. 


They'll compensate for that with three straight home amusements beginning in late July, separated by their first bye week. 


Opponent Saskatchewan visits Winnipeg twice one year from now, including the Banjo Bowl, Saturday, Sept. 8, following the Labor Day Classic in Regina. 


The Bombers confront the Riders and Eskimos three times every, all different groups just twice. 



Winnipeg finishes off the normal season in Edmonton, Nov. 3.



























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