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Hamilton Tiger-Cats

Hamilton Tiger-Cats

The Hamilton Tiger-Cats are a professional Canadian Football League team in Hamilton, Ontario. They play at Tim Horton’s Field, and got their name from the merging of Hamilton ‘Tigers’ Football Club and Hamilton Wildcats in 1950.

Although they had success throughout the 20th century winning 8 Grey Cups, since 1999 they struggled, including a winless season in 2003. Since 2010 they have reached four Grey Cup finals but lost all of them.


When did the Hamilton Tiger-Cats last win the Grey Cup?

The Hamilton Tiger-Cats last won the Grey Cup on November 28, 1999.

More Hamilton Tiger-Cats questions…

When was the last time the Tiger-Cats missed the playoffs?
The Hamilton Tiger-Cats didn’t make the playoffs in 2017.

When was the last time the Tiger-Cats won a playoff game?
The Hamilton Tiger-Cats last won a playoff game on December 5, 2021.

When was the last time the Tiger-Cats lost a playoff game?
The Hamilton Tiger-Cats last lost a playoff game in the Grey Cup against the Winnipeg Blue Bombers on December 12, 2021.

How many playoff appearances do the Tiger-Cats have?
The Hamilton Tiger-Cats have played in 93 playoff games.

How many playoff wins do the Tiger-Cats have?
The Hamilton Tiger-Cats have won 44 playoff games.

How many Grey Cups have the Tiger-Cats appeared in?
The Hamilton Tiger-Cats have played in the Grey Cup final 22 times.

How many Grey Cups have the Tiger-Cats won?
The Hamilton Tiger-Cats have won 8 Grey Cups.

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