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The Prairie Conference 2021 Schedule

01/26/2021, 8:15am PST
By Ryan Watters (@ryan2tswatters)

The six team Conference will open August 8th

Photo courtesy of Louis Christ Photography

The CJFL and Prairie Conference (PFC) have released their 2021 schedule that will see the six member Conference open the CJFL season on August 8th, 2021.

All games and dates are subject to change with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, but announcing the schedule gives some hope of getting back to a “normal” football season.

The six-time defending Canadian Bowl champion Saskatoon Hilltops will open the season at home on Sunday August 8th when they host the Edmonton Wildcats at SMF Field.   Meanwhile the PFC runners up in 2019 the Edmonton Huskies will host the Regina Thunder that day, playing out of the JP Bowl, a new facility for the Huskies in Edmonton.  Also on opening day the Calgary Colts will welcome the Winnipeg Rifles to Shouldice Athletic Park in the northend of Calgary, which will be a new home for the Colts in 2021.

The teams are scheduled to play an eight week regular season concluding on October 3rd.   Following a bye week the Conference playoffs will be played the weekend of October 16-17, before the Conference final scheduled for Sunday October 24, 2021.  

The winner of the Prairie finale will then travel to BC to complete in the national semi-final game on Saturday October 30th.   The winner of this game will head to Ontario to face the Conference champs in the 2021 Canadian Bowl on Saturday November 13th.

The BC and Ontario Conferences continue to work on their schedules and do anticipate releasing them in the coming weeks.

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