List of Calgary Stampeders seasons

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This is a complete list of seasons competed by the Calgary Stampeders , a Canadian Football League team. The team was founded in 1945. Throughout their history, the Stampeders have won eight Grey Cups.

Grey Cup Championships † West Division Championships *Regular season Championships ^
League
season
Club
season
LeagueDivisionFinishWinsLossesTiesPlayoffs
Calgary Stampeders
1945 1945 WIFUNo season playWon W.I.F.U. Semi-Finals (Roughriders) 2-0 series
Lost W.I.F.U. Final (Blue Bombers) 9-6
1946 1946 WIFU1st^530Lost W.I.F.U. Finals (Blue Bombers) 1-1 series
1947 1947 WIFU2nd440Lost W.I.F.U. Finals (Blue Bombers) 1-2 series
1948 1948 WIFU†*1st^1200Won W.I.F.U. Finals (Roughriders) 1-0-1 series
Won Grey Cup (Rough Riders) 12-7
1949 1949 WIFU*1st^1310Won W.I.F.U. Finals (Roughriders) 1-1 series
Lost Grey Cup (Alouettes) 28-15
1950 1950 WIFU4th4100
1951 1951 WIFU4th4100
1952 1952 WIFU3rd790Lost W.I.F.U. Semi-Finals (Eskimos) 1-1 series
1953 1953 WIFU2nd3121
1954 1954 WIFU4th880
1955 1955 WIFU5th4120
1956 1956 WIFU5th4120
1957 1957 WIFU3rd6100Lost W.I.F.U. Semi-Finals (Blue Bombers) 0-1-1 series
1958 1958 CFL W.I.F.U.4th691
1959 1959 CFLW.I.F.U.4th880
1960 1960 CFLW.I.F.U.3rd682Lost West Semi-Finals (Eskimos) 0-2 series
1961 1961 CFLWest3rd790Won West Semi-Finals (Eskimos) 1-1 series
Lost West Finals (Blue Bombers) 0-2 series
1962 1962 CFLWest2nd961Won West Semi-Finals (Roughriders) 2-0 series
Lost West Finals (Blue Bombers) 1-2 series
1963 1963 CFLWest2nd1042Lost West Finals (Roughriders) 1-1 series
1964 1964 CFLWest2nd1240Won West Semi-Finals (Roughriders) 1-1 series
Lost West Finals (Lions) 1-2 series
1965 1965 CFLWest1st^1240Lost West Finals (Blue Bombers) 1-2 series
1966 1966 CFLWest4th691
1967 1967 CFLWest1st^1240Lost West Finals (Roughriders) 1-2 series
1968 1968 CFLWest*2nd1060Won West Semi-Final (Eskimos) 29-13
Won West Finals (Roughriders) 2-0 series
Lost Grey Cup (Rough Riders) 24-21
1969 1969 CFLWest2nd970Won West Semi-Final (Lions) 35-21
Lost West Finals (Roughriders) 0-2 series
1970 1970 CFLWest*3rd970Won West Semi-Final (Eskimos) 16-9
Won West Finals (Roughriders) 2-1 series
Lost Grey Cup (Alouettes) 23-10
1971 1971 CFL†West*1st^961Won West Finals (Roughriders) 2-0 series
Won Grey Cup (Argonauts) 14-11
1972 1972 CFLWest4th6100
1973 1973 CFLWest4th6100
1974 1974 CFLWest5th6100
1975 1975 CFLWest4th6100
1976 1976 CFLWest5th2122
1977 1977 CFLWest5th4120
1978 1978 CFLWest2nd943Won West Semi-Final (Blue Bombers) 38-4
Lost West Final (Eskimos) 26-13
1979 1979 CFLWest2nd1240Won West Semi-Final (Lions) 37-2
Lost West Finals (Eskimos) 19-7
1980 1980 CFLWest3rd970Lost West Semi-Final (Blue Bombers) 32-14
1981 1981 CFLWest5th6100
1982 1982 CFLWest3rd961Lost West Semi-Final (Blue Bombers) 24-3
1983 1983 CFLWest4th880
