Hamilton, Ontario – The Hamilton Tiger-Cats announced today that Monday’s Labour Day Classic against the Toronto Argonauts at Ivor Wynne Stadium is now sold out.

“We are ecstatic to see the way our fans have shown their support for the team. Our players and coaching staff are very much appreciative of the passion and loyalty demonstrated by the fans. We look forward to an incredible atmosphere for our fans and players at Ivor Wynne Stadium on Monday,? said President Scott Mitchell.

The Labour Day Classic will kick off at 2:30pm.

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Excellent and congrats to the people of the Hammer, with a little help from your Argo friends.

Thanks !!!!!!!

Based on what I've read in other threads the only reason this game sold out is because of the presence of 'Rider fans in enormous numbers. :wink:


argos win, they're in 1st in the east....a loss and they're in 3rd.
tight east division!

All of a sudden the East is more competative then for many a years.

Looks like the East may be the tough division over the next few years :thup:

The Argos have been a huge surprise this year and the Als without AC are vulnerable. Very interesting to see how it all shakes out.

Go Ti Cats Go. Should be the week for big cats to win this week.

A Ticat win will move them into a tie for second, win the series against the Argos, and leave them just one game out of first place. After their slow start, they'll be right where people expected them to be when the season started. And next week's game against the Als takes on a whole new significance!

All this without a single game against the Lions or the Eskimos.

Maybe this was the mayor's plan all along.