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The Grey Cup is the championship game of the Canadian Football League. The trophy, The Grey Cup, (in French: La Coupe Grey) was donated in 1909 by the Governor General of Canada, Earl Grey, to recognize the top amateur rugby football team in Canada. Canadian football has evolved from rugby football. The Canadian Football League was founded in 1958. Until 1954 amateur teams competed for the Grey Cup. Since 1965 the top amateur rugby teams compete for the Vanier Cup. Like hockey’s Stanley Cup, the Grey Cup is one trophy used year after year and contains all the names of the winning players, coaches and management staff from each year.

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Baltimore Stallions
   won the Grey Cup in   
1995
Baltimore Stallions defeated Calgary Stampeders 37-20 at Taylor Field in Regina, Saskatchewan November 19, 1995. Chris Wright set a Grey Cup record with an 82 yard punt return for a touchdown for Baltimore. Carlos Huerta set a Grey Cup record with a 53 yard field goal for Baltimore. Baltimore is the only American based CFL team to ever win the Grey Cup.
BC Lions
   won the Grey Cup in   
1964
BC Lions defeated Hamilton Tiger-Cats 34-24 at CNE Stadium in Toronto, Ontario on November 28, 1964. BC player Bill Munsey scored two touchdowns in the third quarter, one on offence and another on defence. Munsey took a handoff from future Minnesota Vikings quarterback Joe Kapp and ran 18 yards for a touchdown for BC. Later in that same quarter Munsey recovered a fumbled lateral on defence and ran 71 yards for his other touchdown.
BC Lions
   won the Grey Cup in   
1985
BC Lions defeated Hamilton Tiger-Cats 37-24 at Olympic Stadium in Montreal, Quebec on November 24, 1985. first Grey Cup championship for the BC Lions. Their entire 1985 team was inducted into the BC Sports Hall of Fame in 2000.
BC Lions
   won the Grey Cup in   
1994
BC Lions defeated Baltimore Stallions 26-23 at BC Place Stadium in Vancouver, British Columbia on November 27, 1994. The first Canada vs The United States Grey Cup and the first professional football championship ever between Canada and The United States.
BC Lions
   won the Grey Cup in   
2000
BC Lions defeated Montreal Alouettes 28-26 at McMahon Stadium in Calgary, Alberta on November 26, 2000. BC with an 8-10 regular season record became the first team with a losing regular season record to win the Grey Cup
BC Lions
   won the Grey Cup in   
2006
BC Lions defeated Montreal Alouettes 25-14 at Canad Inns Stadium (formerly Winnipeg Stadium) in Winnipeg, Manitoba on November 19, 2006. Instant replay was used for the first time in the Grey Cup.
BC Lions
   won the Grey Cup in   
2011
BC lions defeated the Winnipeg Blue Bombers 34-23 at BC Place Stadium in Vancouver British Columbia on November 27, 2010. BC Lions became the first team in CFL history to win the Grey Cup after starting the regular season with five straight losses.
Calgary Stampeders
   won the Grey Cup in   
1948
Calgary Stampeders defeated Ottawa Rough Riders 12-7 at Varsity Stadium in Toronto, Ontario on November 27, 1948. future actor Woody Strode played for Calgary and recovered a fumble of a lateral by Ottawa's quarterback Pete Karpuk. Norm Hill scored on a sleeper play called the "sit-down touchdown” when he fell near the sidelines and caught a pass that fell on him as he was laying on his back.
Calgary Stampeders
   won the Grey Cup in   
1971
Calgary Stampeders defeated Toronto Argonauts 14-11 at Empire Stadium in Vancouver, British Columbia on November 28, 1971. first Grey Cup to be played on artificial turf. former Notre Dame quarterback and future Washington Redskins quarterback, Joe Thiesmann led Toronto as their rookie quarterback.
