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CFL Fan Kit

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Get your very own Ultimate CFL Fan Set!

Remember this Canadian football milestone for years to come with these unique collectible items—offered in protective mounts and flocking—that celebrate the Cup, the players and the game itself.

The set includes:

  • a special pane of the nine commemorative stamps
  • a souvenir sheet featuring the eight CFL team logo stamps
  • a reproduction of the Grey Cup stamp struck in pure silver (unique to this set)
  • an interpretive replica of the Grey Cup, one of 8,000 numbered (height 185 mm)
  • a one-dollar circulation coin featuring the Grey Cup (specially treated for long-term storage)
  • Nine silver-edged collectible pins depicting the eight team logos plus one featuring the 100th Grey Cup commemorative logo
  • a 28-page information booklet describing the various bowls and/or games depicted on the stamps—written by the CFL (unique to this set)

  • This domestic-rate PERMANENT™ stamp commemorates the historic 100th Grey Cup game.

    The stamp depicts the sought-after trophy, as well as current and former players of opposite teams running alongside.

    This stamp was designed by Bensimon Byrne, the official advertising agency for the CFL and a specialist in the history of the teams.

  • This domestic-rate PERMANENT™, stamp commemorates one of these breathtaking CFL moments: the famous 1994 kick that enabled the Grey Cup to stay in Canada.

    In the foreground is Geroy Simon, 94th and 99th Grey Cup champion (2006 and 2011).

    This stamp was designed by Bensimon Byrne, the official advertising agency for the CFL and a specialist in the history of the teams.

    The BC Lions: 6-time Grey Cup winners

    • The BC Lions have been thrilling fans for 59 years, and the team has brought the Grey Cup home 6 times: in 1964, 1985, 1994, 2000, 2006 and 2011.
    • Thanks to the BC Lions and kicker Lui Passaglia, in 1994, the Cup remained on Canadian soil.
    • The team is home to legendary players like Lui Passaglia, By Bailey, Joe Kapp and Willie Fleming.
  • This domestic-rate PERMANENT™ stamp commemorates the team’s 5-year Grey Cup® dynasty between 1978 and 1982.

    The Edmonton powerhouse was anchored by the likes of the legendary Tom Wilkinson (in the foreground) and Warren Moon at quarterback and the stellar plays of Dan Kepley and Dave Fennell on defence.

    This stamp was designed by Bensimon Byrne, the official advertising agency for the CFL and a specialist in the history of the teams.

    The Edmonton Eskimos: A League powerhouse

    • The Edmonton Eskimos have won the League's Grey Cup championship 13 times, second overall only to the Toronto Argonauts.
    • The Edmonton Eskimos have been home to great players like Jackie “Spaghetti Legs” Parker, Normie Kwong, Rollie Miles, Johnny Bright, and Don Getty. Jackie Parker’s famous fumble recovery and subsequent 90-yard touchdown is still one of the most famous plays in Canadian sports history.
    • For this 2012 season, as one of the most successful and perennially competitive teams in the CFL, the team has its eyes on the historic 100th anniversary Grey Cup.
  • This domestic-rate PERMANENT™ stamp commemorates one of these great CFL moments: the year when countless Calgary fans descended on Toronto by train and created a festival atmosphere that has been associated with the game ever since.

    In the foreground is linebacker “Thumper” Wayne Harris, Grey Cup® champion of 1971, the game’s most valuable player.

    This stamp was designed by Bensimon Byrne, the official advertising agency for the CFL and a specialist in the history of the teams.

    The Calgary Stampeders: 12 appearances, 6 Grey Cup wins

    • The Calgary Stampeders have 6 Grey Cup wins, most recently against Montréal in 2008.
    • Calgary has had more than its share of great players, such as middle linebacker Wayne Harris, linebacker Alondra Johnson, running back Willie Burden and receiver Allen Pitts, among many others.
    • For their 55th CFL season, the Calgary Stampeders will gear up with their eyes on the historic 100th anniversary Grey Cup.
  • This domestic-rate PERMANENT™ stamp commemorates one of the greatest championship games of all time: the Hamilton Tiger-Cats against the Saskatchewan Roughriders for the 77th Grey Cup game.

    As the score was tied at 40 apiece with just seconds to go, Roughrider kicker Dave Ridgway rose to the occasion by making a 35-yard field goal to bring the Cup home to Saskatchewan.

    In the foreground is George Reed, Grey Cup champion of 1966.

    This stamp was designed by Bensimon Byrne, the official advertising agency for the CFL and a specialist in the history of the teams.

