Fans in over 150 countries will be able to watch as a team is crowned the 104th Grey Cup Champions

TORONTO (November 26, 2016) - This Sunday's 104th Grey Cup presented by Shaw can be seen live beginning at 6:00 p.m. ET on TSN and RDS in Canada, ESPN2 in the United States, Pacific Rim and the Caribbean, on ESPN+ in Brazil, and on ESPN on BT Sport in the United Kingdom (UK) and Ireland. The game is also available via online stream outside ESPN markets in almost every major country, with the exception of China for $9.95.

Networks will also air the 30-minute pregame show – 104th Grey Cup presented by Shaw: Countdown to Kickoff – from 6-6:30 p.m. (ESPN3 will deliver the pregame show in the United States, Pacific Rim and the Caribbean).

Canada's largest single day sporting event, the Grey Cup, will also be streamed live on WatchESPN and the ESPN app in the United States, ESPN Play in Mexico, Central America, South America (excluding Brazil) and the Caribbean, WatchESPN in the Pacific Rim and Brazil, and BT Sport's digital broadband player in the UK and Ireland. Additionally, the Grey Cup will be available on tape delay in Brazil via ESPN+ (December 2 at 12:30 p.m. US ET) and in Australia and New Zealand on ESPN (November 30 at 5 a.m. US ET and December 1 at 11:30 a.m. US ET).

Live streaming and on-demand coverage of the 104th Grey Cup presented by Shaw is available in Canada to TSN subscribers via TSN GO. French-language live streaming and on-demand coverage of the big game is available to RDS subscribers via RDS GO.

The Grey Cup can also be heard in English across TSN’s 24-station Grey Cup Radio Network (see below for details). French-language radio coverage is available in French on 104.7 FM Outaouais.

SiriusXM's live Grey Cup game coverage can be heard in English on Canada Talks (channel 167) and in French on Influence Franco (channel 174). SiriusXM subscribers can listen to the broadcast on satellite, online and through the SiriusXM app. 

This Sunday, the Calgary Stampeders play the Ottawa REDBLACKS at BMO Field in Toronto with the Canadian Football League championship title and the iconic Grey Cup trophy at stake.

TSN's Grey Cup Sunday coverage starts at 1 p.m. ET and RDS's Grey Cup Sunday coverage begins at 5 p.m. ET.  

TSN Radio will produce live coverage of the Grey Cup that can be heard starting at 4 p.m. ET on the following Bell Media Radio family of stations, which combine to create the 24-station Grey Cup Radio Network:

British Columbia: TSN 1040 in Vancouver; CFAX 1070 in Victoria; AM 1150 in Kelowna; Radio NL in Kamloops; CJFW 103.1 FM in Terrace/Prince Rupert.

Alberta: TSN Radio 1260 in Edmonton; Corus Radio's QR77 in Calgary

Saskatchewan: CKRM 620 in Regina; GX 94 - 940 in Yorkton; Cruz FM 96.3 FM in Saskatoon; CKBI 900 AM Prince Albert, CJNB-1050 AM North Battleford; CJNS-102.3 FM in Meadow Lake

Manitoba: TSN Radio 1290 in Winnipeg

Ontario: TSN Radio 1050 in Toronto; 580 CFRA in Ottawa; AM 800 in Windsor; News/Talk 1290 AM in London; TSN 1150 in Hamilton; News/Talk 610 in St. Catherines; Extra Talk Sports-90.5 FM in Peterborough; Lake 88.1 Radio Perth/Lake County; 570 News in Kitchener.

Quebec: TSN Radio 690 in Montreal

Nova Scotia: News 95.7 FM in Halifax

Fans can also listen to the Grey Cup online at TSN.ca/Radio.

Paulo Senra

Director, Communications, Canadian Football League

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