The Grey Cup will stop by Terry Fox Field during the second half of Saturday's Simon Fraser University Clan football home opener.
The iconic trophy will be at the B.C. Lions game prior to heading up Burnaby Mountain, where it will be on hand as the Clan open their 2012 home schedule against the Central Washington Wildcats.
Fans in attendance will be able to have their picture taken with the cup before the trophy leaves on Sunday to embark on its cross-Canada journey, in celebration of the 100th Grey Cup game which will be played in Toronto in November.
On Saturday, the Clan will face off against a CWU team that will be hungry for revenge, after a thrilling fourth quarter comeback led to a Clan victory over the Wildcats in the final game of the 2011 season.
The Clan are coming off a victory in week one after defeating division III Pacific University in Forest Grove, Oregon. The Clan won that game convincingly, 51-14 as Bo Palmer and Lemar Durant each scored a pair of touchdowns.
Trey Wheeler had a strong start to his sophomore season as the Clan quarterback, completing 17 of 21 pass attempts.
Special teams were also a big part of the Clan victory in week one, as Bobby Pospischil returned a punt 84 yards for a touchdown.
Central Washington faced Texas A&M Kingsville in week one and fell to the Javelinas, who are ranked 24th in the NCAA, 35-7.
In that game, senior quarterback Ryan Robertson threw for 253 yards, and senior running back Demetrius Sumler ran for 93 yards on 17 carries.
Four Central Washington also gave up four turnovers against host Texas-Kingsville in the loss.
Kickoff on Saturday at Terry Fox Field is 2:00 p.m.
Tickets are available by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by going to the SFU ticket office, located outside the West Gym, one hour before game time.