Hamilton Tiger-Cats' Odds

      Live CFL odds for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats next game are found here, linked up to the top sportsbooks. Betting on the Tiger-Cats gas never been so easy. 

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      Hamilton may spend much of its time living in the shadows of Toronto, but when talking about the CFL, the Tiger-Cats are too big of a deal to be in anyone’s second fiddle. With a new stadium and re-energized fan base, it is time to get in on the action with Hamilton Tiger-Cats odds for every game over the regular season and CFL playoffs. The Tiger-Cats have called the city of Hamilton home for much longer, they officially joined the Canadian Football League in 1950 and as of 2014 call Tim Hortons Field home.

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      Hamilton Tiger-Cats Team Info

      Team Name Hamilton Tiger-Cats
      League Canadian Football League
      Division East
      Founded 1950

      Hamilton Tiger-Cats (1950-present)

      Arena Tim Hortons Field
      Grey Cup Titles 8 (1953, 1957, 1963, 1965 1967, 1972, 1986, 1999)
      Team Colours Black, Gold, White


      Hamilton Tiger-Cats' Standings

      The compact Eastern Division is always a tight race. With the great Hamilton Tiger-Cats standings widget below, bettors and fans can watch the race unfold throughout the full season.


      Bet On Hamilton Tiger-Cats' Games

      The mixture of old and new help shape the Tiger-Cats culture into one of the best in the CFL.

      One of the biggest parts of their culture is their rivalries. The largest and longest-lasting is the one they share with the Toronto Argonauts. Located a stone’s throw away from each other, fans regularly make the trip to each other’s stadium – making the environment raucous and the games always meaningful. The two teams always play on Labour Day and are a big reason why the CFL made the entire weekend about rivalry games.

      The Tiger-Cats appeared in the 2013, 2014, and 2019 Grey Cup but have not captured the title since 1999. The two appearances are a positive sign as a decade prior to the Tiger-Cats were the laughing stock of the league, finishing with the worst record in league history – an absolutely abysmal 1-17 mark. Now with their recent success, a brand new stadium minutes from Lake Ontario and a fan base as vibrant as ever, it is a great time to become acquainted with the Tiger-Cats and get in on the action with great lines from our partner sites.

      To be a successful bettor, it is good to pay attention to the details. These details include - but are not limited to - game location, when bye weeks are, offseason transactions and injuries. Injuries will have the most immediate impact on money lines and spreads, so bettors best stay on top of the injury report before they lay down any serious money.