Odds to Win 107 Grey Cup Trophy
The Canadian Football League has voted and awarded the next two Grey Cup honors to the Saskatchewan Roughriders, the City of Regina and the Province of Saskatchewan for 2020. The 2021 CFL championship contest has been handed to the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, the City of Hamilton and the Province of Ontario for 2021.
The Canadian Football League’s official website stated that “the new Grey Cup bidding system requires interested CFL teams and their partners to present their plans to the league’s Grey Cup Committee with the final choice resting with its Board of Governors. This is believed to be the first time in history that the league has awarded two Grey Cups at the same time.”
The Saskatchewan franchise last hosted the Grey Cup in 2013, with the Riders capturing the most prized trophy in Canadian sport on home turf in what is considered one of the epic games ever for Rider Nation.
“The 2021 Grey Cup will be a time to celebrate all that the Tiger-Cats and Canadian football mean to Tigertown,” said Bob Young, Caretaker of the Tiger-Cats since 2003. “But it’s also an opportunity for us to work with the City of Hamilton to showcase this community’s amazing growth and renaissance,” the CFL website announced.
Hamilton was host of the Grey Cup in 1996, the team’s last time hosting the championship event. The contest saw the Toronto Argonauts earn the Cup crown in what has been titled the ‘Snow Bowl”.
Past Grey Cup Champions
90th / Montreal Alouettes
91st / Edmonton Eskimos
92nd / Toronto Argonauts
93rd / Edmonton Eskimos
94th / BC Lions
95th / Saskatchewan Roughriders
96th / Calgary Stampeders
97th / Montreal Alouettes
98th / Montreal Alouettes
99th / BC Lions
100th / Toronto Argonauts
101st / Saskatchewan Roughriders
102nd / Calgary Stampeders
103rd / Edmonton Eskimos
104th / Ottawa Redblacks
105th / Toronto Argonauts
106th / Calgary Stampeders