|2000 Calgary Stampeders season|
|Head coach||Wally Buono|
|Home field||McMahon Stadium|
|Division place||1st, West|
|Playoff finish||Lost West Final|
The 2000 Calgary Stampeders season was the 44th season for the team in the Canadian Football League and their 63rd overall. The Stampeders finished in 1st place in the West Division with a 12–5–1 record. They appeared in the West Final but they lost to the BC Lions.
|A||June 21||vs. Saskatchewan Roughriders||28–14||Win||1–0|
|B||June 27||at BC Lions||32–20||Win||2–0|
|1||July 5||vs. Edmonton Eskimos||44–22||Win||34,383||1–0||W1|
|2||July 14||at Winnipeg Blue Bombers||42–38||Win||24,571||2–0||W2|
|3||July 20||vs. BC Lions||35–2||Win||34,081||3–0||W3|
|4||July 28||at Saskatchewan Roughriders||52–52||Tie||25,061||3–0–1||T1|
|5||August 4||vs. Toronto Argonauts||37–17||Win||33,783||4–0–1||W1|
|6||August 10||at BC Lions||47–26||Win||20,103||5–0–1||W2|
|7||August 16||vs. Winnipeg Blue Bombers||37–16||Win||35,494||6–0–1||W3|
|8||August 25||at Montreal Alouettes||48–13||Loss||19,461||6–1–1||L1|
|9||September 4||vs. Edmonton Eskimos||30–18||Loss||35,967||6–2–1||L2|
|10||September 8||af Edmonton Eskimos||31–10||Loss||53,248||6–3–1||L3|
|11||September 16||vs. Hamilton Tiger-Cats||41–38||Win||35,187||7–3–1||W1|
|12||September 22||at Saskatchewan Roughriders||40–17||Win||27,141||8–3–1||W2|
|13||September 28||at Toronto Argonauts||31–14||Win||11,343||9–3–1||W3|
|14||October 6||vs. Saskatchewan Roughriders||28–18||Win||35,967||10–3–1||W4|
|15||October 15||at Edmonton Eskimos||33–30||Loss||34,318||10–4–1||L1|
|16||October 22||vs. BC Lions||45–38||Win||33,890||11–4–1||W1|
|17||October 29||vs. Montreal Alouettes||32–31||Win||45,010||12–4–1||W2|
|18||November 5||at Hamilton Tiger-Cats||24–22||Loss||20,795||12–5–1||L1|
|West Final||November 19||vs. BC Lions||37–23||Loss|
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