Calgary Stampeders
   won the Grey Cup in   
1992
Calgary Stampeders defeated Winnipeg Blue Bombers 24-10 at SkyDome in Toronto, Ontario on November 29, 1992. Quarterback Doug Flutie, Boston College Heisman Trophy Winner and future NFL quarterback, led Calgary in defeating Winnipeg and completed 33 of 49 passes for 480 yards.
Calgary Stampeders
   won the Grey Cup in   
1998
Calgary Stampeders defeated Hamilton Tiger-Cats 26-24 at Winnipeg Stadium, Winnipeg, Manitoba on November 22, 1998. Future NFL quarterback Jeff Garcia led Calgary to victory and was named the Most Valuable Player in the game.
Calgary Stampeders
   won the Grey Cup in   
2001
Calgary Stampeders defeated Winnipeg Blue Bombers 27-19 at Olympic Stadium in Montreal, Quebec on November 25, 200. Calgary won, as had BC the year before, despite an 8-10 losing regular season record.
Calgary Stampeders
   won the Grey Cup in   
2008
Calgary Stampeders Montreal Alouettes Montreal Alouettes 22-14 at Olympic Stadium in Montreal, Quebec on November 23, 2008
Calgary Stampeders
   won the Grey Cup in   
2014
Defeated Hamilton Tiger-Cats 20-16
Edmonton Eskimos
   won the Grey Cup in   
1954
Edmonton Eskimos defeated Montreal Alouettes 26-25 at Varsity Stadium in Toronto, Ontario on November 27,1954. future NY Giants fullback and future NFL coach Alex Webster played for Montreal. Sam "The Rifle" Etcheverry from the University of Denver led Montreal. Jackie Parker set the Grey Cup record by returning a fumble 90 yards for a touchdown for Edmonton. Johnny “Red” O’Quinn set a Grey Cup pass receiving record of 13 pass receptions for 316 yards in a losing cause for the Alouettes.
Edmonton Eskimos
   won the Grey Cup in   
1955
Edmonton Eskimos defeated Montreal Alouettes 34-19 at Empire Stadium in Vancouver, British Columbia on November 26, 1955. Montreal Alouettes quarterback Sam Etcheverry set a Grey Cup record with 508 passing yards.
Edmonton Eskimos
   won the Grey Cup in   
1956
Edmonton Eskimos defeated Montreal Alouettes 50-27 at Varsity Stadium in Toronto, Ontario on November 24, 1956. Edmonton rushed for 456 yds and when combined with Montreal's 191 rushing yards the teams set a Grey Cup record of 647 yards rushing. This was the first Grey Cup where each touchdown was worth 6 points.
Edmonton Eskimos
   won the Grey Cup in   
1975
Edmonton Eskimos defeated Montreal Alouettes 9-8 at McMahon Stadium in Calgary, Alberta on November 23, 1975. It was the only Grey Cup where one player from each team (Don Sweet for Montreal and Dave Cutler for Edmonton) was responsible for all the points for that team. game was played with temperature at -15 C or 5 F.
Edmonton Eskimos
   won the Grey Cup in   
1978
Edmonton Eskimos defeated Montreal Alouettes 20-13 at CNE Stadium in Toronto, Ontario on November 26, 1978. the first of the Eskimos' record five consecutive Grey Cup victories.
Edmonton Eskimos
   won the Grey Cup in   
1979
Edmonton Eskimos defeated Montreal Alouettes 17-9 at Olympic Stadium in Montreal, Quebec on November 27, 1979. the second of Edmonton's 5 consecutive Grey Cup victories.
Edmonton Eskimos
   won the Grey Cup in   
1980
Edmonton Eskimos defeated Hamilton Tiger-Cats 48-10 at CNE Stadium in Toronto, Ontario on November 23, 1980. second largest winning margin in Grey Cup history. the third of Edmonton's 5 consecutive Grey Cup victories.
