Grey Cup 2021: Live Stream, Start Time, TV Channel & Halftime show

In this content you will get step by step guide to Grey Cup 2021 live stream free online. CFL Grey Cup 2021 start time, TV channel, Halftime show & more

The 108th Grey Cup features the Winnipeg Blue Bombers vs. The Hamilton Tiger-Cats in a rematch of the 2019 107th Grey Cup game. That game was won by the Blue Bombers.

This is the first Grey Cup Game since 2019 as last year’s finale and the season was canceled due to Covid.

CFL Grey Cup 2021 Overview at a Glance:

Date: Sunday, December 12, 2021
Location: Tim Horton held in Hamilton, Ontario
Team: Winnipeg Blue Bombers vs. the Hamilton Tiger-Cats
Halftime show: Arkells
National anthem: Savannah Ré
TV Network: English: TSN; French: RDS; United States: ESPN2; UK/Ireland: BT Sport
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How to watch Grey Cup in Canada with and without cable

The official broadcaster will be TSN in Canada. That will be TSN Direct if you are using cable and regular TSN if you do not subscribe to a cable service. There is talk of RDS broadcasting the game but there is no official word on that as of yet.

Or if you do not have cable service in Canada, you will have to go to one of the many online streaming services that carry the game.

These online streaming services may be, but are not limited to, In Sling TV, HULU, AT&T NOW & YouTube TV. To get times of broadcast you will have to check those streaming services’ websites.

Sling TV

Costs about $20 a month and it is one of the more popular streaming services for sports. Its high-quality transmission keeps your picture nice and clear. There is a 7-day free trial which may allow you to watch the game for free.

For $5 more, you get access to all ESPN channels that the network has. Try the 7-day free trial to make sure it is something you can use.

Hulu TV- This is a great way to watch the game especially if you are already a subscriber. You just check your local listings to see when HULU will be broadcasting the game.

Or you can sign if you do not mind watching the game through Beta technology. HULU does offer ESPN packages so getting the game is not going to be difficult through this streaming service.

AT & T TV

This streaming option is also $20 per month and it should get you the game. That cost is if you already have AT & T unlimited wireless service. Check them out as there is a possibility of a 7-day free trial as well.

ESPN may be included in a higher tier bundle so make sure to read the fine print before signing up for the game.

YouTube TV

It is already famous for its free movie and television website. However, some people may not know that YouTube offers a TV streaming service. It costs $40 per month and that membership gives you access to all ESPN channels.

All it takes to sign up is a GOOGLE account and you are home free.

If you have cable, then you can tune in to TSN Direct in Canada or ESPN2 in America. The Canadian Football League has a contract with that sports network and you need to check for the times in your region of the country.

How to watch the Grey Cup outside of Canada?

The CFL has made their championship game an international event. You do not have to live or visit Canada to see the top two teams battle for the Canadian Football Championship. The league says that it will be viewed in 74 countries around the globe and reach 47 million people

There are broadcast options for those who live in other parts of the world.

In America, Mexico & South America- ESPN (This may be ESPN 2)
In Australia & New Zealand- ESPN
In the UK & Ireland- BT Sport

(Check with the CFL website or the website of those channels in your country to learn how to get access to the game

Other regions can tune in to the game through YARE TV. Just click here to go to that broadcast network’s website. YARE TV is not available in North America, except for Mexico, as well as the UK and Northern Ireland.

To watch the Grey Cup Game through YARE, you would have to pay $7.99. That price allows you to watch live or VOD in high definition.

There are apps you can buy through the different online app stores but you would need YouTube TV, Hulu, and Apple TV to make those apps work. Those apps are called Roku, Fire TV, and Apple TV

Using VPN to Stream Grey Cup from anywhere

If you live in a country whose IP addresses may be blocked, you can go to a VPN and sign up for their service to view the game. One of the best VPN services, especially for the Grey Cup, is Express VPN.

It has servers located in 94 countries, including Canada, along with 160 locations. You can pick the best location that will give you the ultimate access to the game. ExpressVPN also provides unlimited bandwidth and you can access its website in 16 different languages.

To use their services you will have to sign up and that is easy to do. All you have to do is select the payment plan you want and follow the instructions. There is a one-month option if you just want to use the service for the game only. That will set you back $12.95.

Or you can select the 6-month plan for $9.99 per month, payable in one installment of $59.95. Finally, you can choose the 1-year plan that will cost $8.23 a month, and also payable in one installment of $99.95. Each plan has a 30-day money-back guarantee.

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How to Listen to 108th Grey Cup?

The official radio station seems to be TSN Radio and they produce the Grey Cup Radio Network. What that means is that this broadcaster may team up with other radio stations in different countries to broadcast the game through that medium.

You would have to check local listings to see which radio station is carrying the game and at what time. TSN has exclusive coverage rights for the game and every type of broadcast option must go through them.