2022 CFL Playoff Schedule: Date, Start time, TV Info, Live Stream

The Division Finals of the 2022 Canadian Football League Playoffs will take place on November 13 following the Semifinal on November 6. The 109th Grey Cup will be held on a Sunday in November at Mosaic Stadium in Regina, Saskatchewan.

CFL Playoff Schedule

CFL Playoff Schedule in 2022

CFL Playoffs 2022 Schedule at a glance:

  • Division Semi-Finals: November 6.
  • Division Championships: November 13.
  • 109th Grey Cup: November 20.

Division Semi-Finals Schedule

DateMatchupTime (ET)LocationTV Channel
Sunday, Nov 6, 2022Hamilton vs. Montreal1:00 pm ETMolson StadiumTSN/RDS
Sunday, Nov 6, 2022Calgary vs. BC4:30 pm ETBC PlaceTSN/RDS

Division Championships Schedule

DateMatchupTime (ET)LocationTV Channel
Sunday, Nov 13, 2022Montreal vs. Toronto1:00 pm ETBMO FieldTSN/RDS
Sunday, Nov 13, 2022BC Lions vs. Winnipeg4:30 pm ETIG FieldTSN/RDS

109th Grey Cup Schedule

DateMatchupTime (ET)LocationTV Channel
Sunday, Nov 20, 2022Argonauts vs Blue Bombers6:00 pm ETMosaic Stadium in Regina, SaskatchewanTSN/RDS

How Many Teams Make CFL Playoffs?

The Grey Cup is contested at the end of November, after three weeks of playoffs in which six teams participate.

The standings for 2022 may alter due to the length of the CFL season. With 18 games remaining, things may change and teams can come together. Based on the calculations, six of the nine remaining clubs have a chance to enter the playoffs. Here are the results and predictions for the Canadian Football League playoffs in 2022.

Six of the CFL’s nine clubs advanced to the playoffs. There are three rounds in total. First, each division’s semi-finals are played. The divisional championships and the Grey Cup follow.

The category winners advance directly to the divisional championships. In the semifinals, the runner-up and third-place finisher will face each other. The only thing that isn’t like this is crossover. If the fourth-place club in one division has a better record than the third-place team in the other division, the fourth-place team will host the third-place team in the other division in the division semifinals.

When 2019 arrived, the crossing restriction was relaxed. Despite having a losing record (.500), Toronto finished third in the East Division. With an 8-10 record and a fourth-place finish in the Western Conference, Edmonton qualified for the East Division playoffs. Edmonton defeated to Hamilton in the East Finals after defeating Montreal.

How does the CFL playoff system work?

During the course of the regular season, every team competes against the other clubs in its division as well as two other teams each time, for a combined total of 18 games.

When a team won, they were awarded three points; when they tied, they were awarded one point. The three teams who finished in first, second, and third place in each division moved on to the championship round. The champion of each division advances directly to the second game of the championship round.

After the Grey Cup championship game at the end of November, which marks the conclusion of the regular season, the playoffs begin with six teams competing against each other for a total of three weeks.

If the team that finished in fourth place in Division A earns more points than the team that finished third in Division B (excluding ties), then the club that finished in fourth place in Division A moves up to Division B and faces the team that finished second in Division B.

Which Channel telecast CFL Playoff Games?

Canada viewers could tune into TSN (English Language) to watch the CFL Playoff games. French-language viewers need to tune in to RDS.

The US viewers can view the spectacle through various options. All 86 Canadian Football League games, beginning with the season opener and ending with the 109th Grey Cup, will be broadcast live on ESPN2, ESPNEWS, and ESPN+.

How to Watch CFL Playoffs Live Online?

There are Live TV Streaming Services that you could tune in to watch CFL Playoffs live online:

  • Canada: TSN Direct
  • USA: FuboTV, YouTube TV, Sling TV, ESPN+
  • UK & Ireland: BT Sport
  • International: YAREtv

When and Where is the Grey Cup 2022?

  • Edition: 109th
  • Date: November 20, 2022
  • Stadium: Mosaic Stadium
  • Location: Regina, Saskatchewan

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