Edmonton Eskimos
   won the Grey Cup in   
1981
Edmonton Eskimos defeated Ottawa Rough Riders 26-23 at Olympic Stadium in Montreal, Quebec on November 22, 1981. future US Congressman J.C. Watts quarterbacked the Ottawa team and was awarded the Most Valuable Player trophy in the game. underdog Ottawa with a 5-11 season record nearly upset the 14-1-1 Eskimos. the fourth of Edmonton's 5 consecutive Grey Cup victories.
Edmonton Eskimos
   won the Grey Cup in   
1982
Edmonton Eskimos defeated Toronto Argonauts 32-15 at CNE Stadium in Toronto, Ontario on November 28, 1982. nicknamed the "Rain Bowl" because of poor weather conditions including freezing rain. Warren Moon future NFL quarterback won the Most Valuable Player Trophy for Edmonton. the fifth of Edmonton's 5 consecutive Grey Cup victories.
Edmonton Eskimos
   won the Grey Cup in   
1987
Edmonton Eskimos defeated Toronto Argonauts 38-36 at BC Place Stadium in Vancouver, British Columbia on November 29, 1987
Edmonton Eskimos
   won the Grey Cup in   
1993
Edmonton Eskimos defeated Winnipeg Blue Bombers 33-23 at McMahon Stadium in Calgary, Alberta on November 28, 1993. Sean Fleming kicked a record tying 6 field goals for Edmonton.
Edmonton Eskimos
   won the Grey Cup in   
2003
Edmonton Eskimos defeated Montreal Alouettes 34-22 at Taylor Field in Regina, Saskatchewan November 16, 2003
Edmonton Eskimos
   won the Grey Cup in   
2005
Edmonton Eskimos defeated Montreal Alouettes 38-35 at BC Place Stadium in Vancouver, British Columbia on November 27, 2005. This was the first Grey Cup to be broadcast in high-definition television. This was the first Grey Cup in 44 years to go into overtime.
Edmonton Eskimos
   won the Grey Cup in   
2015
Defeated Ottawa Redblacks 26-20
Hamilton Alerts
   won the Grey Cup in   
1912
Hamilton Alerts defeated Toronto Argonauts 11-4 at AAA Grounds in Hamilton, Ontario November 30, 1912. last game the Alerts ever played because the Ontario Rugby Football Union expelled them for acting in a manner detrimental to the interests of the union.
Hamilton Flying Wildcats
   won the Grey Cup in   
1943
Hamilton Flying Wildcats defeated Winnipeg RCAF Bombers 23-14 at Varsity Stadium in Toronto, Ontario on November 27, 1943
Hamilton Tiger-Cats
   won the Grey Cup in   
1953
Hamilton Tiger-Cats defeated Winnipeg Blue Bombers 12-6 at Varsity Stadium in Toronto, Ontario on November 28, 1953. game is broadcast live on the CBC on 3 stations.
Hamilton Tiger-Cats
   won the Grey Cup in   
1957
Hamilton Tiger-Cats defeated Winnipeg Blue Bombers 32-7 at Varsity Stadium in Toronto, Ontario on November 30, 1957. This was the first Grey Cup game to be covered on coast-to-coast television.
Hamilton Tiger-Cats
   won the Grey Cup in   
1963
Hamilton Tiger-Cats defeated BC Lions 21-10 at Empire Stadium in Vancouver, British Columbia on November 30, 1963
Hamilton Tiger-Cats
   won the Grey Cup in   
1965
Hamilton Tiger-Cats defeated Winnipeg Blue Bombers 22-16 at CNE Stadium in Toronto, Ontario on November 27, 1965. This was known as "The Wind Bowl"
Hamilton Tiger-Cats
   won the Grey Cup in   
1967
Hamilton Tiger-Cats defeated Saskatchewan Roughriders 24-1 at Lansdowne Park in Ottawa, Ontario on December 2, 1967. Alan Ford's 87 yard punt for Saskatchewan, on a quick kick, is the longest in Grey Cup history.
