CFL Playoff Schedule 2023: Date, Time, Live Stream, TV Channel

Are you looking for CFL Playoff Schedule 2023? On this page, you will get the 2023 CFL playoffs dates, times, matchups, location, TV schedule, live stream info and CFL Playoffs to Grey Cup 2023 complete guide.

When do the CFL playoffs start in 2023?

The 2023 CFL playoffs start on Saturday, November 4, 2023.

How Many Teams Make the Playoffs in the CFL?

6 teams will make the CFL Playoffs 2023 based on their record in previous rounds. They complete three week playoffs which culminate in the Grey Cup 2023 in late November.

CFL Playoff Schedule 2023

CFL Playoff Schedule 2023

CFL Playoffs 2023 will start at Eastern and Western semi-final games on Saturday, November 4, 2023. East and West Final games are on Saturday, November 11, 2023 and end with the CFL Championship Game on Sunday, November 19, 2023.

Here is the complete CFL Playoff Schedule 2023 including dates, start time, matchup, TV Channel and Score

East and West Semifinals

DateMatchupStart time (ET)LocationTV Channel
Saturday, Nov 4, 2023Hamilton Tiger-Cats @ Montreal Alouettes3:00 pm ETMolson StadiumTSN/CFL+
Saturday, Nov 4, 2023Calgary Stampeders @ BC Lions6:30 pm ETBC PlaceTSN/CFL+

East and West Finals

DateMatchupStart time (ET)LocationTV Channel
Saturday, Nov 11, 2023Montreal Alouettes @ Toronto Argonauts3:00 pm ETBMO FieldTSN/CFL+
Saturday, Nov 11, 2023BC Lions @ Winnipeg Blue Bombers6:30 pm ETIG FieldTSN/CFL+

Grey Cup

DateMatchupStart time (ET)LocationTV Channel
Sunday, Nov 19, 2023Winnipeg Blue Bombers vs Toronto Argonauts6:00 pm ETTim Hortons Field in Hamilton, OntarioTSN/CFL+

How to watch CFL playoff games live stream and on TV

The 2023 CFL Playoff Games will be broadcast on TSN in Canada. In the United States, the UK, and other countries outside Canada, you can watch the CFL playoffs via live stream on CFL+ for free.

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When is the Grey Cup in 2023?

Date: Sunday, November 19
Time: 6 p.m. ET
Location: Tim Hortons Field in Hamilton, Ontario

The 110th Grey Cup will be held at Tim Hortons Field, the home of the Saskatchewan Roughriders. The last Grey Cup took place at Mosaic Stadium in Regina, Saskatchewan, on November 20, 2022. The Toronto Argonauts defeated the Winnipeg Blue Bombers 24-23.