Hi again, folks. The CFL Beat is back this week with a look at the CFL's 1958 championship game - the first time in history that Canadian football was united under one formal league! Date: November 29th, 1958 Venue: Empire Stadium, Vancouver, BC Attendance: 36,567 Winnipeg Blue Bombers fast facts: Season record: 13-3 (1st
NFL Noise: It's all about reducing capacity & costs today: The Ravens announced they will go as low as 14,000 per home game, to accommodate social distancing. That's 80% below their maximum capacity of 71,000 fans. No word on Purple camo masks. The Chiefs have announced a season-ticket holder-only plan.
This week... Schedule? What schedule? The Cats didn't fuck up a momentous occasion and there are no more unbeaten teams left in the competition Welcome to Balls of Steel's AFL Beat! This was yet another interesting week. Remember how last week the AFL issued the schedule for Rounds 6 and 7? Well, the COVID-19 situation in
Hi again, folks. The CFL Beat is back this week with a look at the CFL's 2009 championship game, featuring arguably the weirdest final-minute sequence in league history - the 97th Grey Cup between the Saskatchewan Roughriders and Montreal Alouettes. Read on! Date: November 29th, 2009 Venue: McMahon Stadium, Calgary, AB Attendance: 46,020 Saskatchewan
This week... We had 10,000 fans in attendance in Queensland We have an early Mark of the Year candidate and there is only one unbeaten team left in the competition Welcome to Balls of Steel's AFL Beat! This was an interesting week. Off the field, the positive test that forced the postponement of the Essendon-Melbourne
Hi again, folks. The CFL Beat is back this week with a look at the CFL's 1995 championship game featuring the sole trophy won by a non-Canadian team - the Baltimore Stallions in the 83rd Grey Cup. Read on! Date: November 19th, 1995 Venue: Taylor Field, Regina, SK Attendance: 52,064 Baltimore Stallions fast facts: