Grey Cup Tickets

The 103rd Grey Cup will be held this fall at Investors Group Field in Winnipeg, MB. An iconic Canadian tradition, the Grey Cup is sure to be an electric experience as the CFL's best square off to mark their names in history. Buy your Grey Cup tickets and be part of the single biggest sporting event and party in the nation!

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Grey Cup Tickets - Premium CFL Tickets - 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Morgan MacFarlane More than 1 year ago
I had a great time, It was such an amazing experience to be there! even though we sat up in level 500 it was amazing because we could see the whole field no problem!
Adrian Fu More than 1 year ago
The game was good, but the people behind me were not well behaved. They used a lot of foul language around kids in the stands.
The Yeti More than 1 year ago
Had a great time in Toronto. Went to the game with my brother. The right team won for sure. Just another great Canadian experience !!!
Cody More than 1 year ago
Lenny rocked and the right team won... Riders Nation till death!

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The Grey Cup trophy, a symbol of Canadian football supremacy, was originally an amateur award, destined to be presented to the senior hockey champions of Canada. However, after Sir H. Montague Allan offered the Allan Cup for hockey competition, Lord Albert Henry George Grey, the fourth Earl and Governor General of Canada, donated the Grey Cup in 1909. It was destined to be awarded to the team winning the Senior Amateur Football Championship of Canada.

The first Grey Cup game pitted the University of Toronto against Parkdale at Varsity Stadium in Toronto in front of 3,807 football fans in 1909. The Grey Cup was presented, albeit three months later - he'd forgotten to have the cup made, but did so after a gentle reminder by the cup trustees - by his excellency Lord Grey to the team representing the University of Toronto, who won the game by a score of 26-6. The U of T team would go on to win the Grey Cup the next two years and again in 1920, following a three-year hiatus as a result of the First World War.

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