Hamilton Tiger-Cats
   won the Grey Cup in   
1972
Hamilton Tiger-Cats defeated Saskatchewan Roughriders 13-10 at Civic Stadium in Hamilton, Ontario on December 3, 1972. former University of Toledo quarterback Chuck Ealey lead Hamilton to victory and was named Most Valuable Player in this game. He passed for 291 yards and rushed for 63 yards.
Hamilton Tiger-Cats
   won the Grey Cup in   
1986
Hamilton Tiger-Cats defeated Edmonton Eskimos 39-15 at BC Place Stadium in Vancouver, British Columbia on November 30, 1986. Paul Osbaldiston tied Don Sweet’s Grey Cup record by kicking 6 field goals for Hamilton.
Hamilton Tiger-Cats
   won the Grey Cup in   
1999
Hamilton Tiger-Cats defeated Calgary Stampeders 32-21 at BC Place Stadium in Vancouver, British Columbia on November 28, 1999. Danny McManus completed 22 of 34 passes for 347 yards and was the Most Valuable Player of the game leading Hamiton to victory.
Hamilton Tigers
   won the Grey Cup in   
1913
Hamilton Tigers defeated Toronto Parkdale Canoe Club 44-2 at AAA Grounds in Hamilton, Ontario November 29, 1913. this was the second highest winning margin in Grey Cup history.
Hamilton Tigers
   won the Grey Cup in   
1915
Defeated Toronto Rowing Association 13-7 at Varsity Stadium in Toronto, Ontario on November 20, 1915
Hamilton Tigers
   won the Grey Cup in   
1928
Hamilton Tigers defeated Regina Roughriders 30-0 at AAA Grounds in Hamilton, Ontario December 1, 1928
Hamilton Tigers
   won the Grey Cup in   
1929
Hamilton Tigers defeated Regina Roughriders 14-3 at AAA Grounds in Hamilton, Ontario on November 30, 1929
Hamilton Tigers
   won the Grey Cup in   
1932
Hamilton Tigers defeated Regina Roughriders 25-6 at Civic Stadium in Hamilton, Ontario on December 3, 1932
Montreal AAA
   won the Grey Cup in   
1931
Montreal AAA defeated Regina Roughriders 22-0 at Molson Stadium in Montreal, Quebec on December 5, 1931. Montreal AAA had also won hockey's Stanley Cup in 1893, 1894, 1902 and 1903
Montreal Alouettes
   won the Grey Cup in   
1949
Montreal Alouettes defeated Calgary Stampeders 28-15 at Varsity Stadium in Toronto, Ontario on November 26, 1949
Montreal Alouettes
   won the Grey Cup in   
1970
Montreal Alouettes defeated Calgary Stampeders 23-10 at CNE Stadium in Toronto, Ontario on November 28, 1970
Montreal Alouettes
   won the Grey Cup in   
1974
Montreal Alouettes defeated Edmonton Eskimos 20-7 at Empire Stadium in Vancouver, British Columbia on November 24, 1974. Chicago born head coach Marv Levy won his first Grey Cup as head coach of Montreal. later coached the Buffalo Bills in the NFL.
Montreal Alouettes
   won the Grey Cup in   
1977
Montreal Alouettes defeated Edmonton Eskimos 41-6 at Olympic Stadium in Montreal, Quebec on November 27, 1977. dubbed the Ice Bowl because melting snow froze on the field making it slippery and causing Montreal to use staples on their shoes to gain traction. a Grey Cup attendance record of 68,318 fans was recorded. Vernon Perry's 4th quarter 74 yard interception return is the longest in Grey Cup history. Don Sweet's 23 points scored is still a single game Grey Cup record. Don Sweet also set a record kicking 6 field goals in this game.
