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HISTORY - Grey Cup

The Tiger-Cats and their predecessors the Tiger, Wildcats and Alerts have been crowned Grey Cup Champions 15 times since the inception of the trophy in 1909.

Since 1950 when the Tigers and Wildcats were amalgamated into one club, the Tiger-Cats have won eight Grey Cups title on 18 trips to the big game. Their most recent Grey Cup triumph came in 1999, when they defeated Calgary 32-21 at B.C. Place in Vancouver.

 

Grey Cup History
Year Date Location Score Winning Coach Losing Coach Attend.
1999 Nov.28 Vancouver Hamilton 32
Calgary 21
Ron Lancaster Wally Buono 45,118
1998 Nov. 22 Winnipeg Calgary 26
Hamilton 24
Wally Buono Ron Lancaster 34,157
1989 Nov. 26 Toronto Saskatchewan 43
Hamilton 40
John Gregory Al Bruno 54,088
1986 Nov. 30 Vancouver Hamilton 39
Edmonton 17
Al Bruno Jackie Parker 59, 621
1985 Nov. 24 Montreal B.C. 37
Hamilton 24
Don Mathews Al Bruno 56, 723
1984 Nov. 18 Edmonton Winnipeg 47
Hamilton 17
Cal Murphy Al Bruno 60, 081
1980 Nov. 23 Toronto Edmonton 48
Hamilton 10
Hugh Campbell John Payne 54, 661
1972 Dec. 3 Hamilton Hamilton 13
Saskatchewan 10
Jerry Williams Dave Skrien 33, 993
1967 Dec. 2 Ottawa Hamilton 24
Saskatchewan 1
Ralph Sazio Eagles Keys 31,358
1965 Nov. 27 Toronto Hamilton 22
Winnipeg 16
Ralph Sazio Bud Grant 32,655
1964 Nov. 28 Toronto B.C. 34
Hamilton 24
Dave Skrien Ralph Sazio 32,655
1963 Nov. 30 Vancouver Hamilton 21
B.C. 10
Ralph Sazio Dave Skrien 36, 545
1962 Dec. 1-2*   Winnipeg 28
Hamilton 27
Bud Grant Jim Trimble 32, 655
1961 Dec. 2 Toronto Winnipeg 21
(OT) Hamilton 14
Bud Grant Jim Trimble 32, 651
1959 Nov. 28 Toronto Winnipeg 21
Hamilton 7
Bud Grant Jim Trimble 33,133
1958 Nov. 29 Vancouver Winnipeg 35
Hamilton 28
Bud Grant Jim Trimble 36, 567
1957 Nov. 30 Toronto Hamilton 32
Winnipeg 7
Jim Trimble Bud Grant 27,051
1953 Nov. 28 Toronto Hamilton 12
Winnipeg 6
Carl Voyles George Trafton 27,313
1944 Nov. 25 Hamilton Mtl. St. H-D Navy
Ham F. Wild 6
Glen Brown Eddie LcLean 3,871
1943 Nov. 27 Toronto Ham F. Wild 23
Win. RCAF 14
Brian Timmis Reg Threlfell 16,423
1935 Dec. 7 Hamilton Winnipeg 18
Ham. Tigers 12
Bib Fritz Fred Veale 6,405
1932 Dec. 3 Hamilton Ham. Tigers 25
Regina 6
Billy Hughs Al Ritchie 4,806
1929 Nov. 30 Hamilton Ham. Tigers 14
Regina 3
Mike Rodden Al Ritchie 1,906
1928 Dec. 1 Hamilton Ham. Tigers 30
Regina 0
Mike Rodden Howe Milne 4,767
1927 Nov. 26 Toronto Balmy Beach 9
Ham. Tigers 6
Dr. H. Hobbs Mike Rodden 13,676
1915 Nov. 20 Toronto Ham. Tigers 13
Toronto R.A.A. 7
Liz Marriot Ed Livingstone 2,808
1913 Nov. 29 Hamilton Ham. Tigers 44
Parkdale 2
Liz Marriot Ed Livingstone 2,100
1912 Nov. 30 Hamilton Ham. Alerts 11
Toronto 4
Liz Marriot Jack Newton 5,337
1910 Nov. 26 Hamilton U. of Toronto 16
Ham. Tigers 7
Harry Griffith Seppi DuMoulin 12,00

* - Halted by fog on December 1st.
The final nine minutes and 29 seconds were played on December 2nd.

Tiger-Cat Grey Cup Award Winners:

  • 1999 - Most Outstanding Player, Danny McManus, QB; Most Outstanding Canadian, Mike Morreale, SB.
  • 1986 - Offence, Mike Kerrigan, QB; Defence, Grover Covington, DE; Canadian, Paul Osbaldiston, K/P.
  • 1972 - Most Outstanding Player, Chuck Ealey, QB; Most Outstanding Canadian, Ian Sunter, K.
  • 1967 - Most Outstanding Player, Joe Zuger, QB
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