CFL Grey Cup 2019 Live

CFL Grey Cup 2019 Live:The 2019 Grey Cup will be played between the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and the Hamilton Tiger-Cats on Nov. CFL Grey Cup 2019 Live 24 at McMahon Stadium in,It’s been 35 years since the last time Winnipeg and Hamilton met in a Grey Cup, and on Sunday one of the league’s two longest active droughts will come to an end.

Event Name CFL Grey Cup 2019 Championship Game
Game Date NOV 24, 2019
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But one of the people carrying on the tradition begun in 1948, when 14 train cars of raucous Stampeders fanatics invaded Toronto for the Grey Cup, said the city will rise above that setback.

“It’s a disappointment not having the home team in the final when it’s hosted by your own city,” said Alexander (Sandy) Dubyk, spokesman for the Calgary Grey Cup Committee.

“It’s going to be a damper, for sure, but Calgary’s in a unique position that the Grey Cup Festival committee’s done a great job . . . it’s a national party no other championship has.”

The Stampeders have won their way into five of the past seven Grey Cup games but were defeated by the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in the CFL West Division semifinal showdown on Nov. 10.

But the defending champs, who put up a 12-6 regular-season record this year, were challenged by numerous injuries and personnel changes.

That Grey Cup absence won’t put a halt to any of the Calgary Grey Cup Committee’s traditional hijinks, which will include a hotel walk-through by quarter horse Tuffy on Thursday.

The hotel is being kept a secret, with fans invited to guess the location on social media.

And the committee is teaming up with the Calgary Stampede to host a series of pancake breakfasts beginning Thursday morning.

Calgary Coun. Shane Keating will join colleagues Ward Sutherland and Ray Jones in flipping flapjacks.

“We have to take the good with the disappointing but this is still a great way to show the country what Calgary’s all about,” said Keating.

He noted how the city gave the 2026 Winter Olympic bid a pass, due largely to concerns over costs, while the XGames in Calgary met the same fate after the province pulled its funding and sufficient corporate sponsorship failed to materialize.

“There are some things in the political world that are worth the money and this is one of them,” said Keating.

Grey Cup organizers won’t say how many of the 36,000 game tickets remain unsold, but a spokesperson said Sunday tickets are still available, and now that the combatants — the Blue Bombers and Hamilton Tiger-Cats — in the 107th championship are known, it’s expected there will be a renewed push in sales.

Dubyk said Saskatchewan Roughriders green has already taken over as a CFL colour in the city, with the team’s loyalists flocking to watering holes to watch Sunday’s nail-biting Western final against Winnipeg.

“Just walking around town, there’s a lot of Rider green,” he said.

They’ll be joined by the usual contingents of fans representing all the league’s clubs and even those of teams that don’t exist, including the ill-fated Baltimore Stallions, who took to the CFL turf in 1994-95.

And boosters of one future CFL entry, the Halifax-based Atlantic Schooners, will have a Maritimes “Kitchen Party” space on the Stampede grounds, said Dubyk.

“You’ve got to try their lobster bowls, they’re fantastic,” he said.

The weather forecast for next Sunday’s game is promising — a high of 3C under partly sunny skies.One of the biggest draws of the Grey Cup isn’t just the game itself, but the performers on display at halftime.

Make no mistake — Canada loves its unique brand of football and will no doubt tune in by the millions to see whether the Hamilton Tiger-Cats or Winnipeg Blue Bombers will raise the storied trophy, but an added appeal comes when the players head to the locker rooms and a global star hits the stage.

This year brings country music superstar Keith Urban to Calgary’s McMahon Stadium. It’ll be the first time Urban headlines Canada’s biggest annual sporting event, but he’s far from the first world-renowned artist to take centre stage. Urban joins the likes of Shania Twain, Justin Bieber, Lenny Kravitz, Nelly Furtado, The Black Eyed Peas and other as performers who have previously headlined this event.

Here’s everything to know about this year’s 107th Grey Cup halftime show, including expected start time and a full list of performances throughout the game’s history.

Who is performing during halftime of the 107th Grey Cup?
Keith Urban is headlining the halftime show.

The Aussie was announced as the performer during an episode of entertainment news show ETALK in September. CFL commissioner Randy Ambrosie called Urban “authentic and genuine” at the time of the announcement.

“I know we’ve scored an absolute touchdown for football and music fans everywhere when my three young daughters are as excited about this big news as I am,” Ambrosie said in a statement. “Our early relationship with Keith has already shown him to be as authentic and genuine as he is famous and talented. We can’t wait to see him and everyone in Calgary as we share his shining light and Canada’s spirit with fans here at home and viewers around the world.”

Urban’s album sales have surpassed 20 million units over the course of his three decade-long career. The 52-year-old has four GRAMMY Awards to his name, along with 13 Country Music Awards and several other honours.

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