Montreal Alouettes
   won the Grey Cup in   
2002
Montreal Alouettes defeated Edmonton Eskimos 25-16 at Commonwealth Stadium in Edmonton, Alberta November 24, 2002. Grey Cup MVP Anthony Calvillo connected with Pat Woodcock for a Grey Cup record setting 99 yard pass for the winning Alouettes.
Montreal Alouettes
   won the Grey Cup in   
2009
Montreal Alouettes Montreal Alouettes Saskatchewan Roughriders 28-27 at McMahon Stadium in Calgary, Alberta on November 29, 2009
Montreal Alouettes
   won the Grey Cup in   
2010
Montreal Alouettes defeated the Saskatchewan Roughriders 21-18 at Commonwealth Stadium in Edmonton, Alberta on November 28, 2010. It was a rematch of the 2009 Grey Cup and the first time in 13 years that a team had won back to back championships. This was the first time the Grey Cup had been held in the province of Alberta in consecutive years.
Montreal HMCS Donnacona
   won the Grey Cup in   
1944
Montreal HMCS Donnacona defeated Hamilton Flying Wildcats 7-6 at Civic Stadium in Hamilton, Ontario on November 25, 1944
No One
   won the Grey Cup in   
1919
Game not held due to a rules dispute with the Canadian Rugby Union
Ottawa Redblacks
   won the Grey Cup in   
2016
Calgary Stampeders 39-33
Ottawa Rough Riders
   won the Grey Cup in   
1940
Ottawa Rough Riders defeated Toronto Balmy Beach 8-2 at Varsity Stadium in Toronto, Ontario on November 30, 1940. Also had a rematch on December 7, 1940 where Ottawa Rough Riders defeated Toronto Balmy Beach 12-5 at Lansdowne Park in Ottawa, Ontario (Only two game series in Grey Cup history with Ottawa winning 20-7 on aggregate score). The Canadian Rugby Union arranged the series after it refused to allow the WIFU (Western Interprovincial Football Union) winners, the Winnipeg Blue Bombers to compete in the final. The reason for the refusal was based on the WIFU season being played under rules that varied from IRFU (Interprovincial Rugby Football Union) rules.
Ottawa Rough Riders
   won the Grey Cup in   
1951
Ottawa Rough Riders defeated Saskatchewan Roughriders 21-14 at Varsity Stadium in Toronto, Ontario on November 24, 1951
Ottawa Rough Riders
   won the Grey Cup in   
1960
Ottawa Rough Riders defeated Edmonton Eskimos 16-6 at Empire Stadium in Vancouver, British Columbia on November 26, 1960
Ottawa Rough Riders
   won the Grey Cup in   
1968
Ottawa Rough Riders defeated Calgary Stampeders 24-21 at CNE Stadium in Toronto, Ontario on November 30, 1968. Future NFL player Vic Washington set the Grey Cup record for longest rushing touchdown at 79 yards.
Ottawa Rough Riders
   won the Grey Cup in   
1969
Ottawa Rough Riders defeated Saskatchewan Roughriders 29-11 at Autostade (Automotive Stadium) in Montreal, Quebec on November 30, 1969
Ottawa Rough Riders
   won the Grey Cup in   
1973
Ottawa Rough Riders defeated Edmonton Eskimos 22-18 at CNE Stadium in Toronto, Ontario on November 25, 1973
Ottawa Rough Riders
   won the Grey Cup in   
1976
Ottawa Rough Riders defeated Saskatchewan Roughriders 23-20 at CNE Stadium in Toronto, Ontario on November 28, 1976. with 20 seconds left in the game Notre Dame University graduate Tom Clements threw a pass to tight end Tony Gabriel for the winning touchdown for Ottawa and Clements was awarded the Most Valuable Player trophy for his play in this game.
