|1982 CFL season|
|East Champions||Toronto Argonauts|
|West Champions||Edmonton Eskimos|
|70th Grey Cup|
|Date||November 28, 1982|
The 1982 CFL season is considered to be the 29th season in modern-day Canadian football, although it is officially the 25th Canadian Football League season.
After the 1981 season, the Montreal Alouettes folded. However, one day later in 1982 the CFL granted the city of Montreal a new franchise called the Concordes, which assumed the Alouettes' history and player contracts.
The 1982 Grey Cup game between the Edmonton Eskimos and the Toronto Argonauts attracted 7,862,000 television viewers, the largest television audience in the history of Canadian television.
NBC broadcast four CFL games in the United States over three weeks during the 1982 NFL players' strike.
The Edmonton Eskimos won their fifth straight Grey Cup championship.
Note: GP = Games Played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, PF = Points For, PA = Points Against, Pts = Points
|Winnipeg Blue Bombers||16||11||5||0||444||352||22|
|Ottawa Rough Riders||16||5||11||0||376||462||10|
Main article: 70th Grey Cup
The Edmonton Eskimos were the 1982 Grey Cup champions, defeating the Toronto Argonauts, 32–16, in front of their home crowd at Toronto's Exhibition Stadium. That was Edmonton's fifth-straight championship, becoming the CFL's most successful dynasty. The Eskimos' Warren Moon (QB) was named the Grey Cup's Most Valuable Player on Offence and Dave "Dr. Death" Fennell (DT) was named the Grey Cup's Most Valuable Player on Defence and was the Grey Cup's Most Valuable Canadian.
|November 14: Division Semifinals||November 21: Division Finals||November 28: 70th Grey Cup @ Exhibition Stadium – Toronto, Ontario|
|E3||Ottawa Rough Riders||7|
|E3||Ottawa Rough Riders||30||E1||Toronto Argonauts||44|
|E2||Hamilton Tiger-Cats||20||E1||Toronto Argonauts||16|
|W2||Winnipeg Blue Bombers||21|
|W3||Calgary Stampeders||3||W1||Edmonton Eskimos||24|
|W2||Winnipeg Blue Bombers||24|