1947 Calgary Stampeders season

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1947 Calgary Stampeders season
Head coachUnknown
Home fieldMewata Stadium
Results
Record4–4
Division place2nd
Playoff finishLost W.I.F.U. Finals

The 1947 Calgary Stampeders finished in 2nd place in the W.I.F.U. with a 4–4 record. They were defeated in the W.I.F.U. Finals by the Winnipeg Blue Bombers.

Contents

Regular season

Season standings

Western Interprovincial Football Union
TeamGPWLTPFPAPts
Winnipeg Blue Bombers 8530838310
Calgary Stampeders 844079938
Regina Roughriders 835078646

[1]

Season schedule

#DateOpponentScoreResult
1Sept 8vs. Winnipeg Blue Bombers13–11Loss
2Sept 13vs. Regina Roughriders16–11Win
3Sept 27at Regina Roughriders12–7Loss
4Sept 29at Winnipeg Blue Bombers16–0Loss
5Oct 6vs. Regina Roughriders9–8Win
6Oct 11vs. Winnipeg Blue Bombers25–13Win
7Oct 25at Regina Roughriders6–5Win
8Oct 27at Winnipeg Blue Bombers15–5Loss

[2]

Playoffs

Finals

WIFU Finals – Game 1
Calgary Stampeders @ Winnipeg Blue Bombers
DateAwayHome
November 1 Calgary Stampeders 4 Winnipeg Blue Bombers 16
WIFU Finals – Game 2
Winnipeg Blue Bombers @ Calgary Stampeders
DateAwayHome
November 11 Winnipeg Blue Bombers 3 Calgary Stampeders 15
WIFU Finals – Game 3
Calgary Stampeders @ Winnipeg Blue Bombers
DateAwayHome
November 15 Calgary Stampeders 3 Winnipeg Blue Bombers 10

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References

  1. "CFL.ca". Archived from the original on 2009-08-14. Retrieved 2009-08-11.
  2. http://www.profootballarchives.com/1947wifucal.html