Ottawa Senators
   won the Grey Cup in   
1925
Ottawa Senators defeated Winnipeg Tammany Tigers 24-1 at Lansdowne Park in Ottawa, Ontario on December 5, 1925
Ottawa Senators
   won the Grey Cup in   
1926
Defeated University of Toronto Varsity Blues 10-7 at Varsity Stadium in Toronto, Ontario on December 4, 1926
Queen's University
   won the Grey Cup in   
1922
Queen's University defeated Edmonton Elks 13-1 at Richardson Stadium in Kingston, Ontario on December 2, 1922
Queen's University
   won the Grey Cup in   
1923
Queen's University defeated Regina Roughriders 54-0 at Varsity Stadium in Toronto, Ontario on December 1, 1923. The highest winning margin in Grey Cup history.
Queen's University
   won the Grey Cup in   
1924
Queen's University defeated Toronto Balmy Beach 11-2 at Varsity Stadium in Toronto, Ontario on November 29, 1924
Sarnia Imperials
   won the Grey Cup in   
1934
Sarnia Imperials defeated Regina Roughriders 20-12 at Varsity Stadium in Toronto, Ontario on November 24, 1934
Sarnia Imperials
   won the Grey Cup in   
1936
Sarnia Imperials defeated Ottawa Rough Riders 26-20 at Civic Stadium in Hamilton, Ontario on December 5, 1936. Intercollegiate teams stopped competing for the Grey Cup this year.
Saskatchewan Roughriders
   won the Grey Cup in   
1966
Saskatchewan Roughriders defeated Ottawa Rough Riders 29-14 at Empire Stadium in Vancouver, British Columbia on November 26, 1966
Saskatchewan Roughriders
   won the Grey Cup in   
1989
Saskatchewan Roughriders defeated Hamilton Tiger-Cats 43-40 at SkyDome in Toronto, Ontario on November 26, 1989. Dave Ridgway drilled 'The Kick' through the uprights with 9 seconds left from Hamilton’s 26 yard line to give Saskatchewan its first Grey Cup championship in 23 years and defeat heavily favored Hamilton.
Saskatchewan Roughriders
   won the Grey Cup in   
2007
Saskatchewan Roughriders defeated Winnipeg Blue Bombers 23-19 at Rogers Centre (formerly known as SkyDome) in Toronto, Ontario on November 25, 2007. On Grey Cup weekend there was a “Celebration of Football” featuring games at the amateur, high school, and university level including the 43rd Vanier Cup featuring the Manitoba Bisons vs the St. Mary’s Huskies. This was the first time the Grey Cup and Vanier Cup had been held at the same venue on the same weekend.
Saskatchewan Roughriders
   won the Grey Cup in   
2013
Defeated Hamilton Tiger-Cats 45-23
Toronto Argonauts
   won the Grey Cup in   
1914
Toronto Argonauts defeated University of Toronto Varsity Blues 14-2 at Varsity Stadium in Toronto, Ontario on December 5, 1914
Toronto Argonauts
   won the Grey Cup in   
1921
Toronto Argonauts defeated Edmonton Eskimos 23-0 at Varsity Stadium in Toronto, Ontario on December 3, 1921
Toronto Argonauts
   won the Grey Cup in   
1933
Toronto Argonauts defeated Sarnia Imperials 4-3 at Athletic Park in Sarnia, Ontario on December 9, 1933
Toronto Argonauts
   won the Grey Cup in   
1937
Toronto Argonauts defeated Winnipeg Blue Bombers 4-3 at Varsity Stadium in Toronto, Ontario on December 11, 1937. The Quebec Rugby Football Union (QRFU) discontinued their competition for the Grey Cup. The Ontario Rugby Football Union (ORFU) still competed for the Grey Cup.
Toronto Argonauts
   won the Grey Cup in   
1938
Toronto Argonauts defeated Winnipeg Blue Bombers 30-7 at Varsity Stadium in Toronto, Ontario on December 10, 1938
Toronto Argonauts
   won the Grey Cup in   
1945
Toronto Argonauts defeated Winnipeg Blue Bombers 35-0 at Varsity Stadium in Toronto, Ontario on December 1, 1945
Toronto Argonauts
   won the Grey Cup in   
1946
Toronto Argonauts defeated Winnipeg Blue Bombers 28-6 at Varsity Stadium in Toronto, Ontario on November 30, 1946.
