|1962 Winnipeg Blue Bombers season|
|Head coach||Bud Grant|
|Home field||Winnipeg Stadium|
|Division place||1st, West|
|Playoff finish||Won Grey Cup|
The 1962 Winnipeg Blue Bombers finished in 1st place in the Western Conference with an 11–5 record. In a rematch of the previous season's Grey Cup Final, the Blue Bombers defeated the Hamilton Tiger-Cats to win the 50th Grey Cup. The win cemented the Bombers' status as a dynasty, having won four Grey Cups in five years.
|A||July 23||vs. Ottawa Rough Riders||15–14||Win||1–0|
|B||July 26||at Montreal Alouettes||53–0||Loss||1–1|
|C||Aug 1||at Toronto Argonauts||17–14||Win||2–1|
|Winnipeg Blue Bombers||16||11||5||0||385||291||22|
|1||Aug 9||vs. Edmonton Eskimos||20–16||Loss||0–1|
|2||Aug 13||at Calgary Stampeders||45–27||Win||1–1|
|3||Aug 23||at Toronto Argonauts||33–13||Win||2–1|
|4||Aug 30||vs. Calgary Stampeders||26–1||Win||3–1|
|5||Sept 3||at Saskatchewan Roughriders||30–7||Win||4–1|
|5||Sept 7||at Ottawa Rough Riders||31–28||Win||5–1|
|6||Sept 10||at Hamilton Tiger-Cats||16–10||Win||6–1|
|7||Sept 17||vs. Saskatchewan Roughriders||20–18||Win||7–1|
|8||Sept 24||at BC Lions||27–22||Loss||7–2|
|8||Sept 27||vs. Montreal Alouettes||31–23||Win||8–2|
|9||Oct 6||vs. BC Lions||18–6||Loss||8–3|
|10||Oct 13||vs. Calgary Stampeders||19–15||Loss||8–4|
|11||Oct 20||at Edmonton Eskimos||30–20||Win||9–4|
|12||Oct 22||at Saskatchewan Roughriders||17–8||Win||10–4|
|12||Oct 27||at BC Lions||35–24||Win||11–4|
|13||Nov 3||vs. Edmonton Eskimos||18–12||Loss||11–5|
|West Final #1||Nov 17||at Calgary Stampeders||20–14||Loss|
|West Final #2||Nov 21||vs. Calgary Stampeders||19–11||Win|
|West Final #3||Nov 24||vs. Calgary Stampeders||12–7||Win|
|46th Grey Cup||Dec 1||Hamilton Tiger-Cats||28–27||Win|
|Winnipeg Blue Bombers||7||7||7||7||28|
The Winnipeg Blue Bombers are a professional Canadian football team based in Winnipeg, Manitoba. They are currently members of the West Division of the Canadian Football League (CFL). They play their home games at IG Field after many years of playing at the since demolished Canad Inns Stadium.
The 89th Grey Cup was held in 2001 in Montreal. The Calgary Stampeders claimed their fifth championship in team history with a 27–19 win over the East Division champions and heavily favoured Winnipeg Blue Bombers.
The 2001 Canadian Football League season is considered to be the 48th season in modern-day Canadian football, although it is officially the 44th Canadian Football League season.
The 2000 Canadian Football League season is considered to be the 47th season in modern-day Canadian football, although it is officially the 43rd Canadian Football League season.
The Winnipeg Blue Bombers were once again permitted to challenge for the Grey Cup following a rule dispute a year earlier. In a meeting of the previous two Grey Cup champions, the Blue Bombers prevailed, sending the coveted mug west for the third time.
The Toronto Argonauts faced the Edmonton Eskimos in the Grey Cup. Although the Argos would hold on to win the game and their 10th Grey Cup championship, an Argo would not sip from the silver mug again until 1983.
The Hamilton Tiger-Cats defeated the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in the annual Grey Cup in 1953.
The Hamilton Tiger-Cats defeat the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in the Grey Cup.
