2016 CFL Schedule: Saskatchewan Roughriders kick off final season at Mosaic Stadium against Argonauts

The Saskatchewan Roughriders will bid farewell to Mosaic Stadium in their last CFL season, which launches on June 30 against the Toronto Argonauts.

CFL reveals 2016 schedule

A crowd of cheering Saskatchewan Roughriders fans welcomed back their team Monday at Mosaic Stadium in Regina, Sask. The Riders lost to the Montreal Alouettes in Sunday's Grey Cup game in Calgary. ((Troy Fleece/Canadian Press))

The Saskatchewan Roughriders will bid farewell to Mosaic Stadium in their last CFL season, which launches on June 30 against the Toronto Argonauts.

The Riders will play their final regular season game on Taylor Field on Oct. 29 against the B.C. Lions.

The team will showcase their new coach, Chris Jones, who led the Edmonton Eskimos to their Grey Cup win last year. Jones will take on his former team when the Roughriders return to Edmonton on July 8.

The Labour Day Classic against the Winnipeg Blue Bombers will be played on Sunday, Sept. 4.

The CFL season kicks off on June 23 when the Toronto Argonauts host the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in the league's first-ever game at renovated BMO Field.

The 104th Grey Cup will be played outdoors at BMO Field in Toronto on Nov. 27.

New additions to the 2016 CFL schedule include a doubleheader on Canada Day, Thanksgiving and a triple-header on the final day of the regular season (Nov. 5).

View the Saskatchewan Roughriders' full schedule here. 

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