Grey Cup History
Alex Singleton (49) of the Calgary Stampeders after winning the CFL 106th Grey Cup game at Commonwealth Stadium in Edmonton, AB, Sunday, November 25, 2018. (Photo: Johany Jutras / CFL)
The Calgary Stampeders have made it to the Grey Cup 15 times in their history and have eight championships to their credit.
Click below for more info on each of the Red and White’s titles.
1948 Grey Cup
The Red and White capped the only unbeaten season in league history by beating Ottawa in the Grey Cup game.
1971 Grey Cup
The Stamps won their first Grey Cup in 23 years by prevailing in a defensive battle with the Argos.
1998 Grey Cup
Mark McLoughlin’s field goal on the final play of the game was the difference as the Stamps downed the Ticats.
2001 Grey Cup
Calgary upset the heavily favoured Blue Bombers to claim the fifth title in franchise history.