Toronto Argonauts
   won the Grey Cup in   
1947
Toronto Argonauts defeated Winnipeg Blue Bombers 10-9 at Varsity Stadium in Toronto, Ontario on November 29, 1947
Toronto Argonauts
   won the Grey Cup in   
1950
Toronto Argonauts defeated Winnipeg Blue Bombers 13-0 at Varsity Stadium in Toronto, Ontario on November 25, 1950. Due to snow and melting snow and poor grounds keeping this became known as "The Mud Bowl."
Toronto Argonauts
   won the Grey Cup in   
1952
Toronto Argonauts defeated Edmonton Eskimos 21-11 at Varsity Stadium in Toronto, Ontario on November 29, 1952. first televised Grey Cup but limited to Toronto only on station CBLT.
Toronto Argonauts
   won the Grey Cup in   
1983
Toronto Argonauts defeated BC Lions 18-17 at BC Place Stadium in Vancouver, British Columbia on November 27, 1983. first Grey Cup played indoors. first Toronto Grey Cup victory since 1952.
Toronto Argonauts
   won the Grey Cup in   
1991
Toronto Argonauts defeated Calgary Stampeders 36-21 at Winnipeg Stadium, Winnipeg, Manitoba on November 24, 1991. New Toronto owners Bruce McNall, owner of the NHL Los Angeles Kings, hockey legend Wayne Gretzky and actor John Candy enjoyed their first Grey Cup victory. The temperature during the game was -27 degrees Celsius (-17 Fahrenheit). Raghib “The Rocket” Ismail former Notre Dame University star receiver and future NFL receiver scored on an 87 yard kickoff return in the 4th quarter to seal Toronto’s victory and won the Most Valuable Player for this Grey Cup.
Toronto Argonauts
   won the Grey Cup in   
1996
Toronto Argonauts defeated Edmonton Eskimos 43-37 at Ivor Wynne Stadium in Hamilton, Ontario on November 24, 1996. Known as “The Snow Bowl” tractors had to remove snow from the field before the game and during halftime. Doug Flutie again quarterbacked Toronto and was named the games Most Valuable Player.
Toronto Argonauts
   won the Grey Cup in   
1997
Toronto Argonauts defeated Saskatchewan Roughriders 47-23 at Commonwealth Stadium in Edmonton, Alberta November 16, 1997. Doug Flutie passed for 350 yards for Toronto and again was named the game’s Most Valuable Player.
Toronto Argonauts
   won the Grey Cup in   
2004
Toronto Argonauts defeated BC Lions 27-19 at Frank Clair Stadium (formerly Lansdowne Park) Ottawa, Ontario on November 21, 2004. Toronto’s head coach Mike “Pinball” Clemons became the first black head coach to win the Grey Cup.
Toronto Argonauts
   won the Grey Cup in   
2012
Defeated Calgary Stampeders 35-22
Toronto Balmy Beach
   won the Grey Cup in   
1927
Toronto Balmy Beach defeated Hamilton Tigers 9-6 at Varsity Stadium in Toronto, Ontario on November 26, 1927
Toronto Balmy Beach
   won the Grey Cup in   
1930
Toronto Balmy Beach defeated Regina Roughriders 11-6 at Varsity Stadium in Toronto, Ontario on December 6, 1930
Toronto RCAF Hurricanes
   won the Grey Cup in   
1942
Toronto RCAF Hurricanes defeated Winnipeg RCAF Bombers 8-5 at Varsity Stadium in Toronto, Ontario on December 5, 1942. The WIFU (Western Interprovincial Football Union) and the IRFU (Interprovincial Rugby Football Union) suspended operations for the duration of World War II.
