What time is the Grey Cup on Sunday?
The 109th Grey Cup will take place in Regina, Sask. in 2022.
Here’s everything you need to know about the game, including when it will be played, which teams are facing off and who's performing at halftime.
WHEN IS THE GAME?
The West Division champion Winnipeg Blue Bombers and East champion Toronto Argonauts will face off at Mosaic Stadium on Nov. 20, 2022.
The Blue Bombers are seeking to win their third CFL championship in a row.
The game begins at 5 p.m. local time (6 p.m. ET) and will be broadcast on TSN and RDS.
CFL fans can expect to see Tyler Hubbard of Florida Georgia Line, Jordan Davis and Josh Ross perform at this year’s Grey Cup Halftime Show.
Jordan Davis said he can’t wait to soak in the energy of the Grey Cup.
“Canadian music fans are some of the best in the world. Playing for them, especially with Tyler and Josh, will make for an incredibly special night that I’ll never forget,” he said in a press release.
Tyler Hubbard, one half of Florida Georgia Line, will be debuting his solo album on Jan. 27, 2023. He said he loves playing in Canada because the fans always bring great energy.
“Performing my music for the country music fans and for the passionate football fans is going to be quite an experience! I’m really looking forward to being a part of this iconic event,” he said in the release.
Florida Georgia Line have 19 number one singles on country radio, including “Cruise” and “Meant to Be.”
GREY CUP FESTIVAL
The 2022 Grey Cup Festival will begin on Nov. 15, with events leading up to the game.
The festival’s theme is “Bring it to the Heartland." The CFL said the theme “reflects Saskatchewan as the heartbeat of the CFL, and the Canadian prairies as the heartland of Canada.”
There will be multiple events throughout the week in Regina, Saskatoon and other Saskatchewan communities.
“The Saskatchewan Roughriders and our incredible Volunteer Host Committee are so excited to finally be able to host our first Grey Cup and Festival at Mosaic Stadium,” said Roughriders President and CEO and Grey Cup Festival co-chair Craig Reynolds in a news release.
“We all know there is no place like Saskatchewan for a once in a lifetime football party, and we can’t wait to bring CFL fans together again this November.”
The Hunter Brothers will be playing at the Dye and Durham Indoor tailgate party on Nov. 20.
Tickets for the pregame party are available now. The event will kick off at 12 p.m. at the Viterra International Trade Centre and will cap off the Grey Cup Festival.
The 109th Grey Cup game officially sold out, as of Sept. 28, 2022.
More than 33,000 fans will take in the game, according to a joint news release from the Saskatchewan Roughriders and CFL.
"The Grey Cup is more than a game – it’s about unity, strength and community," CFL commissioner Randy Ambrosie said in the release.
“It’s a shared legacy between our great game, our world-class players and our incredible fans and we couldn’t be more excited to gather in a packed-to-the-brim Mosaic Stadium, to write the 109th chapter of this story together.”
At their original price, Grey Cup tickets ranged from $110 to $125 for standing room tickets, and $199 to $475 for all other seats around the stadium.
Saskatchewan Roughriders season ticket holders received early access to Grey Cup tickets.
For the ticket holders of the remaining eight teams, tickets went on sale on May 19, 2022.
For the general public, tickets went on sale on June 14, 2022.
Click here for more ticketing information.
Saskatchewan was initially slated to host the 2020 Grey Cup, but the season was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The CFL announced Regina would host the 2022 championship following the cancellation.
The Riders last hosted the Grey Cup in 2013, when they defeated the Hamilton Tiger-Cats to claim the franchise's fourth championship.
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