- first Edmonton and Calgary home and home series.
- formation of the Calgary Tigers in the ARFU. Team plays out of Hillhurst Park Stadium.
- Calgary Canucks formed. No official league due to World War I.
formation of the 50th Battalion, named for the military battalion that provided organizational support.
the 50th won the Alberta title but was defeated by Winnipeg in the Western Final.
- Calgary Tigers re-formed and made history with the first forward pass in Canadian football.
- team re-named "Altomahs", playing out of 2,000-seat capacity Mewata Stadium.
- Calgary Bronks formed, and became part of the Western Inter-Provincial Football Union (WIFU).
- Bronks win the WIFU championship. Senior football in Calgary ended in 1940 when World War II began.
team name changed to "Stampeders", September 29th.
first ever game played October 22nd vs. the Regina Roughriders. The Stamps won the game 12-0 in
front of 4,000 fans at Mewata Stadium.
Stampeders won the Grey Cup, capping a perfect 12-0 season, and turned the annual fall classic into a
- Team moves into newly-constructed McMAHON STADIUM.
- Stampeders won their 3rd Grey Cup in Toronto, a 24-10 win over Winnipeg.
- Stampeders won their 4th Grey Cup in Winnipeg, a 26-24 win over Hamilton.
- Stampeders won their 5th Grey Cup in Montreal, a 27-19 win over Winnipeg.