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2022 B.C. Lions schedule

WeekDateTimeOpponentGame ResultATSOver/Under
Week 1Saturday, June 1110 p.m. ETvs. Edmonton (-3.5)W, 59-15W (1-0)Over 48 (1-0)
Week 2BYE
Week 3Saturday, June 2510 p.m. ETvs. Toronto (-5.5)W, 44-3W (2-0)Under 49.5 (1-1)
Week 4Thursday, June 307:30 p.m. ET@ Ottawa (-3)W, 34-31Push (2-0-1)Over 47.5 (2-1)
Week 5Saturday, July 97 p.m. ETvs. Winnipeg (-3)L, 43-22L (2-1-1)Over 48.5 (3-1)
Week 6BYE
Week 7Thursday, July 2110 p.m. ETvs. Hamilton (-8)W, 17-12 (4-1)L (2-2-1)Under 51.5 (3-2)
Week 8Friday, July 299 p.m. ET@ Saskatchewan (-2)W, 32-17W (3-2-1)Over 46.5 (4-2)
Week 9Saturday, August 610 p.m. ETvs. Edmonton (-11)W, 46-14W (4-2-1)Over 51.5 (5-2)
Week 10Saturday, August 137 p.m. ET@ Calgary (+0.5)W, 41-40W (5-2-1)Over 53 (6-2)
Week 11Friday, August 1910 p.m. ET@ Saskatchewan (-3)W, 28-10W (6-2-1)Under 52.5 (6-3)
Week 12Friday, August 2610:30 p.m. ETvs. Saskatchewan (-3.5)L, 23-16L (6-3-1)Under 46.5 (6-4)
Week 13BYE
Week 14Friday, September 97:30 p.m. ET@ Montreal (-3)L, 31-10L (6-4-1)Under 53.5 (6-5)
Week 15Saturday, September 177 p.m. ET@ Calgary (+5.5)W, 31-29W, (7-4-1)Over 52.5 (7-5)
Week 16Saturday, September 2410 p.m. ETvs. Calgary (-1)L, 25-11L (7-5-1)Under 54.5 (7-6)
Week 17Friday, September 3010:30 p.m. ETvs. Ottawa
Week 18Saturday, October 84 p.m. ET@ Toronto
Week 19Saturday, October 1510 p.m. ETvs. Winnipeg
Week 20Friday, October 219:30 p.m. ET@ Edmonton
Week 21Friday, October 288:30 p.m. ET@ Winnipeg

B.C. Lions team facts

  • Location: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
  • Stadium: BC Place (1983-present; capacity: 54,500)
  • Year Founded: 1954
  • Grey Cup Titles: 6 (1964, 1985, 1994, 2000, 2006, 2011)

B.C. Lions history 

The Lions, founded in 1954, are the oldest professional sports franchise in the city of Vancouver and the province of British Columbia. The team also holds the distinction of being the first CFL Western Division team to have recorded a Grey Cup victory on its home field, initially doing so in 1994 and repeating the feat in 2011.

This franchise has been highly efficient with its title-game opportunities, winning six of 10 trips to the Grey Cup. Beyond that, BC also has a storied history of postseason success. The team boasts the second-longest playoff streak in CFL history, qualifying for the postseason every year between 1997 and 2016. Due to some recent lean seasons, however, BC now also has the longest Grey Cup drought of any West Division team (10 seasons). 

The Lions gained a new owner in 2021 when local businessman Amar Doman purchased the team from the estate of David Braley. The team has had a total of 27 head coaches, with current coach Rick Campbell leading the team.

The franchise has placed 41 players or administrators into the CFL Hall of Fame and boasts a couple of players who also enjoyed NFL success in quarterback Doug Flutie and wide receiver Mervyn Fernandez on its 50th anniversary “Dream Team” that was put together via fan balloting in 2003. 

B.C. Lions all-time leaders

The Blue Bombers’ team history is replete with a multitude of impressive individual accomplishments, and there are a total of 41 former Winnipeg players in the CFL Hall of Fame.

For a closer look at the all-time franchise leaders in a variety of categories, check out the list below:

  • Games Played: Lui Passaglia (408, 1976-2000)
  • Total Touchdowns: Geroy Simon (94, 2001-2012)
  • Receiving Touchdowns: Geroy Simon (93, 2001-2012)
  • Rushing Touchdowns: Sean Millington (66, 1991-1997, 2000-2002)
  • Passing Yards: Damon Allen (27,621; 1996-2002)
  • Passing Touchdowns: Damon Allen (136; 1996-2002)
  • Rushing Yards: Willie Fleming (6,125; 1959-1966)
  • Receptions: Geroy Simon (904; 2001-2012)
  • Receiving Yards: Geroy Simon (14,756; 2001-2012)
  • Interceptions: Larry Crawford (51; 1981-1989)
  • Tackles: Solomon Elimimian (745; 2010-2018)
  • Sacks: Brent Johnson (89; 2001-2011)
  • Field Goals: Paul McCallum (344; 1993-1994, 2006-2014)
  • Coaching Victories: Wally Buono (101; 2003-2011, 2016-2018)