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The 110th Grey Cup is set for today in Hamilton, Ont., as the Montreal Alouettes and the Winnipeg Blue Bombers go head-to-head in the CFL's championship game.
The 110th Grey Cup is set for today in Hamilton, Ont., as the Montreal Alouettes and the Winnipeg Blue Bombers go head-to-head in the CFL's championship game. The days are getting darker, the temperatures are dropping and the CFL season is nearly over. All that is left is for someone to be crowned the newest Grey Cup champion. The 110th Grey Cup is set for today in Hamilton, Ont., as the Montreal Alouettes and the Winnipeg Blue Bombers go head-to-head in the CFL's championship game. If Montreal fans are feeling like it's been awhile since they have watched the Alouettes in a championship game, it's because it has been. The Alouettes' last title appearance came in 2010, when Montreal defeated the Saskatchewan Roughriders for the organization's seventh championship. The same cannot be said for the Blue Bombers. Winnipeg has been the West Division representative in the Grey Cup the last four consecutive seasons. In 2022, Winnipeg fell short of a CFL three-peat, losing to the Toronto Argonauts in the 109th Grey Cup. In order to get to the Grey Cup, Montreal defeated the Argonauts in the East Final, while Winnipeg beat the BC Lions in the West Final. While both clubs are older members of the CFL, the two have never faced against one another in a Grey Cup. Here is everything you need to know for the 110th Grey Cup between the Alouettes and the Blue Bombers. What channel is the Grey Cup on? TV Channel: TSN, RDS Live stream: TSN+, CFL+ TSN will conclude its coverage of the CFL season by broadcasting the 110th Grey Cup on its network. For the French-speaking audience, RDS will have the championship game. For Canadians looking to stream the action, it can be done so through TSN+. Viewers in the United States will be able to watch the CFL playoffs through CFL+, the league's new free, online live streaming platform. It will not be available to watch on cable. What time is the Grey Cup? Date: Sunday, Nov. 19 Kickoff time: 6 p.m. ET The 2023 Grey Cup will kick off at approximately 6 p.m. ET on Sunday, Nov 19. he game is being played at Tim Hortons Field in Hamilton, Ont. Where is the Grey Cup in 2023? City: Hamilton, Ont. Stadium: Tim Hortons Field The 110th Grey Cup will be played in Ontario. Tim Hortons Field in Hamilton will be the site for this year's CFL championship game. This is the 11th time that Hamilton is the site for the CFL championship game. Tim Hortons Field previously hosted the 108th Grey Cup in 2021. Grey Cup halftime show 2023 This year's halftime entertainment is Green Day. The Grammy-award winning band hails from California, but has become a popular punk rock group all over the globe, selling more than 75 million records. Green Day was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 2015. "You better be ready because we're about to turn the Grey Cup green and into the loudest f—ing night in CFL history," the band said in a statement. Green Day is known for its hits, "Boulevard of Broken Dreams", "American Idiot" and "Wake Me Up When September Ends." 2023 CFL playoff schedule, results Here is the full schedule from the 2023 CFL playoffs, including the previous results for the Alouettes and the Blue Bombers: Date Matchup Time (ET) Saturday, Nov. 4 Montreal 27, Hamilton 21 (East Semifinal) FINAL Saturday, Nov. 4 BC 41, Calgary 30 (West Semifinal) FINAL Saturday, Nov. 11 Montreal 38, Toronto 17 (East Final) FINAL Saturday, Nov. 11 Winnipeg 24, BC 13 (West Final) FINAL Sunday, Nov. 19 Montreal vs. Winnipeg (110th Grey Cup) 6 p.m.