1948 Calgary Stampeders season

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1948 Calgary Stampeders season
Head coach Les Lear
Home fieldMewata Stadium
Results
Record12–0
Division place1st, W.I.F.U.
Playoff finishWon Grey Cup

The 1948 Calgary Stampeders finished in first place in the W.I.F.U. with a perfect 12–0 record, went 2–0–1 in the playoffs and won the Grey Cup.

Contents

To date, this is still the only undefeated season in the history of Canadian professional football.

Regular season

Season standings

Western Interprovincial Football Union
TeamGPWLTPFPAPts
Calgary Stampeders 1212002186124
Regina Roughriders 123901331376
Winnipeg Blue Bombers 12390812346

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Season schedule

#DateOpponentScoreResultRecord
1Aug 25vs. Regina Roughriders12–1Win1–0
2Aug 30vs. Winnipeg Blue Bombers30–0Win2–0
3Sept 3at Winnipeg Blue Bombers10–5Win3–0
4Sept 6at Regina Roughriders14–9Win4–0
5Sept 13vs. Winnipeg Blue Bombers18–0Win5–0
6Sept 25vs. Regina Roughriders13–12Win6–0
7Oct 2at Regina Roughriders12–11Win7–0
8Oct 4at Winnipeg Blue Bombers26–6Win8–0
9Oct 9vs. Winnipeg Blue Bombers35–3Win9–0
10Oct 16at Regina Roughriders8–7Win10–0
11Oct 18at Winnipeg Blue Bombers21–8Win11–0
12Oct 23vs. Regina Roughriders19–0Win12–0

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Playoffs

Finals

WIFU Finals – Game 1
Calgary Stampeders @ Regina Roughriders
DateAwayHome
November 6 Calgary Stampeders 4 Regina Roughriders 4
WIFU Finals – Game 2
Regina Roughriders @ Calgary Stampeders
DateAwayHome
November 11 Regina Roughriders 6 Calgary Stampeders 17

Grey Cup

November 27

36th Annual Grey Cup Game : Varsity StadiumToronto, Ontario

WIFU Champion IRFU Champion
Calgary Stampeders 12 Ottawa Rough Riders 7
The Calgary Stampeders are the 1948 Grey Cup Champions

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References

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