106th Grey Cup Playoffs

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Get your jersey and your face paint ready!

The 106th Grey Cup, where six teams play with one dream in mind, is on the way. This year’s event will be played Commonwealth Stadium in Edmonton Alberta on Sunday, November 25th.

Ahead of the finals, the Grey Cup playoffs will begin on Sunday, November 11th with the Eastern and Western Semi-Finals. The Eastern Semi-Final will feature BC Lions taking on the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, and the Saskatchewan Roughriders will host the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in the Western Semi-Final.

To hold you over until the semi-finals, here are some quick-hits on the big games:

Eastern Semi-Finals – Facts

  • Hamilton hosted BC in the 2009 Eastern Semi Final where the Lions defeated the Tiger-Cats in overtime
  • Hamilton and BC both won one game against each other during the regular season
  • The two teams also met in the 73rd Grey Cup in Montreal and the Lions were again victorious

Western Semi-Finals – Facts

  • This will be the first time Saskatchewan will host a playoff game since 2013
  • The last time Winnipeg and Saskatchewan met in the playoffs was 2013, when Saskatchewan beat Winnipeg on the road
  • Saskatchewan and Winnipeg met three times in the regular season, with Saskatchewan winning on two occasions

In addition to the Grey Cup, Edmonton will be host to five days of festivities in the lead up. The festival will feature everything from Canadian rock icons to young country stars, and everything in-between. The annual CFL Awards will be held on November 22nd as the CFL honours players and personnel from around the league for their performances on and off the field.

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This entry was posted in "Archive" on 2018.11.09