The Grey Cup
In 1909, Earl Grey, the Governor-General of Canada, donated a trophy for the Rugby Football Championship of Canada. The trophy, which subsequently became known as the Grey Cup, was originally open to competition only for teams that were registered with the Canada Rugby Union. Since 1954 only the teams of the CFL have challenged for the Grey Cup. Please note - a two game, total-points series took place in 1940, while the 1962 game was played over two days due to fog.
Montreal Alouettes will play the Western Division champion Saskatchewan Roughriders.
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