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Field. Players will be boarded at an as-yet-unnamed Hamilton hotel instead of the Mac dorms.
Ambrosie said that it will be up to local and provincial authorities whether proof of vaccination(s) will be required to attend CFL games.
The CFL re-emphasized its commitment to a Dec. 12 Grey Cup date at Tim Hortons Field, three weeks later than originally planned. That includes five days of the Grey Cup Festival, mostly centred downtown.
Original estimates were for attendance of 32,000 at the game itself and Ticat president Matt Afinec is optimistic that by then fans will want to attend in large numbers.
“First and foremost it’s an incredibly exciting day for fans that the team is coming back. We have to start the season before we can have a Grey Cup,” Afinec said. “It’s setting the stage that Hamilton could host the first real major sporting event in this country in 20 months and that shines a bright spotlight on this city. We’re very confident that there will be an incredible atmosphere.
“What we hear and see from our fans is that everyone is excited to get back to the field and to get together again socially and safely. And we all recognize that there is a cohort of fans which will be a little hesitant. But given some of what we’ve been through it’s safe to say that today’s announcement wouldn’t have seemed remotely possible two months ago, and we’ve got six months until the Grey Cup.”
Mitchell said because the province will still be in Stage 1, training camp will be closed to the public. He also said the team would return to the McMaster campus for next year’s training and praised the university as a host and partner.
“This was a unique story this year,” he said. “Safety is the most important thing. We have some protocols we have to put it in and right now Tim Hortons Field represents the best and safest way to do that.”