1984 1984 CFLWest5th6100
1985 1985 CFLWest5th3130
1986 1986 CFLWest4th1170Lost West Semi-Final (Eskimos) 27-18
1987 1987 CFLWest3rd1080Lost West Semi-Final (Eskimos) 30-16
1988 1988 CFLWest4th6120
1989 1989 CFLWest2nd1080Lost West Semi-Final (Roughriders) 33-26
1990 1990 CFLWest1st^1161Lost West Final (Eskimos) 43-23
1991 1991 CFLWest*2nd1170Won West Semi-Final (Lions) 43-41
Won West Final (Eskimos) 38-36
Lost Grey Cup (Argonauts) 36-21
1992 1992 CFL†West*1st^1350Won West Final (Eskimos) 23-22
Won Grey Cup (Blue Bombers) 24-10
1993 1993 CFLWest1st^1530Won West Semi-Final (Lions) 17-9
Lost West Final (Eskimos) 29-15
1994 1994 CFLWest1st^1530Won West Semi-Final (Roughriders) 36-3
Lost West Final (Lions) 37-36
1995 1995 CFLNorth*1st^1530Won North Semi-Final (Tiger-Cats) 31-13
Won North Final (Eskimos) 37-4
Lost Grey Cup (Stallions) 37-20
1996 1996 CFLWest1st^1350Lost West Final (Eskimos) 15-12
1997 1997 CFLWest2nd1080Lost West Semi-Final (Roughriders) 33-30
1998 1998 CFL†West*1st^1260Won West Final (Eskimos) 33-10
Won Grey Cup (Tiger-Cats) 26-24
1999 1999 CFLWest*2nd1260Won West Semi-Final (Eskimos) 30-17
Won West Final (Lions) 26-24
Lost Grey Cup (Tiger-Cats) 32-21
2000 2000 CFLWest1st^1251Lost West Final (Lions) 37-23
2001 2001 CFL†West*2nd8100Won West Semi-Final (Lions) 28-19
Won West Final (Eskimos) 34-16
Won Grey Cup (Blue Bombers) 27-19
2002 2002 CFLWest5th6120
2003 2003 CFLWest5th5130
2004 2004 CFLWest5th4140
2005 2005 CFLWest2nd1170Lost West Semi-Final (Eskimos) 33-26
2006 2006 CFLWest2nd1080Lost West Semi-Final (Roughriders) 30-21
2007 2007 CFLWest3rd7101Lost West Semi-Final (Roughriders) 26-24
2008 2008 CFL†West*1st^1350Won West Final (Lions) 22-18
Won Grey Cup (Alouettes) 22-14
2009 2009 CFLWest2nd1071Won West Semi-Final (Eskimos) 24-21
Lost West Final (Roughriders) 27-17
2010 2010 CFLWest1st^1350Lost West Final (Roughriders) 20-16
2011 2011 CFLWest3rd1170Lost West Semi-Final (Eskimos) 33-19
2012 2012 CFLWest*2nd1260Won West Semi-Final (Roughriders) 36-30
Won West Final (Lions) 34-29
Lost Grey Cup (Argonauts) 35-22
2013 2013 CFLWest1st^1440Lost West Final (Roughriders) 35-13
2014 2014 CFL†West*1st^1530Won West Final (Eskimos) 43-18
Won Grey Cup (Tiger-Cats) 20-16
2015 2015 CFLWest2nd1440Won West Semi-Final (Lions) 35-9
Lost West Final (Eskimos) 45-31
2016 2016 CFLWest*1st^1521Won West Final (Lions) 42-15
Lost Grey Cup (Redblacks) 39-33
2017 2017 CFLWest*1st^1341Won West Final (Eskimos) 32-28
Lost Grey Cup (Argonauts) 27-24
2018 2018 CFL†West*1st^1350Won West Final (Blue Bombers) 22-14
Won Grey Cup (Redblacks) 27-16
2019 2019 CFLWest2nd1260Lost West Semi-Final (Blue Bombers) 35-14
2020 2020 CFLWestSeason cancelled due to COVID 19 pandemic
Regular Season Totals (1945–2020)67353221
Playoff Totals (1945–2020)48472
Grey Cup Totals (1945–2020)89

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