University of Toronto
   won the Grey Cup in   
1909
University of Toronto Varsity Blues defeated Toronto Parkdale Canoe Club 26-6 at Rosedale Field in Toronto, Ontario December 4, 1909
University of Toronto
   won the Grey Cup in   
1910
University of Toronto Varsity Blues defeated Hamilton Tigers 16-7 at AAA Grounds in Hamilton, Ontario November 26, 1910
University of Toronto
   won the Grey Cup in   
1911
University of Toronto Varsity Blues defeated Toronto Argonauts 14-7 at Varsity Stadium in Toronto, Ontario on November 25, 1911
University of Toronto
   won the Grey Cup in   
1920
University of Toronto Varsity Blues defeated Toronto Argonauts 16-3 at Varsity Stadium in Toronto, Ontario on December 4, 1920
Winnipeg Blue Bombers
   won the Grey Cup in   
1939
Winnipeg Blue Bombers defeated Ottawa Rough Riders 8-7 at Lansdowne Park in Ottawa, Ontario on December 9, 1939
Winnipeg Blue Bombers
   won the Grey Cup in   
1941
Winnipeg Blue Bombers defeated Ottawa Rough Riders 18-16 at Varsity Stadium in Toronto, Ontario on November 29, 1941
Winnipeg Blue Bombers
   won the Grey Cup in   
1958
Winnipeg Blue Bombers defeated Hamilton Tiger-Cats 35-28 at Empire Stadium in Vancouver, British Columbia on November 29, 1958. future Minnesota Vikings head coach Bud Grant won his first Grey Cup as head coach for Winnipeg.
Winnipeg Blue Bombers
   won the Grey Cup in   
1959
Winnipeg Blue Bombers defeated Hamilton Tiger-Cats 21-7 at CNE Stadium in Toronto, Ontario on November 28, 1959. Winnipeg's head coach Bud Grant wins his second Grey Cup.
Winnipeg Blue Bombers
   won the Grey Cup in   
1961
Winnipeg Blue Bombers defeated Hamilton Tiger-Cats 21-14 at CNE Stadium in Toronto, Ontario on December 2, 1961. first Grey Cup to go into overtime. Bud Grant wins his third Grey Cup as head coach of Winnipeg.
Winnipeg Blue Bombers
   won the Grey Cup in   
1962
Winnipeg Blue Bombers defeated Hamilton Tiger-Cats 28-27 at CNE Stadium in Toronto, Ontario on December 1-2, 1962. A thick fog closed in during the game on December 1st causing the game to be suspended and continued the next day. Bud Grant wins his fourth and last Grey Cup as the coach of Winnipeg.
Winnipeg Blue Bombers
   won the Grey Cup in   
1984
Winnipeg Blue Bombers defeated Hamilton Tiger-Cats 47-17 at Commonwealth Stadium in Edmonton, Alberta on November 18,1984. Winnipeg set a Grey Cup record with 27 points scored in the 2nd quarter. future NFL quarterback Dieter Brock quarterbacked the Tiger-Cats
Winnipeg Blue Bombers
   won the Grey Cup in   
1988
Winnipeg Blue Bombers defeated BC Lions 22-21 at Lansdowne Park in Ottawa, Ontario on November 27, 1988
Winnipeg Blue Bombers
   won the Grey Cup in   
1990
Winnipeg Blue Bombers defeated BC Lions 50-11 at BC Place Stadium in Vancouver, British Columbia on November 25, 1990. Winnipeg scored 28 points in the third quarter to break its own 1984 record by 1 point and set the new record for most points scored in the Grey Cup in a quarter.
Winnipeg 'Pegs
   won the Grey Cup in   
1935
Winnipeg 'Pegs (hereafter known as the Winnipeg Blue Bombers) defeated Hamilton Tigers 18-12 at Civic Stadium in Hamilton, Ontario on December 7, 1935. first time a team west of Ontario won the Grey Cup. This was the first Grey Cup to have imported players in it.


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