The Grey Cup is the name of the trophy awarded to the champions of the Canadian Football League (CFL), and is analogous to the Vince Lombardi trophy in the US National Football League. The Grey Cup was first awarded by Canada's Governor General in 1909.
Every current CFL team has won the Grey Cup. Teams that have won the Grey Cup in the last 60 years, but no longer play in the CFL, are the Baltimore Stallions* and Ottawa Rough Riders. No other teams have won the Grey Cup since the end of World War II. The Baltimore Stallions are the only team not based in Canada to have won the Grey Cup.
(*The Baltimore Stallions are now the Montréal Alouettes.)
The Grey Cup is important to fans and players of Canadian Football as winning it marks the best Canadian professional football team.
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The Grey Cup
The Grey Cup is awarded to the winning team of the Canadian Football League. On November 19th, 2006, the BC Lions defeated the Montreal Alouettes and won the 94th Grey Cup.
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The Grey Cup.
The term is a proper noun, Grey Cup (The Canadian Football championship trophy).
All the teams which have won the Grey Cup, with only one exception, have been Canadian teams, which is to say that they were based in Canadian cities, including the most recent team to win it.
The Winnipeg Blue Bombers are a team in the Canadian Football League. They are located in Winnipeg, Manitoba. They were the first team from Western Canada to win the Grey Cup.
Toronto Argonauts, with 16.