|2013 Calgary Stampeders season|
|Head coach||John Hufnagel|
|General manager||John Hufnagel|
|Home field||McMahon Stadium|
|Division place||1st, West|
|Playoff finish||Lost West Final|
|Team MOP||Jon Cornish|
|Team MOC||Jon Cornish|
|Team MOR||Brett Jones|
The 2013 Calgary Stampeders season was the 56th season for the team in the Canadian Football League and their 79th overall. The Stampeders attempted to win their 7th Grey Cup championship, but fell in the West Final to the eventual champion Saskatchewan Roughriders.
The 2013 CFL Draft took place on May 6, 2013. The Stampeders had seven selections in the seven-round draft, with an additional pick in the second round.
|3||25||Yannick Morin Plante||WR||Laval|
|A||Fri, June 14||vs. BC Lions||29–27||Loss||26,328||0–1|
|B||Thurs, June 20||at Saskatchewan Roughriders||24–23||Win||32,003||1–1|
|1||Fri, June 28||vs. BC Lions||44–32||Win||26,625||1–0||TSN/RDS2/ESPN3|
|2||Fri, July 5||at Saskatchewan Roughriders||36–21||Loss||35,296||1–1||TSN/RDS2/ESPN3|
|3||Fri, July 12||at Montreal Alouettes||22–14||Win||23,184||2–1||TSN/RDS/ESPN3|
|4||Sat, July 20||vs. Montreal Alouettes||38–27||Win||27,378||3–1||TSN/RDS/ESPN2|
|5||Fri, July 26||at Winnipeg Blue Bombers||37–24||Win||31,567||4–1||TSN/RDS2/ESPN3|
|7||Fri, Aug 9||vs. Saskatchewan Roughriders||42–27||Win||35,637||5–1||TSN/RDS2/NBCSN|
|8||Sat, Aug 17||at BC Lions||26–22||Loss||29,201||5–2||TSN/RDS2/ESPN3|
|9||Fri, Aug 23||at Toronto Argonauts||35–14||Win||21,157||6–2||TSN/RDS2/ESPN3|
|10||Mon, Sept 2||vs. Edmonton Eskimos||37–34||Win||32,217||7–2||TSN/NBCSN|
|11||Fri, Sept 6||at Edmonton Eskimos||22–12||Win||33,654||8–2||TSN/RDS2/NBCSN|
|12||Fri, Sept 13||vs. Hamilton Tiger-Cats||26–22||Win||26,649||9–2||TSN/RDS2/ESPN3|
|13||Sat, Sept 21||vs. Toronto Argonauts||33–27||Loss||28,781||9–3||TSN/RDS2/ESPN3|
|14||Sat, Sept 28||at Hamilton Tiger-Cats||35–11||Win||13,248||10–3||TSN/ESPN3|
|15||Sat, Oct 5||vs. Winnipeg Blue Bombers||38–11||Win||26,293||11–3||TSN/ESPN3|
|16||Fri, Oct 11||vs. BC Lions||40–26||Win||26,115||12–3||TSN/ESPN3|
|17||Fri, Oct 18||at Edmonton Eskimos||27–13||Win||27,633||13–3||TSN/NBCSN|
|18||Sat, Oct 26||vs. Saskatchewan Roughriders||29–25||Win||33,671||14–3||TSN/ESPN3|
|19||Fri, Nov 1||at BC Lions||26–7||Loss||27,228||14–4||TSN/RDS2/ESPN3|
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|21||West Final||Nov 17||2:30 PM MST||vs. Saskatchewan Roughriders||35–13||Loss||33,174|
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