Make that two sold-out crowds for the Saskatchewan Roughriders!
Saturday’s C-F-L home game for the Green and White against the Calgary Stampeders will have an announced attendance of 33,350. That was also the case for the Riders contest at Mosaic Stadium (pictured) on June 30 when Saskatchewan fell 23-17 to Montreal. The Roughriders lead the league in ticket sales and actual scanned, stadium attendance. Following is the news release from the Riders…
DATE: July 25, 2018
RELEASE TIME: IMMEDIATELY
SATURDAY’S RIDER GAME IS SOLD OUT!
The Saskatchewan Roughriders are pleased to announce that Saturday’s home game – July 28th – versus the Calgary Stampeders is a sellout, after sales reached the Mosaic Stadium capacity of 33,350.
“Rider Nation once again has shown its tremendous support for their football team,” stated Roughriders Chief Brand Officer Anthony Partipilo. “Mosaic Stadium is regarded as one of Canada’s most electrifying sports venues and our coaches and players feed off the atmosphere. Rider Nation can make a difference!”
This is the Roughriders’ second sellout this season after the game on June 30th versus the Montreal Alouettes also reached Mosaic Stadium’s sales capacity.
The Riders currently lead the CFL in sold and scanned attendance entering Week 7.
“We encourage fans wanting to attend the next home game to contact the Rider Ticket Office as tickets are currently still available,” Partipilo added.
The Riders return to the Mosaic Stadium turf on Sunday, August 19th to again take on the Stampeders.