September 10, 2018

You should attend the September 14 game for these 5 reasons.

This Friday, September 14, our Alouettes are facing the BC Lions at 7:30 pm at McGill Stadium. Trying to convince your friends to attend the game? We made a list of solid arguments for you.


  1. It’s Singles Night!

Birds of a feather flock together. So why not try to find your soulmate at the game on Friday? Who knows? It might be B.J. Cunningham or Matt Shiltz. Countless hours of playing, studying and watching football for the rest of your life #relationshipgoals.

Not single? No problemo. We have bracelets for all statuses. Come get yours in the Bier Garden!

No, thank you

It’s complicated



  1. Harry Potter Might Show Up

OK, maybe not, but the Quidditch team of Université de Montréal will. Yup, you’ll get the chance to watch a real-life game of the wizardly sport at half-time. See, we would do anything for you. Even magic.

P.S.: Speaking of magic… Did you know that QB Matt Shiltz is a magician?

  • Quarterback
  • Accountant
  • Magician
  • Single

Not bad.


  1. The Under Dogs Bite Back

The two consecutive wins right before the bye-week felt amazing! The energy is now higher than ever at practice and the guys are more than ready to seek revenge against the team that beat them 10-22 in their first matchup of the season. Especially that it all happened in the fourth quarter.

The Lions just acquired 2017 Grey Cup MOP receiver DeVier Posey. Will the defence be able to shut him down? Based on its last performance against Ottawa, we’d like to think so. Keep an eye on linebacker Henoc Muamba (number 10) who, with 68 tackles, sits in third spot of the league. He’s the type to make those BIG plays in the last minutes of a game. Yea, we’re talking about the ones that make you go wild.


  1. Budweiser Beer Is $7

For the LAST time of the season! Fall equals weekend games… Take full advantage of the benefits of this last Budweiser Friday Night Lights! And by benefits we mean cheap beer, of course. Because, well, back-to-school is intense. We understand that you may need to wind down. Check out the ticket bundle we created for the occasion.

Also, tickets are only $15 for students.


  1. WE Didn’t Trade Our Number 67

While the Habs said goodbye to Max Pacioretty, we’re happy to still be able to rely on the services of Tony Washington. The o-lineman certainly contributed to solidifying a front that faced a lot of adversity throughout 2017 and the beginning of the current season. Since his arrival in Montreal and Antonio Pipkin’s return, the offence has been making progress. A lot of progress. Tony will be celebrating his 99th career game on Friday. Pretty sure he’d like you to be there to witness it.

Other important fact: Imposing William Stanback is back at work. With the running game being one of the strengths of this team, it’s always good to know our RBs are happy and healthy.