For Stampeders Season Ticket Members:

Thank you for your support of the Stampeders. Much of what we are facing is uncharted territory for all of us. We have compiled a list of questions with answers that we hope will provide you with some information.

We are in a unique situation relative to some other major sport leagues in that our season has not yet started. We continue to monitor the situation with our league partners and health officials as the situation develops.

We will communicate regularly with our Season Ticket Members and fans to keep you informed as details become available.

Has the CFL season been postponed?

At this time the CFL has indicated that no games will be played prior to July 1. The CFL is committed to working with all teams, the CFLPA, TSN and RDS, to play a full season or as close as we can come to one.

Are the May 30, June 12, and June 18 games cancelled?

At this time these games will not be played as originally scheduled, but they are not cancelled – the start of the season has simply been pushed back. The CFL is working on multiple scenarios to determine what the 2020 schedule will be with every effort being made to play a full season.

What will happen to the money I have already paid toward those 3 games as part of my Season Tickets?

The money for these games will carry forward to the newly scheduled games.

Will my Season Ticket payments continue during this time?

We know that many of our fans are in uncertain financial situations and as a result we have paused regular payment plans until May 1. Some of our season ticket members may prefer to maintain their scheduled payment option (monthly or otherwise) and would like their payments processed. Please email us if you would like your payments to continue as scheduled.

When will single game tickets go on sale?

At this time our single game ticket onsale date has not been determined. When the new schedule is released by the CFL, we will provide an update to all Season Ticket Members and fans with the updated information.