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VANCOUVER — This Sunday’s 102nd Grey Cup championship game can be seen live at 6 p.m. ET on TSN and RDS in Canada and on ESPN2 in the United States, the Canadian Football League said today.
Canada’s largest single day sporting event can also be heard in English on TSN Radio and SiriusXM Channel 167 across Canada and in French on ICI Radio-Canada Première throughout Western Canada and online at iciradio-canada.ca.
The Hamilton Tiger-Cats play the Calgary Stampeders at BC Place Stadium with the championship of the Canadian Football League, and the iconic Grey Cup trophy, at stake.
Each year, the Grey Cup ranks as one of the most watched events in Canada. Last year’s 101st Grey cup attracted an average audience of 4.8 million viewers. Overall, more than 12.3 million viewers, approximately one in three Canadians, watched some part of the game.
TSN’s Grey Cup Sunday coverage starts at 1 p.m. ET. RDS’s Grey Cup Sunday coverage starts at 5 p.m. ET.
SiriusXM’s live Grey Cup game coverage including the SiriusXM Kickoff Show can be heard on Channel 167 (Canada Talks).
TSN Radio will produce live coverage of the Grey Cup that can be heard starting at 4 p.m. ET on the following TSN Radio and Bell Media Radio family of stations, which combine to create the Grey Cup Radio Network:
British Columbia: TSN 1410 in Vancouver; CFAX 1070 in Victoria; AM 1150 in Kelowna; Radio NL (610 AM) in Kamloops; 99.3 The Drive in Prince George; CJFW 103.1 FM in Terrace/Prince Rupert.
Alberta: TSN Radio 1260 in Edmonton; Corus Radio’s AM 770 CHQR in Calgary
Saskatchewan: CKRM 620 in Regina; GX 94 – 940 in Yorkton; CJWW 600 AM in Saskatoon
Manitoba: TSN Radio 1290 in Winnipeg
Ontario: TSN Radio 1050 in Toronto; TSN Radio 1200 in Ottawa; AM 800 CKLW in Windsor; News/Talk 610 in St. Catherines; News/Talk 1290 in London; Funny 820 in Hamilton.
Quebec: TSN Radio 690 in Montreal
Nova Scotia: News 95.7 FM in Halifax