Q: How many players can be on a CFL team?

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19 players and up to three quarterbacks.

American players are called 'imports.' Each team is allowed to field 12 players. There is no limit as to how many of the 12 can be imports.

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Yes. In the 1990s the governors of the CFL thought they could expand the league into the United States. A number of new teams were created, most of which quickly folded. Only the Baltimore team did well, winning the Grey Cup in 1995. However, the next year the Baltimore team was moved to Montreal and that was the end of American teams in the CFL.

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From the CFL FAQ: "The roster size for a CFL team is 46 active players with 42 available for game day rosters. Three of the 42 are quarterbacks and can be either imports or non-imports with no restrictions. Of the remaining 39 players, no more than 19 may be imports. Therefore the maximum amount of imports allowed on game day rosters is 22. Training camp rosters are set at 68 plus all non-counters (i.e. draft picks and two additional players not selected in the current draft year)."

You have this backwards. They have to have a minimum of 20, not a maximum of 20. Each team is allowed 19 imports, quarterbacks are excluded. "The roster size for a CFL team is 46 active players with 42 available for game day rosters. Three of the 42 are quarterbacks and can be either imports or non-imports with no restrictions. Of the remaining 39 players, no more than 19 may be imports." CFL Official site.

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They can if the get drafted.

12 on the field per side so 24 total.

CFL. It must be short for RoughRiders. There is no team called the "Riders" in the NFL. However, there is a team called the Raiders.

In Canadian football, whether on offence, defence, or special teams, a team is allowed to have twelve players on the field ... and no more than twelve, as the Saskatchewan Roughriders learned the hard way in the 2009 Grey Cup Game.