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The Stampeders were founded in 1935 (as the Calgary Bronks), although the team was inactive from 1941 to 1944.

The 1935 Calgary Bronks season was the first in franchise history where the team finished in 1st place in the Alberta Rugby Football Union with a 2–0 division record. The Bronks played in the Western Title game, but lost to the eventual Grey Cup champion, the Winnipegs.

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Note: Statistics are current through the end of the 2019 CFL season.

The 2019 Canadian Football League season is the 66th season of modern Canadian professional football. Officially, it is the 62nd season of the league. Calgary is scheduled to host the 107th Grey Cup on November 24, 2019. The regular season began on June 13, 2019 and will be played over the course of 21 weeks, concluding on November 2, 2019.

 #NameTerm [b]  GC W L T PTS Win% PGC PW PL PT PWin%Achievements [3] [2]
1 Carl Cronin 19351938 241410028.5837250.286
2 Dick Haughian 1939 114708.3643210.667
3 Larry Haynes 1940 84408.5002020.000
4 Dean Griffing 19451947 1697018.5628440.500
5 Les Lear 19481952 704030080.5718431.571 32nd Grey Cup championship
6 Bob Snyder 1953 1631216.200
7 Larry Siemering 1954 1688016.500
8 Jack Hennemier 19551956 25619012.240
9 Otis Douglas 19571960 512029242.4122011.000
10 Jim Finks 1960 10100.000
11 Steve Owen 1960 1265113.5422020.000
12 Bobby Dobbs 19611964 643823379.62216790.437
13 Jerry Williams 19651968 644023181.63410550.500 1967 Annis Stukus Trophy winner
14 Jim Duncan 19691973 773838177.50011740.636 59th Grey Cup championship
15 Jim Wood 19731975 291019020.344
16 Bob Baker 19751976 1631217.200
17 Joe Tiller 1976 62314.400
18 Jack Gotta 19771979 482520353.5554220.500 1978 Annis Stukus Trophy winner
19 Ardell Wiegandt 19801981 281414028.5001010.000
Jerry Williams 1981 41302.250
Jack Gotta 19821983 321714135.5311010.000
20 Steve Buratto 19841985 21615012.285
21 Bud Riley 1985 113806.272
22 Bob Vespaziani 19861987 261313026.5001010.000
23 Lary Kuharich 19871989 462422048.5212020.000
24 Wally Buono 19902002 234153792306.659241590.625 1992 Annis Stukus Trophy winner
1993 Annis Stukus Trophy winner
80th Grey Cup championship
86th Grey Cup championship
89th Grey Cup championship
25 Jim Barker 2003 18513010.277
26 Matt Dunigan 2004 1841408.222
27 Tom Higgins 20052007 542825153.5283030.000 2005 Annis Stukus Trophy winner
28 John Hufnagel 20082015 144102411205.71214860.571 2008 Annis Stukus Trophy winner
96th Grey Cup championship
102nd Grey Cup championship
29 Dave Dickenson 2016–Present7253172108.7507430.571 2016 Annis Stukus Trophy winner
106th Grey Cup championship

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References

  1. http://cfhof.ca/hof-builders/
  2. 1 2 3 http://www.stampeders.com/history/more/coaches/
  3. "Coach of the Year". Canadian Football League. Archived from the original on July 25, 2009. Retrieved April 1, 2011.