Week 4: Match day at a glance

Saturday July 2n/a — Celebrate Canada’s red and white with your green and white!

After two weeks away, we’re thrilled to welcome fans home for Canada Day weekend as the Roughriders. welcome the Montreal Alouettes and honor the Canadian Armed Forces at Mosaic Stadium on Saturday, July 2n/a !

No Canada Day long weekend is complete without a true celebration of what it means to be Canadian, so we’ll be unveiling our 100 yard long Canadian flag! This giant flag can stretch from one five meter line to the other five meter line and really packs a punch as we “stand our guard for you”.

Kick-off is at 5:00 p.m., doors open at 3:30 p.m. and youYou’ll want to be there at least 15 minutes before game time for a very special Canadian Armed Forces flyover!

We will also be honoring our Saskatchewan Olympians and Paralympians before the game begins. Medalists Keely Shaw, Kenzie Priddell, Lisa DeJong and more will be in attendance!

And what says Canada Day weekend more than a Pepsi Summer Concert Series performance by Canadian rock band Harlequin. The classic rockers will be this week’s halftime act and you won’t want to miss it! Originally formed in Winnipeg in 1975, Harlequin continues to tour to this day. They are best known for their debut album, titled “Victim of a Song”, which was certified gold in Canada. The band’s second album, “Love Crimes”, included the songs “Innocence” and “Thinking of You”, which are their biggest hits to date. In 2006, the original band members were inducted into the Western Canadian Music Hall of Fame.

Back this week is our fully licensed Coors Light Party in the Park opening at 2 p.m.! The fun-for-all-ages event will feature inflatables, face painting, a balloon artist, performances by the 620 CKRM Cheer team, the Coors Light stage with DJ Tolley T and much more!

Enjoy Canada Day with the whole family with our new Family Ticket Packages! For $99.00 you can bring your family of four and attend all the events in and around the stadium! Special meal plans for the whole family can be found for as little as $34.00!


Your phone is your ticket!Don’t forget to download the SaskTel-powered Rider app on your smartphone and get your digital tickets ready before you come to Mosaic Stadium. We promise it’s easy, but we’ve created a video tutorialhereand have a full FAQ and written tutorial atRiderville.comIn case!

We are clear.The club has adopted a clear sack policy for all Saskatchewan Roughriders games in 2021 and beyond. Each fan, including children, may bring a clear bag that is 12″ x 6″ x 12″ or smaller. More details on the clear bag policy can be found here.here.  

In transit?Whether you arrive at the stadium on four wheels or two, options are available to you! The bike valet opens at 3:00 p.m. on game day and is staffed by volunteers through REAL. The bikes are inside a gated complex which is monitored throughout its opening hours. Please note that your bike must be picked up within an hour of completing the game.

Plus, Rider Transit presented by WorkSafe Saskatchewan is back! That’s right, free public bus transit is available from various locations around the city (Southland Mall, University of Regina, Warehouse District, Delta Hotel, Victoria Ave and Scarth Street) and at a NEW location at the north end: the Turvey Centerfrom two hours and 15 minutes before kick-off time.

Fourth week:

After two weeks on the road, the Greens and Whites are back in Regina for a rematch against the Montreal Alouettes after they fell in Week 3. Quarterback Cody Fajardo leads a balanced aerial offense that already boasts four receivers sitting over 100 yds a year. Running back Jamal Morrow is third in the league in rushing yards and will look to continue pumping rushing yards.

Defensive lineman Pete Robertson had a monster start to the season, leading the league with five sacks. As a unit, the defense leads the CFL with 15 sacks and will be looking to improve on that number this week.

Kicker Brett Lauther has been a reliable source of points and is currently tied for the league lead in goals scored. He scored four field goals from 40–49 yards and one from over 50 yards while making his two extra point conversions.

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