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Edmonton Elks Grey Cup History

The Edmonton Elks are a professional Canadian football team from Edmonton, Alberta. They play at Brick Field at Commonwealth Stadium, were founded in 1949, and are one of three teams that are owned by the community.

Formerly known as the Eskimos, they have won the Grey Cup championship 14 times, which included an unmatched five consecutive wins between 1978 and 1982, and they most recently won in 2015.


When did the Edmonton Elks last win the Grey Cup?

The Edmonton Elks last won the Grey Cup on November 29, 2015.

More Edmonton Elks questions…

When was the last time the Edmonton Elks missed the playoffs?
The Edmonton Elks didn’t make the playoffs in 2021.

When was the last time the Edmonton Elks won a playoff game?
The Edmonton Elks last won the Won East Semi-Final against the Montréal Alouettes on November 10, 2019.

When was the last time the Edmonton Elks lost a playoff game?
The Edmonton Elks last lost a playoff game in the Lost East Final against the Hamilton Tiger-Cats on November 17, 2019.

How many playoff appearances do the Edmonton Elks have?
The Edmonton Elks have played in 105 playoff games.

How many playoff wins do the Edmonton Elks have?
The Edmonton Elks have won 58 playoff games.

How many Grey Cups have the Edmonton Elks appeared in?
The Edmonton Elks have played in the Grey Cup final 23 times.

How many Grey Cups have the Edmonton Elks won?
The Edmonton Elks have won 14 Grey Cups.

Since the Edmonton Elks last won a Grey Cup…

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