    Rider pride and the Saskatchewan Roughriders

    • The Saskatchewan Roughriders have won 3 Grey Cup championships over their 100-year history and have built one of the most passionate and loyal fan bases in the CFL.
    • In 1989, Dave Ridgway lifted the team to victory with “The Kick.” This famous game ending is known as one of the most exciting championship games of all time.
    • For this 2012 season, the team hopes to win the historic 100th anniversary Grey Cup.
  • This domestic-rate PERMANENT™ stamp commemorates the game remembered for what the fans didn’t see, because of the fog that had settled on the field.

    As play went on, visibility worsened for the fans and for the players. With just over 9 minutes left in the fourth quarter, the game was suspended with Winnipeg leading 28-27. The game continued the following afternoon with no further scoring, and Winnipeg claimed the Grey Cup.

    In the foreground is Ken Ploen, Grey Cup champion 1958, 1959, 1961 and 1962.

    This stamp was designed by Bensimon Byrne, the official advertising agency for the CFL and a specialist in the history of the teams.

    The Winnipeg Blue Bombers: 80 years of thrilling football history

    • The Winnipeg Blue Bombers have 10 Grey Cup wins, most recently in 1990 against the Edmonton Eskimos.
    • The Blue Bombers notably showed their strength during the 50th Grey Cup, remembered as the Fog Bowl of 1962. Facing adverse weather conditions, the team claimed the only Grey Cup game to be played over 2 days.
    • The Blue Bombers and their fan are looking forward to more memorable performances on the field for this historic 100th anniversary Grey Cup.
  • This domestic-rate PERMANENT™ stamp commemorates the game when the Hamilton Tiger-Cats became hometown heroes.

    During this 1972 Grey Cup, Hamilton’s 19-year-old kicker, Ian Sunter, kicked a 34-yard field goal as time expired, driving the Hamilton home crowd into a frenzy.

    In the foreground is Danny McManus, Grey Cup champion of 1999.

    This stamp was designed by Bensimon Byrne, the official advertising agency for the CFL and a specialist in the history of the teams.

    The Hamilton Tiger-Cats: Thrilling fans for more than 140 years

    • The Hamilton Tiger-Cats have 8 Grey Cup wins, most recently in 1999 against the Calgary Stampeders.
    • The club has won the Grey Cup 15 times as the Hamilton Alerts, the Tigers, the Flying Wildcats and, in 1953, for the first time as the Hamilton Tiger-Cats.
    • The Tiger-Cats are looking forward to give their enthusiastic fans more thrilling performances on the field for this historic 100th anniversary Grey Cup.
  • This domestic-rate PERMANENT™ stamp commemorates the 1950 Grey Cup® game, when the Toronto Argonauts took the trophy home despite severe weather conditions.

    In a torn-up, muddy and water-soaked mess, both teams struggled with the playing conditions but Toronto prevailed 13-0 in the last shutout in a Grey Cup game.

    In the foreground is Michael “Pinball” Clemons, Grey Cup champion of 1991, 1996, 1997 and 2004.

    This stamp was designed by Bensimon Byrne, the official advertising agency for the CFL and a specialist in the history of the teams.

    The Toronto Argonauts: 15 Grey Cup wins and a rich history

    • The Argonauts have won the Grey Cup championship a record 15 times, most recently in 2004 against the BC Lions.
    • Founded in 1873, the Argonauts are the oldest football club in North America and were pivotal in the early stages of development of Canadian style football.
    • The Toronto Argonauts are looking forward to repeating as champions for this historic 100th anniversary Grey Cup, and to give their fans thrilling football moments.
  • This domestic-rate PERMANENT™ stamp commemorates the 1977 Grey Cup® game, when the Montréal Alouettes took the trophy home despite adverse weather conditions.

    When the field turned into a sheet of ice, a few Alouettes were unfazed by the slick conditions. Montréal defensive back Tony Proudfoot had the brilliant idea of putting staples into the soles of his shoes for better traction and the team followed suit. Montréal went on to a lopsided 41-6 victory, thanks—in part—to a staple gun.

    In the foreground is Anthony Calvillo, Grey Cup champion of 2002, 2009 and 2010.

    This stamp was designed by Bensimon Byrne, the official advertising agency for the CFL and a specialist in the history of the teams.

    The Alouettes: Montréal’s strong football roots

    • Since 2000, the Alouettes have reached the championship game 8 times and won three Grey Cup titles, including 2 in a row in 2009 and 2010.
    • Formed in 1946, the Alouettes won their first Grey Cup title in 1949, after just 3 years of competition.
    • Over the years, the Montréal Alouettes has offered fans thrilling football moments, including the Ice Bowl of 1977. The team is looking forward to competing in this year’s historic 100th anniversary Grey Cup.