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Thank you for another year of excellent support and dedication. Once again, we amassed a 12-6 regular season record and enjoyed a Western Semi-Final victory at home in front of a great crowd while also enjoying a few significant player milestones.

Vernon Adams Jr. led all CFL quarterbacks in passing yards, while Mathieu Betts set a new Canadian record with 18 quarterback sacks. In addition, five Lions players were named CFL All-Stars: Mathieu Betts, Garry Peters, TJ Lee, Keon Hatcher, and Sean Whyte.

As the organization continues to strive towards our ultimate goal of hoisting the Grey Cup here at home in 2024, Rick Campbell, Neil McEvoy, and the entire football operations staff are already engrained into the process of building the roster.

While this week’s Grey Cup festivities are set to begin, we look forward to seeing many of you at our Lions Den party and various events in downtown Hamilton. It is getting us all excited for next year’s 111th Grey Cup Festival in Vancouver, which we are proud to stage in our wonderful city. All the more reason to be excited about the BC Lions’ 70th season and quest to play in the Grey Cup in front of our great fans.

We are very proud to represent the entire province of British Columbia.  As a proud British Columbian and passionate Lions fan, owning this football club is a true honour and without your support and loyalty we would not be achieving our ever-improving goals in team results, attendance and a strong in-game experience which I would challenge any CFL team to compete with. We remain very excited about the future, and the continued dedication of our season ticket holders is a big part of that. Again, a sincere thank you. Go Lions!

Best Regards,

Amar Doman
Owner, BC Lions Football