With the folding of both clubs in Moose Jaw and Saskatoon, the Regina Roughriders became a provincially community-owned club (and has remained so since), and, consequently, changed their name to the Saskatchewan Roughriders in 1946. It is the first recorded instance of a major-league team in North America branding itself as a statewide or province-wide team. Prior to the 1948 season, the ...
The 54th Grey Cup was hosted at Empire Stadium in Vancouver, British Columbia on November 26, 1966. The Saskatchewan Roughriders won their first Grey Cup after 53 years of competition for this trophy, after losing eight times. With Eagle Keys as head coach, the Roughriders defeated the Ottawa Rough Riders led by Frank Clair by a score of 29-14. George ...
The 95th Grey Cup was held in Toronto at the Rogers Centre on November 25, 2007. The Grey Cup, first awarded in 1909, in the championship game of the Canadian Football League. It was played between the Saskatchewan Roughriders and the Winnipeg Blue Bombers, with the Roughriders winning 23 – 19. It was the first Grey Cup meeting between the ...
The 101st Grey Cup was a Canadian football game played between the East Division champion Hamilton Tiger-Cats and the West Division champion Saskatchewan Roughriders of the Canadian Football League to decide the Grey Cup champions of the 2013 season. The game took place on November 24, 2013, at Mosaic Stadium at Taylor Field in Regina, Saskatchewan. It was the third Grey Cup game to be hosted in Regina following the 83rd and 91st editions of the game. The Roughriders won their fourth championship with a score ...
The Saskatchewan Roughriders is a professional Canadian football team based in Regina, Saskatchewan. The Roughriders play in the West Division of the Canadian Football League.
1958 – Present / Canadian Football League
1910 - Present / Saskatchewan Roughriders
Roughriders - The nickname Roughriders adopted by Regina likely comes from the name given to horsemen, specifically those that broke broncos. NWMP members who played two rugby matches in Winnipeg in 1890 were referred to as "Roughriders" and Regina was home to the NWMP, who later became the RCMP. While the team was referred to casually as the Roughriders once in 1915 in the Regina Leader the team officially adopted the name in 1924. Prior to that they were known as the Regina Rugby Club. In 1946 the team switched to a provincial designation and became the Saskatchewan Roughriders, officially adopting that moniker in 1950.
Grey Cup 4
2013, 2007, 1989, 1966
2017 - Present / Mosaic Stadium
2006 - 2016 / Mosaic Stadium at Taylor Field
1947 - 2005 / Taylor Field
1936 - 1946 / Park de Young
1910 - Present / Community - Widely Held
23 / Ron Lancaster
34 / George Reed
36 / Dave Ridgway
40 / Mel Becket
44 / Roger Aldag
55 / Mario DeMarco
56 / Ray Syrnyk
73 / Gordon Sturtridge
*Blue is this team’s history