|1986 Winnipeg Blue Bombers season|
|Head coach||Cal Murphy|
|Home field||Winnipeg Stadium|
|Division place||3rd, West|
|Playoff finish||Lost West Semi-Final|
The 1986 Winnipeg Blue Bombers finished in 3rd place in the West Division with an 11–7 record. They played in the West Semi-Final but lost to the BC Lions.
|A||June 7||vs. Montreal Alouettes †||35–10||Win||1–0|
|B||June 9||vs. Edmonton Eskimos||22–7||Win||2–0|
|C||June 13||at Calgary Stampeders||17–15||Win||3–0|
|D||June 21||at BC Lions||28–18||Win||4–0|
† June 7, 1986, game against Montreal was played at Canada Games Stadium in Saint John, New Brunswick.
|Winnipeg Blue Bombers||18||11||7||0||545||387||22|
|1||June 26||at BC Lions||28–17||Loss||0–1|
|2||July 5||vs. Saskatchewan Roughriders||56–0||Win||1–1|
|3||July 12||at Hamilton Tiger-Cats||28–11||Loss||1–2|
|4||July 24||vs. Calgary Stampeders||25–20||Win||2–2|
|5||Aug 1||at Montreal Alouettes||37–10||Win||3–2|
|6||Aug 7||vs. Hamilton Tiger-Cats||36–30||Win||4–2|
|7||Aug 15||at Edmonton Eskimos||33–5||Loss||4–3|
|8||Aug 22||vs. Ottawa Rough Riders||46–14||Win||5–3|
|9||Aug 31||at Saskatchewan Roughriders||34–30||Loss||5–4|
|10||Sept 5||vs. Saskatchewan Roughriders||38–14||Win||6–4|
|11||Sept 11||at Calgary Stampeders||38–27||Loss||6–5|
|12||Sept 18||vs. Montreal Alouettes||39–14||Win||7–5|
|13||Sept 28||at Toronto Argonauts||26–16||Win||8–5|
|14||Oct 5||vs. Toronto Argonauts||48–20||Win||9–5|
|15||Oct 13||at Ottawa Rough Riders||18–16||Win||10–5|
|16||Oct 25||vs. Edmonton Eskimos||42–20||Win||11–5|
|17||Nov 2||vs. BC Lions||26–20||Loss||11–6|
|18||Nov 8||at BC Lions||36–24||Loss||11–7|
|Winnipeg Blue Bombers||0||0||0||14||14|
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