In Game

You won’t find a better place to take in a CFL game then McMahon Stadium. Calgary Stampeders games are packed full of excellent on the field action, diehard fans, and tons of pageantry and traditions making them some of the best in the league.

The Stampeders have only missed the playoffs six times since 1978, so you’ll almost always see a competitive team when taking in a game at McMahon Stadium. Calgary’s success over the years has made them one of the most well-supported teams in the league as well as one of the best teams to watch year in and year out.

The Stampeders success on the field isn’t the only reason to come out to a game. The fans here love their team and create a fantastic atmosphere that can rival that of any other CFL team. No matter what the score you’ll always find Stampeders fans backing their team creating a fun atmosphere at every game.

Finally, you’ll see lots of pageantry and tradition on display at a Stampeders game making it an unforgettable experience. Quick Six, the touchdown horse, is a can’t miss part of any Stampeders game as you’ll see him streaking down the field for every Calgary touchdown. McMahon Stadium is also home to the oldest mascot in the league and an incredible cheerleading squad, so don’t miss any of the in-game entertainment when attending a Stampeders game.

Calgarians love the Stampeders, and it shows on game days as the team, crowd, and traditions on display at McMahon Stadium are all top-notch. Start planning your trip to Calgary today to see some of the best CFL action around.

Things to check out

Wall of Fame

Make sure to check out the Stampeders Wall of Fame at McMahon Stadium. The Wall of Fame honors all of the best players and coaches in Stampeders history and is a must-see for any CFL fan.

Stamps Store

Stop by the Stamps Store to pick up a souvenir from your trip to McMahon Stadium. Here you’ll find a wide variety of Stampeders merchandise including t-shirts, jerseys, hats, and much more.

Quick Six: Touchdown Horse

After every Stampeders score, a white horse known as Quick Six rides down the field in celebration. The touchdown celebration causes the entire stadium to erupt, so get loud when you see the Stampeders score and Quick Six take the field.

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Flag Bearer

The flag bearer is one of the Stampeders newer traditions having just started in 2015, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t one of the best. Before every game, one player leads the team onto the field carrying the team flag and leading the charge. Don’t miss the flag bearer to see if your favorite player is leading the Stamps onto the field.

Ralph the Dog

Ralph the Dog is the oldest mascot in the CFL as well a can’t miss part of any Stampeders game. Ralph gets into all kinds of shenanigans throughout the game, so keep an eye out for him as you wouldn’t want to miss him.

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The Outriders are the cheer team of the Stampeders, and they put on a fantastic show at the game. You won’t want to miss the Outriders’ routines, so stay in your seat when you see these talented performers take the field.

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Fight Songs

  1. Ye Men of Calgary

    Hit ’em again, ye men of Calgary
    Get on the ball and let’s go marching down the field
    While there’s a goal in sight, play on with all your might
    ‘Til the victory’s won, get in and fight, fight, fight!

    We’re all behind you, men of Calgary
    So when your backs are to the wall don’t ever yield
    Come on you Red and White, we need a win tonight
    Hit ’em again, ye men of Calgary!

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