The Hamilton Tigers won their second Grey Cup in three years in a win over the Toronto Rowing and Athletic Association. With the First World War raging in Europe, both teams donated their share of the gate receipts to patriotic funds.
|1915 in Canadian football|
|IRFU Champions||Hamilton Tigers|
|ORFU Champions|| Toronto Rowing |
and Athletic Association
|7th Grey Cup|
This was the final season of Canadian football until 1919 due to the First World War.
Note: GP = Games Played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, PF = Points For, PA = Points Against, Pts = Points
*Bold text means that they have clinched the playoffs
|Football Union||League Champion|
|WCRFU||Regina Rugby Club|
|CIRFU||No League Play|
|ORFU||Toronto Rowing and Athletic Association|
|MRFU||No League Champion|
|SRFU||Regina Rugby Club|
Note: All dates in 1915
|Quarter Finals||Semi Finals||Grey Cup Final|
|ORFU||Toronto Rowing Club||7|
|ORFU||Hamilton Rowing Club|
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