The Grey Cup game is heading to Manitoba's capital. 

For the fifth time in the history of the Canadian Football League (CFL), the 112th edition of the CFL's championship game will be played at IG Field in Winnipeg, home of the Blue Bombers.

In a press conference, Randy Ambrosie said he was elated to announce the return of the Grey Cup to his hometown. 

“I’m thrilled for the city, the entire province of Manitoba and, of course, for all of our incredible fans across the country," said Ambrosie. "Hosting the Grey Cup is a tremendous honour, and I was blown away by the Blue Bombers’ plans to engage the community and put on an unforgettable celebration of our great game. I can’t wait to see it all unfold.”

Winnipeg hosted its first Grey Cup in 1991 and then in 1998, 2006, and in 2015. Hamilton will host next season's big game while Vancouver hosts in November of 2024.