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2022 Edmonton Elks schedule

WeekDateTimeOpponentGame ResultATSOver/Under
Week 1Saturday, June 1110 p.m. ET@ BC Lions (+3.5)L, 59-15L (0-1)Over 48 (1-0)
Week 2Saturday, June 189:30 p.m. ETvs. Saskatchewan (+7.5)L, 26-16L (-0-2)Under 51 (1-1)
Week 3Saturday, June 257 p.m. ET@ Calgary (+9)L, 30-23W (1-2)Over 49.5 (2-1)
Week 4Friday, July 17:30 p.m. ET@ Hamilton (+7)W, 29-25W (2-2)Over 46.5 (3-1)
Week 5Thursday, July 79 p.m. ETvs. Calgary (+3.5)L, 49-6 (1-4)L (2-3)Over 51 (4-1)
Week 6Thursday, July 147:30 p.m. ET@ Montreal (+9)W, 32-21W (3-3)Over 49 (5-1)
Week 7Friday, July 229 p.m. ETvs. Winnipeg (+7.5)L, 24-10L (3-4)Under 47 (5-2)
Week 8BYE
Week 9Saturday, August 610 p.m. ET@ BC Lions (+11)L, 46-14L (3-5)Over 51.5 (6-2)
Week 10Saturday, August 1310 p.m. ETvs. Saskatchewan (+5.5)L, 34-23L (3-6)Over 49 (7-2)
Week 11Friday, August 197 p.m. ET@ Ottawa (+4.5)W, 30-12W (4-6)Under 48.5 (7-3)
Week 12Saturday, August 277:30 p.m. ETvs. Ottawa (-3.5)L, 25-18L (5-6)Under 48.5 (7-4)
Week 13Monday, September 54:30 p.m. ET@ Calgary (+12.5)L, 26-18W (6-6)Under 49.5 (7-5)
Week 14Saturday, September 108 p.m. ETvs. Calgary (+9.5)L, 56-28L (6-7)Over 49.5 (8-5)
Week 15Friday, September 169:30 p.m. ETvs. Saskatchewan (+9.5)W, 26-24W (7-7)Under 50.5 (8-6)
Week 16BYE
Week 17Saturday, October 14 p.m. ETvs. Montreal
Week 18Saturday, October 87 p.m. ET@ Winnipeg
Week 19Saturday, October 157 p.m.vs. Toronto
Week 20Friday, October 219:30 p.m. ETvs. BC Lions
Week 21BYE

Edmonton Elks team facts

  • Location: Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
  • Stadium: The Brick Field at Commonwealth Stadium (1978-present; capacity: 56,302)
  • Year Founded: 1949
  • Grey Cup Titles: 14 (1954, 1955, 1956, 1975, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1987, 1993, 2003, 2005, 2015)

Edmonton Elks history

The Elks, formerly the Edmonton Eskimos, have one of the most robust championship legacies in the CFL. The franchise has won a total of 14 Grey Cups and has been to the title game a total of 23 times.

The timeline of the current organisation traces back to 1949, when gridiron football returned to Edmonton after last having been played there in 1939 by a team that also went by the Eskimos and that was part of the Western Interprovincial Football Union.

The franchise’s most prolific stretch came between the 1978 and 1982 seasons, when the then-Eskimos won five consecutive Grey Cup behind the stellar play of NFL and CFL Hall of Famer Warren Moon and legendary head coach Hugh Campbell.

Edmonton also won three straight CFL titles between the 1954 and 1956 seasons, but that was followed by the longest championship drought in team history – the franchise would not hoist the Grey Cup again until 1975.

The Elks also hold the North American professional sports record for most consecutive times qualifying for the postseason (34 seasons), a streak that was snapped in 2006. Edmonton is also second place all-time in the CFL in terms of Grey Cup wins behind only the Toronto franchise (17).

Edmonton Elks all-time leaders

Considering the Elks’ rich history of success, it’s no surprise the team has fielded a robust array of star players throughout its existence. There are a total of 52 former Edmonton 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: Rod Connop (274, 1982-1997)
  • Total Touchdowns: Brian Kelly (97, 1979-1987)
  • Receiving Touchdowns: Brian Kelly (97, 1979-1987)
  • Rushing Touchdowns: Norman Kwong (73, 1951-1960)
  • Passing Yards: Ricky Ray (40,531; 2002-2003, 2005-2011)
  • Passing Touchdowns: Ricky Ray (210; 2002-2003, 2005-2011)
  • Rushing Yards: Johnny Bright (9,966; 1954-1964)
  • Receptions: Brian Kelly (575; 1979-1987)
  • Receiving Yards: Brian Kelly (11,169; 1979-1987)
  • Interceptions: Larry Highbaugh (66; 1972-1983)
  • Tackles: Willie Pless (813; 1991-1998)
  • Sacks: Stewart Hill (102; 1984-1990)
  • Field Goals: Sean Fleming (553; 1992-2007)
  • Coaching Victories: Ron Lancaster (84, 1991-1997)