109th Grey Cup

The 109th Grey Cup decided the Canadian Football League (CFL) championship for the 2022 season. The game was played on November 20, at Mosaic Stadium in Regina, Saskatchewan.[6] It marked the fourth Grey Cup game to be held in Regina, and the first to be held at the new Mosaic Stadium as opposed to Taylor Field.

109th Grey Cup
Toronto Argonauts Winnipeg Blue Bombers
(11–7) (15–3)
24 23
Head coach: 
Head coach: 
1234 Total
Toronto Argonauts 34710 24
Winnipeg Blue Bombers 01076 23
DateNovember 20, 2022
StadiumMosaic Stadium
LocationRegina, Saskatchewan
Most Valuable PlayerHénoc Muamba
Most Valuable CanadianHénoc Muamba
FavouriteBlue Bombers by 5+12
National anthemTeagan Littlechief
Coin tossRoseAnne Archibald
RefereeDave Foxcroft[1]
Halftime showJordan Davis, Tyler Hubbard and Josh Ross[2]
Attendance33,350
Broadcasters
Network
Announcers
Ratings3.1 million (average)
8.2 million (total)[5]

The game was played between the West Division champion Winnipeg Blue Bombers and the East Division champion Toronto Argonauts; the Argonauts won 24–23 and earned their league-leading 18th Grey Cup, preventing the Blue Bombers from becoming the first team to win three consecutive Grey Cups since 1980.


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