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REGINA – This Sunday’s 101st Grey Cup championship game can be seen live at 6 pm ET on TSN and RDS in Canada and on the NBC Sports Network in the United States, the Canadian Football League said today.

Canada’s largest single day sporting event can also be heard in English on TSN Radio and Sirius XM Channel 167across Canada and in French on Radio Canada in Ontario and points west to BC.

The Hamilton Tiger-Cats face the Saskatchewan Roughriders with the championship of the Canadian Football League at stake.

TSN’s exclusive English-language Canadian television coverage begins Grey Cup Sunday at 1 pm ET with the network’s five hour pre-game show. French language television coverage airs exclusively on RDS beginning at 5pm ET.

CFL fans in the U.S. can catch the historic game live from Mosaic Stadium in Regina, Saskatchewan at 6 pm ET on NBC Sports Network.

TSN’s coverage will also be available to Canadian Forces members overseas via the Canadian Forces Radio and Television.
 
Each year the Grey Cup ranks as one of the most watched events in Canada. Last year’s historic 100th Grey Cup was the most watched CFL championship game ever recorded on English language television with 5.4 million viewers.

TSN Radio’s live coverage can be heard starting at 4 pm ET on the following TSN Radio and Bell Media Radio family of stations: TSN Radio 1050 in Toronto; TSN Radio 690 in Montreal; TSN Radio 1290 in Winnipeg; TSN Radio 1260 in Edmonton; 580 CFRA in Ottawa, sister station to TSN Radio 1200 in Ottawa; Team 1040 in Vancouver, AM 800 CKLW in Windsor; CFAX1070 in Victoria, AM 1150 in Kelowna, Radio NL  (610 AM) in Kamloops, and on Corus Radio’s AM 770 CHQR in Calgary.

Sirius XM’s live Grey Cup coverage can be heard on Channel 167 (Canada Talks).