|2011 Calgary Stampeders season|
|Head coach||John Hufnagel|
|General manager||John Hufnagel|
|Home field||McMahon Stadium|
|Division place||3rd, West|
|Playoff finish||Lost West Semi-Final|
|Team MOP||Nik Lewis|
|Team MOC||Jon Cornish|
|Team MOR||Demetrice Morley|
The 2011 Calgary Stampeders season was the 54th season for the team in the Canadian Football League and their 73rd overall. The Stampeders finished in 3rd place in the West Division with an 11–7 record and lost the West Semi-Final game to the Edmonton Eskimos.
The 2011 CFL Draft took place on Sunday, May 8, 2011.The Stampeders had six selections in the draft, with the first coming in the third spot overall, after trading their sixth overall pick to the BC Lions. Through the trade, Calgary was able to select local star receiver Anthony Parker with their first pick, who was ranked as the number one receiver available in the draft. The Stampeders also selected Ottawa Quarterback Brad Sinopoli, who had been discussed as the best non-import QB to be available in a long time.
|4||26||Akwasi Antwi||DL||Mount Allison|
|A||Wed, June 15||vs. BC Lions||24–0||Loss||8,235||0–1|
|B||Fri, June 24||at Edmonton Eskimos||37–22||Win||32,796||1–1|
The September, 25 game against the Hamilton Tiger-Cats will be played in Moncton, New Brunswick as a part of the Touchdown Atlantic series.
|1||Fri, July 1||vs. Toronto Argonauts||23–21||Loss||27,428||0–1|
|2||Fri, July 8||at BC Lions||34–32||Win||22,738||1–1|
|3||Thur, July 14||at Winnipeg Blue Bombers||21–20||Win||27,890||2–1|
|4||Sat, July 23||vs. Edmonton Eskimos||24–19||Loss||29,910||2–2|
|5||Sat, July 30||at Saskatchewan Roughriders||22–18||Win||30,048||3–2|
|6||Sat, Aug 6||vs. Hamilton Tiger-Cats||32–20||Win||29,307||4–2|
|7||Fri, Aug 12||at Saskatchewan Roughriders||45–35||Win||30,048||5–2|
|9||Sat, Aug 27||vs. Montreal Alouettes||38–31||Win||30,386||6–2|
|10||Mon, Sept 5||vs. Edmonton Eskimos||35–7||Loss||35,650||6–3|
|11||Fri, Sept 9||at Edmonton Eskimos||30–20||Win||45,672||7–3|
|12||Sat, Sept 17||vs. BC Lions||32–19||Loss||29,929||7–4|
|13||Sun, Sept 25||at Hamilton Tiger-Cats||55–36||Loss||20,153||7–5|
|14||Sat, Oct 1||vs. Saskatchewan Roughriders||40–3||Win||33,469||8–5|
|15||Sat, Oct 8||at BC Lions||33–31||Loss||30,622||8–6|
|16||Fri, Oct 14||at Toronto Argonauts||31–29||Loss||18,720||8–7|
|17||Fri, Oct 21||vs. Saskatchewan Roughriders||25–13||Win||29,698||9–7|
|18||Sun, Oct 30||at Montreal Alouettes||32–27||Win||24,051||10–7|
|19||Sat, Nov 5||vs. Winnipeg Blue Bombers||30–24||Win||29,076||11–7|
|2011 Calgary Stampeders roster|
Italics indicate Import player
|2011 Calgary Stampeders staff|
Special Teams Coaches
Strength and Conditioning
|West Semi-Final||Nov 13||2:30 PM MST||at Edmonton Eskimos||33–19||Loss||30,183|
|November 13: |
|November 20: |
|November 27: 99th Grey Cup |
BC Place Stadium – Vancouver
|E3||Hamilton Tiger-Cats||52*||E1||Winnipeg Blue Bombers||19|
|E2||Montreal Alouettes||44||E1||Winnipeg Blue Bombers||23|
|W3||Calgary Stampeders||19||W1||BC Lions||40|
*-Team won in Overtime.
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