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2022 Calgary Stampeders schedule

WeekDateTimeOpponentGame ResultATSOver/Under
Week 1Thursday, June 99 p.m. ETvs. Montreal (-3.5)W, 30-27L (0-1)Over 48 (1-0)
Week 2Saturday, June 186:30 p.m. ET@ Hamilton (+1.5)W, 33-30 (OT)W (1-1)Over 44.5 (2-0)
Week 3Saturday, June 257 p.m. ETvs. Edmonton (-9)W, 30-23L (1-2)Over 49.5 (3-0)
Week 4BYE
Week 5Thursday, July 79 p.m. ET@ Edmonton (-3.5)W, 49-6W (2-2)Over 51 (4-0)
Week 6Friday, July 158:30 p.m. ET@ Winnipeg (-4)L, 26-19 (4-1)L (2-3)Under 47 (4-1)
Week 7BYE
Week 8Saturday, July 307 p.m. ETvs. Winnipeg (+1)L, 35-28L (2-4)Over 46.5 (5-1)
Week 9Friday, August 57:30 p.m. ET@ Ottawa (-6)W, 17-3W (3-4)Under 50.5 (5-2)
Week 10Saturday, August 137 p.m. ETvs. BC Lions (-0.5)L, 41-40L (4-4)Over 53 (6-2)
Week 11Saturday, August 207 p.m. ET@ Toronto (-2.5)W, 22-19W (5-4)Under 49.5 (6-3)
Week 12Thursday, August 258:30 p.m. ET@ Winnipeg (+6.5)L, 31-29 (6-4)W (6-4)Over 48.5 (7-3)
Week 13Monday, September 54:30 p.m. ETvs. Edmonton (-12.5)W, 26-18L (6-5)Under 49.5 (7-4)
Week 14Saturday, September 108 p.m. ET@ Edmonton (-9.5)W, 56-28W (7-5)Over 49.5 (8-4)
Week 15Saturday, September 177 p.m. ETvs. BC Lions (-5.5)L, 31-29L (7-6)Over 52.5 (9-4)
Week 16Saturday, September 2410 p.m. ET@ BC Lions (+1)W, 25-11W (8-6)Under 54.5 (9-5)
Week 17Saturday, October 17 p.m. ETvs. Toronto
Week 18BYE
Week 19Friday, October 149:30 p.m.vs. Hamilton
Week 20Saturday, October 227 p.m. ET@ Saskatchewan
Week 21Saturday, October 298 p.m. ETvs Saskatchewan

Calgary Stampeders team facts

  • Location: Calgary, Alberta, Canada
  • Stadium: McMahon Stadium (1960-present; capacity: 35,400, expandable to 46,020)
  • Year Founded: 1945
  • Grey Cup Titles: 8 (1948, 1971, 1992, 1998, 2001, 2008, 2014, 2018)

Calgary Stampeders history 

Founded in 1945, the Stampeders are considered the third-oldest CFL franchise still operating even though they were preceded by football clubs that were existed in Calgary since the 1890s.

The franchise has a decorated past, having notched 20 Western Division championships, one Northern Division championship, 17 Grey Cup appearances, and eight Grey Cup titles. Calgary’s first Grey Cup appearance come in just their fourth season in existence, when it defeated Ottawa by a 12-7 score in 1948.

Calgary has been a prolific Grey Cup participant since the turn of the century, participating in a total of seven title games and winning four during that span. That stretch includes three straight appearances to cap off the 2016-18 seasons. 

The most successful head coach in franchise history to date in terms of total wins and championships has been the legendary Wally Buono, who posted a 153-79 -2 record between the 1990 and 2002 seasons. Buono also posted a 15-9 playoff record while leading Calgary to Grey Cup titles in the 1992, 1998, and 2001 seasons.

John Hufnagel, however, who also played four seasons for the franchise before helming the team from 2008-2015, bested Buono in winning percentage courtesy of a 102-41-1 record (.712) and secured a pair of Grey Cup titles in his own right (2008, 2014).

Current head coach Dave Dickenson is the franchise leader in career winning percentage entering the 2022 season (.721) courtesy of a 61-23-2 record and led the Stampeders to its most recent title in 2018. 

Calgary Stampeders all-time leaders

With a track record that includes no shortage of postseason berths and league championships, it’s no surprise the Stampeders’ record books are replete with plenty of notable individual accomplishments.

For a closer look at the all-time franchise leaders in a variety of categories, check out the list below:

  • Games Played: Mark McLoughlin (276, 1988-2003)
  • Total Touchdowns: Allen Pitts (117, 1990-2000)
  • Receiving Touchdowns: Allen Pitts (117, 1990-2000)
  • Rushing Touchdowns: Earl Lunsford (55, 1956, 1959-63)
  • Passing Yards: Henry Burris (32,191; 1998-1999, 2005-2011)
  • Passing Touchdowns: Henry Burris (203; 1998-1999, 2005-2011)
  • Rushing Yards: Joffrey Reynolds (9,213; 2004-2011)
  • Receptions: Allen Pitts (966; 1990-2000)
  • Receiving Yards: Allen Pitts (14,891; 1990-2000)
  • Interceptions: Larry Robinson (50; 1961-1975)
  • Tackles: Alondra Johnson (916; 1991-2003)
  • Sacks: Will Johnson (99; 1989-1996)
  • Field Goals: Mark McLoughlin (664; 1988-2003)
  • Coaching Victories: Wally Buono (153; 1990-2002)