The Canadian Football League (CFL) Grey Cup is the holy grail of Canadian football. First established in 1909, the Grey Cup is the annual championship game of the CFL. And we here in Regina are thrilled to announce that the Grey Cup will be coming to our city in 2022!
This will be a huge event for our city, and we want to make sure that everyone has a chance to enjoy it. Here’s everything you need to know about the CFL Grey Cup Live, including when and where it will be taking place.
What is the CFL Grey Cup?
The CFL Grey Cup is the annual championship game of the Canadian Football League (CFL). It is contested by the league’s two best teams of the season and determines which team will be crowned champion. The Grey Cup was first established in 1909 and is named after Lord Earl Grey, who was then Governor General of Canada.
The game is typically held on the last Sunday of November and features a half-time show and other entertainment activities. In recent years, the game has been held in jeopardy due to COVID-19, but we are hopeful that by 2022 the pandemic will be under control and everyone will be able to enjoy the game safely.
When and where is the Grey Cup taking place?
The 2022 CFL Grey Cup will be taking place at Mosaic Stadium on November 20, 2022. This will mark the first time Regina has hosted the Grey Cup since 1996. We are so excited to be welcoming this prestigious event back to our city!
Who will be playing in the Grey Cup?
We don’t know yet! The teams that will be playing in the 2022 Grey Cup will be determined based on their performance during the 2022 CFL season. So make sure you follow your favourite team closely throughout the season so you can cheer them on as they compete for a spot in this coveted game.
We here in Hamilton are so excited to be hosting the 2022 CFL Grey Cup! This prestigious event brings together fans from all across Canada to watch as two teams battle it out for championship glory. Make sure you mark November 20, 2022 in your calendars so you don’t miss out on this exciting event. Go Ticats!