Last season, the Saskatchewan Roughriders played their final game at the historic Mosaic Stadium.



👋👋👋. #FarewellSeason

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The farewell season wasn't great in terms of wins and losses, but it was magical in the sense that fans got to cheer on their team for the last time in the historic stadium.



All that's left to say is "Thank You". #FarewellSeason

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This season is all about players and fans creating new memories in their new stadium, though, and Saturday night, the Riders played their first game in new Mosaic Stadium as they hosted Winnipeg in pre-season action.



You did it again, Rider Nation.👊 Tonight's preseason game is officially SOLD OUT!🍉 #RiderPride #CFLGameday

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The stadium looks absolutely stunning to say the least.

Although it was a pre-season game, Riders fans showed their support as they always do and sold out the stadium.

Everyone in attendance got to watch Duron Carter score the first Riders touchdown in their new venue.



History in motion.📽 @dc_chillin_8 with the very first #CFL touchdown to be scored at Mosaic Stadium!🍉 #RiderPride

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Fans are hoping that's the first of many for a team looking to improve on their 5-13 record from last season that was good for last in the West and tied for last with the Argos in the CFL.

(H/T: Saskatchewan Roughriders)