Week 7 match day at a glance

July 22, 2022 – Canadian Football League (CFL) – Saskatchewan Roughriders Press Release

After a week of eating seafood and breathing the ocean air on the east coast, the Riders are back in town and ready for a rematch against the Toronto Argonauts, albeit a day later. provided that.

This week, the Green and White celebrates all things family with a packed list of unique gaming experiences and pre-match events! Game time is now at 5:00 p.m. on SUNDAY and doors open at 3:30 p.m. Your Saturday ticket will automatically upgrade to Sunday with no action required! Just show up at Mosaic Stadium with your friends and family and scan as normal.

Watch and listen to our Junior PA Announcer, Junior Game Announcer, Junior Anthem Singer and Junior Cheer Team Coach as they help out the club this week!

Get to the stadium early, as the first 5,000 fans aged 3-14 will receive Rider green slime upon entry!

At halftime, stop looking at the receivers and focus your attention on the retrievers as the Extreme Dog Show takes the field! From high-flying acrobatics to 100-yard Frisbee grips, this performance will have it all!

The fully licensed Coors Light Party in the Park is back this week with special guests! Gainer will be joined by characters such as Spiderman, Cinderella and more! The fun-for-all-ages event starts at 2:00 p.m. and will include inflatables, face painting, festival hair braiding, appearances by Team 620 CKRM Cheer, the Coors Light stage with DJ Tolley T and more Again !

Enjoy the game with the whole family with our new family ticket packages! Starting at $99.00, you can bring your family of four and attend all the events in and around the stadium! Choose from several different sections and pick your favorite view. Keep an eye out for special food packages for the whole family that can be found for as little as $34.00!

After the game, fans are invited to take to the field to have fun with their family and friends! Once the players and coaches have cleared the pitch, fans can access the pitch from Pil Country or Section 124. Come take advantage of this rare opportunity to create even more memories after the game!


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 tutorial here and have a full FAQ and written tutorial on Riderville.com, just in case!

Come prepared with your transparent bag. The “club” has “enacted” a clear sack policy for all Saskatchewan Roughriders games in 2021 and beyond. Each fan, including children, can bring a transparent bag of 12″ x 6″ x 12″ or less.

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 collected within one hour of the end of the game. The bike valet is located outside the south-east of the stadium, near Gate 4.

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, » the Delta Hotel, Victoria Ave and Scarth Street) and in a NEW North end location: The Turvey Centre, from two hours and 15 minutes before kick-off time. 

Week 7:

For six weeks, it is clear that the running game is running at full speed for the Green and White. With 754 rushing yards in six games, the Riders lead the league in rushing nearly 200 yards to the next closest team. Look for running backs Jamal Morrow and Frankie Hickson to add to that tally in Week 7 with help from the offensive line and fullbacks.

Kian Schaffer-Baker has become one of the Riders’ most reliable receiving options, recording at least three catches and 30 yards in every game this season. The second-year receiver leads the team and is seventh in the CFL with 370 receiving yards. With three majors, Schaffer-Baker has already surpassed his touchdown total from a season ago.

The linebacking unit played as advertised with Darnell Sankey, Larry Dean and Derrick Moncrief leading. Heading into this week, Sankey is tied for the league lead with 32 defensive tackles while Dean is right behind him with 31 tackles. Moncrief is tied for the league lead with three interceptions in six games.

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