The Montréal Alouettes are a professional Canadian football team based in Montréal, Quebec. The current team is the third edition of the franchise, having folded and been revived multiple times. They play in East Division of the CFL.
Montréal were particularly strong in the 1970s, winning three Grey Cups. Since being reformed in 1996 they put together a playoff streak of 18 years, the longest active in the league at the time.
When did the Montréal Alouettes last win the Grey Cup?
The Montréal Alouettes last won the Grey Cup on November 28, 2010.
More Montréal Alouettes questions…
When was the last time the Alouettes missed the playoffs?
The Montréal Alouettes didn’t make the playoffs in 2018.
When was the last time the Alouettes won a playoff game?
The Montréal Alouettes last won a playoff game on November 16, 2014 against the BC Lions.
When was the last time the Alouettes lost a playoff game?
The Montréal Alouettes last lost a playoff game in the East Semi-Final against the Hamilton Tiger-Cats on November 28, 2021.
How many playoff appearances do the Alouettes have?
The Montréal Alouettes have played in 72 playoff games.
How many playoff wins do the Alouettes have?
The Montréal Alouettes have won 37 playoff games.
How many Grey Cups have the Alouettes appeared in?
The Montréal Alouettes have played in the Grey Cup final 18 times.
How many Grey Cups have the Alouettes won?
The Montréal Alouettes have won 7 Grey Cups.
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