Early CFL (1958–1986) Edit
The first 29 CFL seasons each consisted of 9 teams playing in the same 9 cities. Until 1973, Western Canadian teams played 16 games compared to 14 for Eastern Canada. Since then, all teams played 16 games per season until the season was expanded to 18 games in 1986.
Current era (1987–present) Edit
Since 1987, the number of teams has changed several times but the CFL has retained an 18 game schedule. As of 2019[update], the CFL includes 9 teams in the same cities as during the inaugural season in 1958.
- Canadian Football League
- SOUDOG'S CFL HISTORY FAN SITE
- CFL Player of the Year
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- CFL Helmets
- All-time CFL Standings Since 1945
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