BALTIMORE STALLIONS (1994-1995)
Updated: 08 july 2020
Founded: 1994
Defunct: 1995
Location: Baltimore, MD, USA
Division: South
STADIUM

(MEMORIAL STADIUM)
DEFUNCT TEAMS


Baltimore CFL Colts began in 1994 and played in the East Division before switching to the South Division in 1995. In 1996, their owners relocated the team to Montreal as a new re-incarnation of the Alouettes and a return to football in the city since 1987.
They became the only American team to win the Grey Cup in 1995.
The team name was initially chosen as the CFL Colts as a way of drawing new fans to the game as Baltimore had been home to the original NFL Colts who had left in 1983. The NFL banned the CFL from using the name, as they owned the copyright, and therefore Stallions was chosen as the name.
NAMES
Baltimore CFLers (1994)
Baltimore Stallions (1995)
AFFILIATIONS
East Division (1994)
South Division (1995)
AWARDS
GREY CUP CHAMPIONSHIPS (1)
  • 1995
DIVISION CHAMPIONSHIPS (2)
  • EAST DIVISION: 1994
  • SOUTH DIVISION: 1995
DIVISION TITLES (2)
  • EAST DIVISION: 1994
  • SOUTH DIVISION: 1995
PLAYOFFS APPEARANCES (2)
1994,1995
SEASONS
SEASON DIVISION FINISH RECORD PLAYOFFS
1994 EAST 2ND 12-6 Won East Semi-Final (Argonauts) 34-15
Won East Final (Blue Bombers) 14-12 Lost 82nd Grey Cup (Lions) 26-23
1995 SOUTH 1ST 5-5 Won South Semi-Final (Blue Bombers) 36-21
Won South Final vs San Antonio Texans 21-11
Won 83rd Grey Cup (Stampeders) 37-20
GREY CUP APPEARANCES
DATE GREY CUP W/L OPPONENT SCORE LOCATION VICTORY #
1994 82ND L  BRITISH COLUMBIA 26-23 VANCOUVER -
1995 83RD W  CALGARY 37-20 REGINA 1