Two years is such a long period if you are a lover of Grey cup sport. Since the last tournament, it has been approximately 2 years when we experienced a crowning of a champion, but the good news is that the Grey cup is back with a bang. As a fan, it is now a time to sit back and enjoy all the actions and passion of this great tournament.
The match has indeed changed since we last experienced the crowning of the champion, but the good news is that the passion and motivation of this great cup have not changed. You might wonder who is the finalist or who will play who. The good news is that I have all the news for you if you have not been following this great tournament. Let us start with both team news.
With that extended period without action, it was awesome to get things started in the forefront when Hamilton Tiger-Cats will take on Winnipeg Blue Bombers in a highly hyped match which is also a rematch of the championship game of 2019. The Blue Bombers want to extend their dominance by winging back-to-back titles and capitalize on the canceled seasons due to the covid 19 pandemic.
On the other hand, Tiger-Cats are looking to end their cup drought and capture a cup for the first time since 1999, when they last won one. With both teams determined to do well and capture the cup, the action is expected to be highly competitive and full of crazy stuff.
There is no doubt that both teams are well prepared, but the question is who will walk away as a champion- is it Blue Bombers, or will Winnipeg secure the trophy? To get more information on the same, stick around so you get educated on when and where the action will go down.
When will the Grey cup kickoff?
The Grey cup will start at exactly 6 pm eastern time on Sunday, December 12. You have already known it is a rematch of the 2019 cup final when Winnipeg Blue Bombers defeated the Hamilton Tigers-Cats in a then highly contested match that ended with a score of 33-12
Where and how to watch the Grey Cup on TV and live streaming?
If you are a CFL sports lover and don’t want to miss this incredible action, you have many options to experience this final. You can catch all the action on TV networks such as TSN in Canada and ESPN2 if you are in the United States of America or live stream it on CFL Games Pass and ESPN.
Where is the 2021 Grey Cup?
The 2021 Grey cup will be held at Tim Hortons Fields, the home and official field for Hamilton Tigers-Cats in Hamilton city. The tigers are determined to ensure the cup remains home.
To ensure all the visitors or fans stay focused and enjoy the finals to the fullest, the Canadian Arkells Band will entertain the crowd at the Grey Cup halftime show. This performance is a homecoming for the band since it originated in Hamilton, Ont.