The Stanley Cup Is Older.
The Grey Cup is awarded to the championship game winners of the Canadian Football League. The Stanley Cup is the award that is given to the championship game winners of the National Hockey League.
The Grey Cup
Never. The Oilers are a hockey team and the Grey Cup is the championship trophy for professional Canadian Football.
The Ottawa Rough Riders won their first Grey Cup in 1940, defeating Toronto Balmy Beach, in the only two-game 'total points' Grey Cup Championship.
The Stanley Cup was donated in 1893, making it the oldest trophy in professional team sports. The Grey cup was donated in 1909.
The term is a proper noun, Grey Cup (The Canadian Football championship trophy).
The original Grey Cup was made in 1909. It's gotten a lot bigger since then with all the names on it and all. It has been awarded annually to the winner of the CFL championship game, except for 4 times between 1916 and 1919. The 100th Grey Cup game was held in 2012.
Championship Cup was created in 2002.
Roger Hagberg played college football at the University of Minnesota, then went to the Winnipeg Blue Bombers, playing for them in the 1962 Grey Cup. He was with the Oakland Raiders from 1965 to 1969, playing in the second World Championship game, against the Green Bay Packers, making Hagberg the first man to play in both a Grey Cup game and a Super Bowl.
Grey Cup was created in 1909.
Grey Cup happened in 1909.
World Cup for Skiing
Asian Cup Volleyball Championship was created in 2008.
The Grey Cup is traditionally played on the last Sunday in November.
The very first Grey Cup Game was played on December 4, 1909, at Rosedale Field in Toronto. The University of Toronto Varsity Blues became the first team to win the Grey Cup, defeating Parkdale Canoe Club by a score of 26-6. The University of Toronto Varsity Blues were also the second and third teams to win the Cup, winning it as well in 1910 and 1911. In 1910 they defeated the Hamilton Tigers at the AAA Grounds in Hamilton 16-7, and a year later beat their cross-town rivals, Toronto Argonauts, 14-7, in the first Grey Cup Game of many played at U of T's brand new Varsity Stadium. But the 1909 University of Toronto team is not the first whose name appears on the Cup. The Hamilton Alerts won the fourth Grey Cup championship game in 1912. They had also won the Canadian championship in 1908, the year before the Grey Cup was donated by Canada's Governor General. Each Cup-winning team was responsible for having its own name engraved on one of the small plaques attached to the Cup. The Alerts took the Cup to an engraver and not only got their name engraved on it as the 1912 winners, but also as the 1908 winners. (The Hamilton Alerts were one of the three teams that eventually merged to become today's Hamilton Tiger-Cats.)
Toronto Argonauts have 16 Grey Cup wins from their first in the 6th Grey Cup in 1914 to their win in the 100th Grey Cup in 2012. The team that has won the most grey cups in a row would be the Edmonton Eskimos who won 5 in a row between 1978-1982.
The game in 2012 was the 100th Grey Cup game.
Winnipeg hosted the Grey Cup in 2006.
World Ladies Championship Salonpas Cup was created in 1973.
Toronto Argonauts won their 16th Grey Cup in 2012.
Paul Hamm won the America's Cup in gymnastics in 2008. Hamm was the first American male to win the world all-round championship.
The grey cup.
It didn't. You must be thinking of the 1962 Grey Cup Game.