The Hamilton Tiger-Cats have unveiled plans for their final season at Ivor Wynne Stadium.
Fans will be asked to choose an All-Time Ticats team, which will be honoured at the final home game of the regular season on October 27th.
Legendary Ticats players will attend every home game and tickets to each game will feature some of the most memorable moments in Ivor Wynne's 84 year history.
They include Paul Osbaldiston's game winning field goal in the 1998 East Final, Earl Winfield's Labour Day game in which he scored three touchdowns in three different ways, and the Ticats 1972 Grey Cup championship game.
Click below to listen to CHML Sports Director Rick Zamperin's interview with Paul Osbaldiston.
In addition to the presentation of the All-Time team, the final game at Ivor Wynne will feature a post game closing ceremony while fans will receive a commemorative keepsake to hold their ticket to the final game.
Fans will also see "The Final Season" logos on the field.
And more than 2-hundred Tim Horton's locations in Hamilton, Halton, Niagara, Brant and Kitchener-Waterloo will include the Ivor Wynne final season logo on their cups, Tim Cards and donuts.
Click below to listen to Ticats President Scott Mitchell talk about the final season at Ivor Wynne Stadium.
Once Ivor Wynne is torn down after the 2012 CFL season, construction will begin on a new facility on the same site.
The bidding process to construct the new venue has not been completed and plans on where the Ticats will play next year have not been finalized.
The new Pan Am Stadium project is expected to be ready by 2014.