1964 Calgary Stampeders season

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1964 Calgary Stampeders season
Head coach Bobby Dobbs
Home field McMahon Stadium
Results
Record12–4
Division place2nd, West
Playoff finishLost Western Finals

The 1964 Calgary Stampeders finished in 2nd place in the Western Conference with a 12–4 record. They were defeated in the Western Finals by the BC Lions.

Contents

Regular season

Season standings

Western Football Conference
TeamGPWLTPFPAPts
BC Lions 16112332816825
Calgary Stampeders 16124035234924
Saskatchewan Roughriders 1697033028218
Edmonton Eskimos 1641202224588
Winnipeg Blue Bombers 1611412703973

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Season schedule

DateOpponentScoreResult
Saskatchewan Roughriders15–4Loss
Edmonton Eskimos52–15Win
BC Lions22–4Loss
Saskatchewan Roughriders14–13Win
Edmonton Eskimos39–6Win
Winnipeg Blue Bombers13–10Win
Winnipeg Blue Bombers25–8Win
Ottawa Rough Riders52–12Loss
Hamilton Tiger-Cats20–18Win
BC Lions12–7Loss
Toronto Argonauts30–25Win
Winnipeg Blue Bombers24–16Win
Montreal Alouettes23–7Win
Saskatchewan Roughriders42–0Win
Edmonton Eskimos17–16Win
BC Lions26–14Win

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Playoffs

Cenference Semi-Finals

Western Semi-Finals – Game 1
Calgary Stampeders @ Saskatchewan Roughriders
DateAwayHome
November 7 Calgary Stampeders 25 Saskatchewan Roughriders 34
Western Semi-Finals – Game 2
Saskatchewan Roughriders @ Calgary Stampeders
DateAwayHome
November 9 Saskatchewan Roughriders 6 Calgary Stampeders 51

Conference finals

Western-Finals – Game 1
BC Lions @ Calgary Stampeders
DateAwayHome
November 14 BC Lions 24 Calgary Stampeders 10
Western Finals – Game 2
Calgary Stampeders @ BC Lions
DateAwayHome
November 18 Calgary Stampeders 14 BC Lions 10
Western Finals – Game 3
Calgary Stampeders @ BC Lions
DateAwayHome
November 22 Calgary Stampeders 14 BC Lions 33

Awards and records

1964 CFL All-Stars

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