Edmonton Eskimos Tickets
One of the most successful teams in Canadian Football League’s history, the Edmonton Eskimos will be looking to reach the top of the ladder once again. The Eskimos went all the way to the East Final last season but came up short against the Ottawa Redblacks 23-35. They did however clinch the Grey Cup a season before that. The Eskimos are a force to be reckoned with and will be the side to beat this season too. If you are a fan, then this is your chance to grab Edmonton Eskimos tickets and watch the legendary Canadian football franchise in action.
Edmonton Eskimos Venues
Edmonton Eskimos Tickets
- Sat Oct 28 2017Buy Edmonton Eskimos vs. Calgary Stampeders, Commonwealth Stadium - Edmonton Tickets for Sat Oct 28 2017 Edmonton Eskimos vs. Calgary Stampeders, Commonwealth Stadium - Edmonton tickets for 10/28 05:00 PM at Commonwealth Stadium Edmonton, Edmonton, AB
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The Edmonton Eskimos are without a doubt among the most successful sides in CFL history. This is a side built to win titles and it has done that plenty of times in the past. Will they reach the summit this year too? Grab your Edmonton Eskimos tickets to find out.
History of football in Edmonton
The Eskimos is a name that has been used by more than one Edmonton based sports team since the 1890s. The Edmonton Eskimos, a football team representing the West of Canada, was the first side from that part of the country to make it to the Grey Cup. They achieved the feat in 1921. The team changed its name to the Elks the next year and made it all the way to the Grey Cup once again.
The name was changed back to the Eskimos but the team went under in 1924 because of financial issues. The Eskimos joined the football landscape once again in 1928 and in 1929 became the first football side from Canada to score from a touchdown pass. Joe Cook made the pass that was caught by Pal Power who ran 65 yards to reach the end zone and create history. There was not much to shout about for the Eskimos however and the franchise stopped playing once again at the end of the 1932 campaign.
The Clarke Stadium opened its doors for the fans in the year 1938 and that is when the Edmonton Eskimos began to play yet again. They went 0-8 in that first season and then followed it up by going 3-8 the next year. The Second World War disrupted plans once again and the team stopped playing.
The current iteration
The Edmonton Eskimos as they are known today was incepted in the year 1949. They did not qualify for the postseason in their first season but things began to improve in 1950. The Eskimos reached the W.I.F.U Finals over the next two seasons. They went all the way to the Grey Cup but lost out to their arch rivals, the Toronto Argonauts 21-11 in 1952. The Eskimos were not to be denied in 1954 however as they beat the Montreal Alouettes 25-24 to clinch their first title. The Eskimos were now on a roll and beat the same side twice over the next two seasons to complete a hat-trick of Grey Cup wins.
They reached the W.I.F.U. Finals over the next two seasons and then made it to the Grey Cup once again in 1960 but came up short on that occasion. The Eskimos failed to reach those championship winning heights during the next few seasons. The entire 1960s did not go according to the script. Like it is said there is light at the end of the tunnel, the arrival of the 1970s was about to signal the start of a new, even more glorious era.
In 1973 and 1974, the Edmonton Eskimos qualified for the Grey Cup but lost on both occasions. In 1975, they turned it all around to win their first Grey Cup since 1956. The Eskimos then went on an incredible run of form between 1978 and 1982. During that time period, they won five straight Grey Cups to become the most dominant team of that era. They clinched another Grey Cup in 1987.
The Edmonton Eskimos won one Grey Cup in the 1990s and added another three to the trophy cabinet in 2003, 2005 and 2015. They have also got their hands on twenty one division titles, the most by any side in the modern era. The Eskimos also qualified for the playoffs in thirty four successive seasons (1972 till 2005) which is a record in all of North American professional sports.
The stage is now set for them to add to their incredible haul of championships. It will take a very brave man to bet against them this season too. If you want to see them in action, then book your Edmonton Eskimos tickets and catch the iconic football team live.
Edmonton Eskimos Schedule
Football season is here and is packed with epic matchups. You can catch all the action live as it happens. Next event featuring Edmonton Eskimos will be Edmonton Eskimos vs. Calgary Stampeders, held at the Commonwealth Stadium - Edmonton in Edmonton. As of now, the last event, Saskatchewan Roughriders vs. Edmonton Eskimos is scheduled for 4-Nov-17 at the Mosaic Stadium At Taylor Field in Regina. For complete itinerary of events, please visit our website.
|Edmonton Eskimos vs. Calgary Stampeders||Commonwealth Stadium - Edmonton||Edmonton, AB||Sat Oct 28 201710/28 05:00 PM|
|Saskatchewan Roughriders vs. Edmonton Eskimos||Mosaic Stadium At Taylor Field||Regina, SK||Sat Nov 04 201711/04 06:00 PM|
Edmonton Eskimos Tickets Prices
The average price for Edmonton Eskimos Tickets start from $73. The minimum get in price is $24 for Edmonton Eskimos Tickets at the Mosaic Stadium At Taylor Field, Regina. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Edmonton Eskimos vs. Calgary Stampeders||Edmonton||28-Oct-17||$82||$31|
|Saskatchewan Roughriders vs. Edmonton Eskimos||Regina||4-Nov-17||$73||$24|
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Q:When is Saskatchewan Roughriders vs. Edmonton Eskimos game?
A:Saskatchewan Roughriders and Edmonton Eskimos have a preseason game schedule on June 11 and will later play each other again on September 9. For the complete schedule please visit Edmonton Eskimos Tickets page on our site and get full information on dates, venues, teams and even the tickets prices.