Ottawa Football Fans Rejoice!

It’s been a long time coming but professional football is finally returning to Ottawa!

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The return of the CFL

It’s been a long time coming, but Ottawa football fans finally have something to cheer about with the return of the CFL. The Ottawa Redblacks are back and ready to take on the rest of the league. This isbig news for the city of Ottawa and football fans across the country.

The Ottawa REDBLACKS

The Ottawa REDBLACKS are a professional Canadian football team based in Ottawa, Ontario. The team plays in the East Division of the Canadian Football League (CFL). They play their home games at TD Place Stadium. The team’s official colours are red and black.

The REDBLACKS were founded in 2010 as an expansion franchise of the CFL, and began play in 2014. They finished first place in both the East Division regular season and Grey Cup playoffs in their inaugural season.

The Ottawa Fury

The Fury joined the Canadian Football League (CFL) in 2014, becoming the league’s ninth team. The team plays its home games at TD Place Stadium, where they had also played as members of the now-defunct North American Soccer League (NASL). They are coached by Rick Campbell.

What this means for Ottawa

More jobs

The return of the CFL to Ottawa means good news for the local economy, as the team will create jobs both on and off the field. Players, coaches, and support staff will all be hired to fill various roles with the team. In addition, many new businesses will spring up to support the team, such as restaurants, sports bars, and merchandise stores. All of this economic activity will lead to more jobs for Ottawa residents.

More tourism

With the Ottawa REDBLACKS set to play in the 103rd Grey Cup in Winnipeg on Sunday, there is a heightened sense of excitement among Ottawa football fans. The game will be a big boost for tourism in the city, as people from all over the country come to watch the game and support their team.

This is good news for businesses in the city, as they will see an influx of customers during what is typically a slow time of year. hotels, restaurants, and bars are all expecting to see an uptick in business due to the Grey Cup.

So if you’re planning on coming to Ottawa for the game, be sure to book your hotel early and enjoy all that our city has to offer!

More revenue

The city of Ottawa is set to receive a boost in revenue thanks to a new football stadium. The stadium, which is set to open in 2024, will be home to the Ottawa Black Knights, a Canadian Football League (CFL) team.

This is good news for the city, as the construction and operation of the stadium is expected to generate millions of dollars in economic activity. The influx of money will benefit local businesses and create new jobs. It will also help to revitalize the city’s downtown core.

This is a big win for Ottawa football fans, as they will finally have a team to call their own. It is also a big win for the CFL, as it gives the league another market to expand into.

How to get involved

Ottawa’s new professional football team, the Ottawa Aces, is already getting a lot of support from football fans in the city! If you’re interested in getting involved with the team, there are a few ways you can do so. You can become a member of the Ottawa Aces Football Club, volunteer your time to help out with the team, or simply come to the games and cheer them on!

Become a season ticket holder

We are happy to announce that season tickets for the Ottawa Football Fans are now on sale!

Tickets can be purchased online or in person at the Ottawa Football Fans office. The Ottawa Football Fans office is located at:

1765 St. Laurent Blvd, suite 202
Ottawa, ON K1G 3V4

Fans can also become season ticket holders by purchasing a partial season ticket package. For more information on partial season ticket packages and pricing, please visit our website or contact the Ottawa Football Fans office.

Volunteer

Become a game day volunteer! There are many opportunities available including: setting up the stadium, working at the gate, being a ball boy/girl, being a flag bearer, or working in the Concessions area. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact the Ottawa Fury FC office at 613-232-6767 or [email protected]

You can help support the team by donating to the Ottawa Football Club. As a registered non-profit, any donations made to the OFC are tax deductible.

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