List of Hamilton Tiger-Cats head coaches

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The Hamilton Tiger-Cats are a professional Canadian football team based in Hamilton, Ontario, and are members of the East Division in the Canadian Football League (CFL).

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The Tiger-Cats were founded in 1950, with the merger of the Hamilton Tigers and the Hamilton Wildcats. Since the merger, the team has appeared in 21 Grey Cup finals and has won eight championships. The current Tiger-Cats head coach is Orlondo Steinauer.

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Head coaches

Note: Statistics are current through the end of the 2016 CFL season.

 #NameTerm [b]  GC W L T PTS Win% PGC PW PL PT PWin%Achievements [1]
Carl M. Voyles 19501955 764827197.64015690.400 41st Grey Cup championship
Jim Trimble 19561962 9860362122.625181080.556 1961 Annis Stukus Trophy winner
46th Grey Cup championship
Ralph Sazio 19631967 704920199.71015951.643 1964 Annis Stukus Trophy winner
51st Grey Cup championship
53rd Grey Cup championship
55th Grey Cup championship
Joe Restic 19681970 422217347.5644040.000
Al Dorow 1971 1477014.5003111.500
Jerry Williams 19721975 603029161.5084220.500 60th Grey Cup championship
George Dickson [2] 1976 20200.000
Bob Shaw 19761977 301317026.4332110.500 1976 Annis Stukus Trophy winner
Tom Dimitroff, Sr. [3] 1978 51313.250
John Payne 19781980 431824137.4294130.250
Frank Kush 1981 16114123.7331010.000
Bud Riley 19821983 281215125.4441010.000
Al Bruno 19831987 622931260.4839540.555 1986 Annis Stukus Trophy winner
74th Grey Cup championship
Ted Schmitz 1987 61502.1671010.000
Al Bruno 19881990 482523050.5214220.500
David Beckman 19901991 1421204.143
John Gregory 19911994 522131042.4044220.500
Don Sutherin 19941997 672047040.2982020.000
Urban Bowman 1997 1111102.091
Ron Lancaster 19982003 10851561103.4778530.625 1998 Annis Stukus Trophy winner
87th Grey Cup championship
Greg Marshall 20042006 401425129.3591010.000 2004 Annis Stukus Trophy winner
Ron Lancaster 2006 1441008.286
Charlie Taaffe 20072008 28523010.179
Marcel Bellefeuille 20082011 622735054.4354130.250
George Cortez 2012 18612012.333
Kent Austin 20132017 803644072.4508440.500
June Jones 20172018 281414028.5002110.500
Orlondo Steinauer 2019 18153030.8332110.500 2019 Annis Stukus Trophy winner

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