Calgary Stampeders' Odds

See great lines for the Calgary Stampeders next game and enjoy the season as much as Stamps fans have enjoyed the last thirty years.

Stampeding out of the gates in 1935, the Calgary Stampeders have seen their share of ups and downs over their history but have settled into a nice long stretch of success. Bettors will see this in the Calgary Stampeders odds as they have built a strong football culture that excels at producing on-field talent. Make sure to tune into Stamps games throughout the season as they provider fans and wagerers with top CFL moments every season.,0/-/resize/1020x/-/format/jpeg/-/format/auto/-/quality/lightest/-/stretch/off/,0/-/resize/1020x/-/format/jpeg/-/format/auto/-/quality/lightest/-/stretch/off/,140/-/resize/1020x/-/format/jpeg/-/format/auto/-/quality/lightest/-/stretch/off/
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Calgary Stampeders' Standings

The Western Division is full of tough teams and great battles. Check the Calgary Stampeders standings – equipped with handy statistics - to see how this season is going.


Bet On Calgary Stampeders' Games

The Stamps – as the locals commonly refer to them as – have been a force to reckon with since the 1980s. Before that, their history is so-so, but they were overshadowed by most other CFL teams. Then the 1980s – or about 1985 to be more precise - came and Calgary embarked on a lengthy and successful run. The culminating success of the run includes 26 trips to the playoffs, nine Grey Cup appearances and five Grey Cup victories.

The Stampeders are poised for success as long as they have certainty under center. During their strong stretch, they have had notable quarterback after notable quarterback, including two in the 1990s that went on to be Pro Bowl players in the National Football League. Bettors should monitor the quarterbacking situation before as well as during the season to ensure the Stamps can continue their winning ways.

Calgary and Edmonton share a big rivalry as they are both located in the same province and division. Typically playing each other three times a season, the two franchises have faced off hundreds of times. Bettors can dive into their history to get a better understanding of the rivalry. Overall Edmonton leads the series 125-93-3 and has the advantage in the playoffs 14-12. Calgary and the BC Lions usually engage in highly contested games. The same can be said about Calgary and the Saskatchewan Roughriders.

Calgary plays at McMahon stadium, where they showcase their best football. In 2015 the team went an impressive 8-1 at home, compared to a more average 5-4 on the road. The weather in Calgary is usually bright and sunny – as no major city in Canada gets more days of sunshine during the year than Calgary does.