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The Canadian Football League (CFL) announced the visiting and home team designations for the 93rd Grey Cup championship game. Decided in an official coin toss, Edmonton will take the field on Sunday, November 27th as the visiting team and Montreal will enter the match-up as the home team. The Grey Cup host stadium is deemed a neutral site.
As the visiting team, the Eskimos will call the coin toss at the start of the game to determine which Club will receive and which will defend first. Should the game enter overtime, the coin toss will once again be called by Edmonton. Game-day uniforms were predetermined heading into Sunday's contest, with Montreal to wear their dark jerseys and Edmonton to wear their white jerseys.
About the Canadian Football League
The Canadian Football League (CFL) operates in nine leading cities across Canada. Building on a strong past toward a stronger future, the CFL celebrates Canada's game with fans across the nation. The 93rd Grey Cup will be played in Vancouver, British Columbia on November 27, 2005. For additional information, visit www.cfl.ca.
Official Canadian Football League announcement