Toronto Argonauts Release 2023 Season Schedule

(© imago images) November 20, 2022, Regina, SK, Canada: Toronto Argonauts quarterback Chad Kelly 12 runs the ball against the Winnipeg Blue Bombers during second half football action in the 109th Grey Cup at Mosaic Stadium in Regina, Sunday, Nov. 20, 2022. Canada News

The Argos officially unveiled their 2023 CFL season schedule on Tuesday, where they will be defending their title in their 150th year as a pro team. Similar to the 2022 season, the team will be starting their campaign with a bye week before kicking off at home in Week 2.

Toronto Argonauts Full Schedule 2023

WeekDateOpponentVenue
1Bye
2Sun, June 18Hamilton Tiger-CatsBMO Field
3Sun, June 25at Edmonton ElksCommonwealth Stadium
4Mon, July 3BC LionsBMO Field
5Bye
6Fri, July 14at Montreal AlouettesMolson Stadium
7Fri, July 21at Hamilton Tiger-CatsTim Hortons Field
8Sat, July 29Saskatchewan RoughridersTBA
Fri, Aug 4at Calgary StampedersMcMahon Stadium
10Sun, Aug 13Ottawa RedblacksBMO Field
11Bye
12Fri, Aug 25Calgary StampedersBMO Field
13Mon, Sept 4at Hamilton Tiger-CatsTim Hortons Field
14Sat, Sept 9Montreal AlouettesBMO Field
15Fri, Sept 15at Montreal AlouettesMolson Stadium
16Sat, Sept 23Hamilton Tiger-CatsBMO Field
17Fri, Sept 29Winnipeg Blue BombersIG Field
18Fri, Oct 6Edmonton ElksBMO Field
19Sat, Oct 14Ottawa RedblacksBMO Field
20Sat, Oct 21Saskatchewan RoughridersMosaic Stadium
21Sat, Oct 28Ottawa RedblacksTD Place Stadium

Key Matchups & Facts

The Argos will be opening at BMO Field, against their division rivals, the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. The two teams will clash four times throughout the season in weeks 2, 7, 13, and 16. The Labour Day Classic between Toronto and Hamilton will be played on September 4th in the 52nd edition. 

The Argonauts season will be closed out at home against the Ottawa Redblacks. The post season begins with the semi-final playoff games which will be played on November 4th, followed by Division Finals on November 11th. The 110th Grey Cup will be taking place on November 19th in Hamilton.

Toronto has one of the better schedules for the season with nine games on eight or more days of rest, the most in the CFL. They also have five games with seven or more days of rest which is the second most in the league.

The Argos will be playing seven games on a Friday, six on Saturdays, three on Sunday, and have two Monday night matchups in 2023.

Betting on the Argos in 2023

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