The final match of the CFL season, known as The Grey Cup 2021 is going to happen on Sunday, December 12.
Grey Cup is the championship game of the Canadian Football League or CFL. The victorious team playing Canadian football is eligible to get the trophy after winning the competition.
Though NFL is the most popular football league in the world, the CFL is equally popular here in Canada. The new season has just kicked off. The last year’s league was canceled due to COVID 19, and there are plenty of surprises when it comes to the favorites.
The Winnipeg Blue Bombers won the Grey Cup in last season played and now, after a year without any matches, the CFL has returned.
The fans are pretty excited about what’s to come. Can the Blue Bombers get back-to-back titles or will the Tigers-Cats take it home? There will surely be amazing actions this season that will go on the field with 108th Grey Cup scheduled for December 12.
|Venue||Tim Hortons Field in Hamilton, Ontario|
|Date||Sunday, December 12, 2021|
|Time||6:00 p.m. EST|
|Live Stream||TSN, ESPN+, BT Sports, and Yare TV|
Last 5 years Grey Cup Winners:
- 2018 – Calgary Stampeders
- 2017 – Toronto Argonauts
- 2016 – Ottawa REDBLACKS
- 2015 – Edmonton Eskimos
- 2014 – Calgary Stampeders
When is the Grey Cup 2021?
Date: The 108th Grey Cup will take place on Sunday, December 12, 2021.
Time: The kick-off time is set for 6.00 pm ET.
Where is the Grey Cup 2021?
The Grey Cup 2021 will take place at the Tim Hortons Field in Hamilton, Ontario. This is a multi-purpose stadium in Hamilton, Canada. So the people of Hamilton will be able to watch live from the stadium. The stadium has a capacity of 23,228 spectators. This is the home ground for the Tiger-Cats.
“We’re fortunate enough to have a venue like Tim Hortons Field that allows us the opportunity to be innovative and creative,” said Tiger-Cats’ C.E.O. Scott Mitchell. “We’re focused on delivering a stadium experience for Hamiltonians and football fans from across the country that they’ve never seen at a Grey Cup game before.”
The tickets for the Grey Cup 2021 are on sale. The pricing will start from $249. If you want to watch the match from the front seat you can buy their Gold or Platinum tickets which will cost you $379 and $429.
As a Tiger-Cats season fan, you will be guaranteed:
- First access to 108th Grey Cup tickets
- Preferred pricing on 108th Grey Cup tickets
- First access to 2021 Grey Cup Festival event tickets
How to Watch Grey Cup 2021 Live on TV:
In Canada, TSN will broadcast the event. You will also get an insight into the Grey Cup from the TSN Football Insider Dave Naylor and TSN Football Expert Farhan Lalji. So check you you are subscribed to TSN or not. If you are not, then contact your cable operator right now.
In the USA, ESPN and ESPN+ have the right to broadcast the event. But you have to be their paid subscriber. Their subscription will cost you $7 per month.
The fans of the UK will be able to watch the event on BT sports. Their monthly pass will cost £25. It is available for above five million homes across the UK and Ireland. Also, if you are someone from Ireland, you can use the channel to follow the Grey Cup.
ESPN will broadcast the matches for the fans of Australia. But this match will only be able for their paid subscriber. So contact your cable operator and catch all the actions live.
Mexico and other regions
In Mexico, ESPN has the right to broadcast the match. Yare TV will be broadcasting the matches in other locations of the world.
How to Watch Grey Cup 2021 Live Stream Online:
There are lots of ways to watch the event if you don’t have cable TV. Some of them are given below. Let’s check out them.
You can watch the Grey Cup 2021 live stream on ESPN through AT&T TV for $69.99. You will get 65+ channels with this subscription and stream from anywhere on your mobile tablet and PC.
That’s all for today. Hope you find your best ways to watch the Grey Cup live stream online from anywhere. If you have any suggestions, please comment below.