The Wanderers will play 14 games at home and 14 away in a 28 game season.
HFX Wanderers FC’s full 2019 regular season Canadian Premier League schedule.
The season will be 28 regular season games. 14 home, 14 away, and will be separated into two distinct halves; Spring season and Fall season.
Matches begin with the inaugural home opener on May 4 vs Forge FC through to the end of the Fall season on October 19 away at York9 FC.
Here is a link to the full schedule:
SCHEDULING – Read more, to learn more: https://canpl.ca/?p=14101
- The Spring Competition season will run from April 27 to July 1 (Canada Day) using Canada’s National Holiday to celebrate the first portion of the 2019 season and our league for Canadians by Canadians
- All seven clubs will play 10 matches in the Spring competition
- The Fall Competition season will run from July 6 to October 19
- All seven clubs will play 18 matches in the Fall competition following the table reset on July 2
“I’m happy for the fans that they can now see the games and I think the spring and fall season format is really appealing which has been used to good effect in the NASL and throughout South America,” said Wanderers head coach Stephen Hart. “A lot of our players have played together before so I hope this is something that can help us get off to a good start.”
FORMAT – Read more, to learn more: https://canpl.ca/?p=14178
- Each CPL club will play 28 regular season games 14 home, 14 away, split over two halves of the 2019 season
- All clubs will play against one another at least four times, and at most five times in the regular season
- The season will be separated into two distinct halves to crown winners that will advance to the Canadian Premier League 2019 Championship
- All seven clubs will compete in a single table
o 3 points for a win
o 1 point for a draw
o 0 points for a loss
- The winner of the Spring competition will be the club with the most points at the end of the season on Canada Day (July 1) and will be the first club playing in the Canadian Premier League 2019 Championship
- The winner* of the Fall competition will be the club with the most points on October 19 following the table reset on July 2 and will be the second club playing in the Canadian Premier League 2019 Championship
- *If the same team wins, the next highest cumulative point total across both competitions earns berth
In addition to the 14 home CPL games, the Wanderers have at least one more home match against Vaughan Azzurri in the Canadian Championship on May 22.
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