Grey Cup Festival 2022 Regina: CFL Commissioner Randy Ambrosie officially announced the Countdown to Grey Cup week in Regina on Thursday. Luke Simard has more. The 109th Grey Cup will take place in Regina, Sask. in 2022.
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Grey Cup Festival 2022 Regina: Dates, Lineup, Tickets, Packages
WHEN IS THE GAME? The champions of the West and East divisions will face off at Mosaic Stadium on Nov. 20, 2022. The game begins at 5:30 p.m. local time (6:30 p.m. ET) and will be broadcast on TSN.
With the 109th Gray Cup and 2022 Gray Cup festivals just nine months away, the Saskatchewan Roughriders are excited to invite CFL fans from across the country to the province of Saskatchewan and ‘bring it to the heartland’.
Initial plans had called for a Festival that would culminate with a CFL championship game on Nov. 22, 2020 at Mosaic Stadium.
The official launch for that event was held Feb. 28, 2020 — less than two weeks before the formal declaration of a global pandemic that would ultimately cost the league an entire season, along with untold millions of dollars.
Gray Cup tickets range from $110 to $125 for a standing room ticket and from $199 to $475 for all other seats around the stadium.
Saskatchewan Roughriders season ticket holders will have early access to Gray Cup tickets. Ticket sales for the remaining eight teams will start from May 19, 2022.
Some 748 days later, lunchtime was launch time once again. On Thursday, the blueprint was unveiled for the 2022 Festival, to run from Nov. 15 to 20 in the Queen City.
It is the grand finale of the Canadian football season and the entire nation will be drawn to see which team earns bragging rights for the year.
The CFL season is always entertaining and the excitement peaks with the league’s biggest competition: The Gray Cup. The big sport promises to be a great time and we would really love to be your host at this Canadian event.
The official Gray Cup festival theme, Bring It to the Heartland, reflects Saskatchewan as the heartthrob of the CFL and Canada’s appreciation as a Canadian stronghold.