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Winnipeg Blue Bombers

The Winnipeg Blue Bombers are a Canadian football team based in Winnipeg, Manitoba. They are currently members of the West Division of the Canadian Football League (CFL). They play their home games at Investors Group Field after many years of playing at the since demolished Canad Inns Stadium. Currently, the former CanadInns Stadium site is an abandoned Target store, and is being converted into Plaza at Polo Park. The Blue Bombers were founded in 1930 as the Winnipeg Football Club, which remains the organization's legal name today. Since that time, they have won the league's Grey Cup championship 10 times, most recently in 1990. With 10 wins, they have the third-highest win total in the Grey...

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Past 10 meetings

W 60% L 40%
6 4
  • Tiger-Cats @ Blue Bombers 12-33 W
  • Blue Bombers @ Roughriders 20-13 W
  • Blue Bombers @ Stampeders 35-14 W
  • Stampeders @ Blue Bombers 28-29 W
  • Blue Bombers @ Stampeders 33-37 L
  • Alouettes @ Blue Bombers 24-35 W
  • Blue Bombers @ Roughriders 6-21 L
  • Tiger-Cats @ Blue Bombers 33-13 L
  • Blue Bombers @ Alouettes 37-38 L
  • Roughriders @ Blue Bombers 10-35 W

Next meetings

  • @Saskatchewan(11-17-19) 20 - 13
  • @Hamilton(07-26-19) 15 - 23
  • Calgary(10-25-19) 28 - 29
  • @Edmonton(08-23-19) 34 - 28
  • Montreal(10-12-19) 24 - 35
  • BC(08-15-19) 16 - 32
  • @Toronto(08-01-19) 27 - 28
  • @Ottawa(07-05-19) 29 - 14
  • Edmonton(06-27-19) 21 - 28
  • @Calgary(11-10-19) 35 - 14
  • Ottawa(07-19-19) 1 - 31
  • @Saskatchewan(11-17-19) 20 - 13

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Investors Group Field
Winnipeg, Manitoba, CAN.
Capacity: 33,500