Herbert "Herb" William Gray was an All-American from the University of Texas who played for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in the Canadian Football League (CFL) from 1956 to 1965.
Kenneth "Ken" Ploen [PLAYN], is a former star quarterback in American college football and for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers of the Canadian Football League (CFL).
The Hugo Ross Trophy was named after a Winnipeg real estate broker, Hugo Ross, who donated the championship trophy to the Western Canada Rugby Football Union (WCRFU). Hugo Ross died a year earlier in April 1912, as he was one of many who drowned in the sinking of RMS Titanic.
The 72nd Grey Cup was the 1984 Canadian Football League championship game, played at Commonwealth Stadium in Edmonton between the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. The Blue Bombers dominated the Tiger-Cats in a 47–17 victory.
The 81st Grey Cup was the 1993 Canadian Football League championship game played between the Edmonton Eskimos and the Winnipeg Blue Bombers at McMahon Stadium in Calgary, Alberta. The Eskimos defeated the Blue Bombers 33–23 to win the Grey Cup.
Stan Mikawos is a former Canadian football player. A native of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Mikawos played college football at North Dakota. He played professional football in the Canadian Football League as a defensive tackle for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers from 1982 to 1996. During his time with the Blue Bombers, the team won three Grey Cup championships in 1984, 1988 and 1990. In the 1984 Grey Cup game, Mikawos recovered a fumble and ran 22 yards for a touchdown to give the Bombers a 24-17 lead. He was inducted into the Winnipeg Football Club Hall of Fame in 2000. Mikawos currently resides in Los Cabos, Mexico, where he sells timeshares.
Tom Burgess is a former all-star quarterback in the Canadian Football League (CFL).
James S. Van Pelt is a former American and Canadian Football player. He played at the quarterback position for the University of Michigan from 1955 to 1957. He played for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in the Canadian Football League in 1958 and 1959. He led the Blue Bombers to consecutive Grey Cup championships and set league records with seven touchdown passes in a game, a 107-yard touchdown pass, and 22 points scored in the 1958 Grey Cup championship game. His professional football career ended in 1960 when he was drafted into the United States Air Force for a three-year term of service.
The 99th Grey Cup was a Canadian football game between the East Division champion Winnipeg Blue Bombers and the West Division champion BC Lions to decide the champion of the Canadian Football League in the 2011 season. The Lions defeated the Blue Bombers 34–23 and became the first team in CFL history to win the Grey Cup after starting the season with five straight losses. They also became the first team to win the championship game at home since the 1994 Lions did it in the 82nd Grey Cup, and were only the fourth team in the modern era to do so. This, a rematch of the 76th Grey Cup, was the second time that these two teams met for the championship.
The 107th Grey Cup decided the champion of the 2019 season in the Canadian Football League (CFL). The match was played on November 24, 2019 between the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and the Hamilton Tiger-Cats at McMahon Stadium in Calgary, Alberta. The Winnipeg defeated Hamilton, 33–12. This was the Blue Bombers' first Grey Cup victory since 1990, ending one of the longest championship droughts in CFL history.
The 2019 Winnipeg Blue Bombers season was the 62nd season for the team in the Canadian Football League (CFL) and their 87th season overall. This was the sixth season under head coach Mike O'Shea and the sixth full season under general manager Kyle Walters. The Blue Bombers qualified for the playoffs for the fourth consecutive season on September 21, 2019 following an Ottawa Redblacks loss. The club later would go on to win their 11th Grey Cup championship and their first since the 1990 Grey Cup championship game, ending what was the longest active Grey Cup drought.
The 2020 Winnipeg Blue Bombers season will be the 63rd season for the team in the Canadian Football League (CFL) and their 88th season overall. The Blue Bombers will enter the season as the defending Grey Cup champions for the first time in 29 years, having ended the franchise's lengthy drought with last year's championship win in the 107th Grey Cup game. The team will attempt to qualify for the playoffs for the fifth consecutive season and win their 12th Grey Cup championship.