The Canadian Football League will investigate events that took place immediately following the East Division Final between the Toronto Argonauts and Hamilton Tiger-Cats Sunday at BMO Field, according to TSN Football Insider Dave Naylor. 

Following Hamilton's 27-19 win over Toronto, cell phone video captured a brawl between Ticats fans and members of the Argonauts.

It is unclear what led to the alteration in the concourse of BMO Field. 

The Toronto Police released a statement regarding the incident on Monday. 

“At the end of the game, two men allegedly jumped a barricade and were attempting to fight with players. Officers and security quickly intervened and both men are alleged to have been assaultive with staff and police.

“As a result, both were trespassed (required to leave and were issued a provincial ticket) from BMO Field and Exhibition Place.”

Argos general manager Pinball Clemens also commentated on the situation.

“The altercation itself, I don’t know all the details on. I’m not qualified to give you an opinion. But anytime we have an interaction between players and fans it’s very disappointing,” he said.  

Naylor adds that any announcement of discipline won't happen until Tuesday at the earliest.