|2002 Calgary Stampeders season|
|Head coach||Wally Buono|
|Home field||McMahon Stadium|
|Division place||5th, West|
|Playoff finish||did not qualify|
The 2002 Calgary Stampeders season was the 45th season for the team in the Canadian Football League and their 64th overall. The Stampeders finished in 5th place in the West Division with a 6–12 record and failed to make the playoffs, marking the first time Wally Buono had missed the playoffs in his 13 years as head coach of the team.
|1||8||Jon Oosterhuis||DE||New Hampshire|
|3||27||Reid Seitz||WR||Northern Iowa|
|B||June 12||vs. BC Lions||24–8||Win||27,764||1–0|
|C||June 20||at Edmonton Eskimos||52–41||Loss||33,107||1–1|
|Winnipeg Blue Bombers||18||12||6||0||0||566||421||24|
|1||June 28||vs. Edmonton Eskimos||27–21||Loss||33,584||0–1|
|2||July 5||at Saskatchewan Roughriders||32–21||Loss||21,968||0–2|
|3||July 12||at Hamilton Tiger-Cats||34–31 (OT)||Loss||17,140||0–3|
|4||July 18||vs. Montreal Alouettes||37–20||Loss||32,018||0–4|
|5||July 25||vs. Saskatchewan Roughriders||26–21||Win||35,967||1–4|
|6||August 1||at BC Lions||23–15||Win||15,117||2–4|
|7||August 8||vs. Toronto Argonauts||31–11||Win||31,920||3–4|
|8||August 15||at Montreal Alouettes||38–23||Loss||20,002||3–5|
|9||August 23||at Winnipeg Blue Bombers||51–48 (OT)||Loss||27,876||3–6|
|10||Sept 2||vs. Edmonton Eskimos||28–20||Loss||35,967||3–7|
|11||Sept 6||at Edmonton Eskimos||45–11||Loss||61,481||3–8|
|12||Sept 14||vs. Ottawa Renegades||26–12||Loss||31,891||3–9|
|13||Sept 22||at Ottawa Renegades||26–22 (OT)||Win||23,136||4–9|
|15||Oct 4||vs. Hamilton Tiger-Cats||43–5||Win||30,575||5–9|
|16||Oct 11||at BC Lions||37–14||Loss||20,950||5–10|
|17||Oct 18||vs. Winnipeg Blue Bombers||35–20||Loss||30,776||5–11|
|18||Oct 27||vs. BC Lions||16–15||Win||31,698||6–11|
|19||Nov 3||at Toronto Argonauts||33–32||Loss||19,232||6–12|
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