Grey Cup game in Regina sold out

The Argos celebrate their 100th Grey Cup victory before facing the Tiger-Cats during CFL action in...

The Argos celebrate their 100th Grey Cup victory before facing the Tiger-Cats during CFL action in Toronto, June 28, 2013. (Dave Abel/QMI Agency)

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, Last Updated: 8:34 PM ET

Procrastinating CFL fans are out of luck: The Grey Cup is officially sold out.

No tickets remain for the 101st edition of the Grey Cup, to be played in Regina Nov. 24, the league announced Wednesday.

Regina’s Mosaic Stadium, formerly known as Taylor Field and the site of the 83rd and 91st Grey Cups, has a capacity of nearly 33,000 for regular CFL games. About 20,000 seats are usually added for special events.

“The response from Saskatchewan Roughriders season ticket holders and CFL fans across the country has been amazing,” Saskatchewan Roughriders CEO Jim Hopson said.

Added CFL commissioner Mark Cohon: “The fact that the Grey Cup game has sold out months in advance in recent years is a testament to its importance to Canadians, the passion of our fans, and the strength of the modern Canadian Football League.”


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