Hamilton Tiger-Cats

Country Canada Canada
City Ontario
Founded 1950
Website www.ticats.ca

The Hamilton Tiger-Cats> are a Canadian Football League team which is based in Hamilton in Ontario. Founded in 1950, it was formed with the amalgamation of the Hamilton Flying Wildcats and the Hamilton Tigers. The team plays their home matches at the Ivor Wynne Stadium.

This team is East Division team with black, white and gold colors uniform colors and the helmet design with that of a black background with a leaping tiger. The nickname given to the team is Ti-Cats, Tabbies and Tigers. The Head coach of the team is Marcel Bellefeuille with Bob O’Billovich being the General Manager.

Some of the head coaches of the team were Carl Voyles, Ralph Sazio, Al Dorrow, Jerry Williams, Bob Shaw, John Payne, Bud Riley and many more. The recent coach is Marcel Bellefeuille. Some of the squad team mates include Kevin Glenn, Darcy Brown, Matt Carter, Chris Bauman, Marlon Williams, Peter Dyakowski and many others.

Major Achievements

Till date, the team has won the Grey Cup championship for eight times and the years that they won this championship were in 1953, 1957, 1963, 1965, 1967, 1972, 1986 and the last recent achievement being in 1999. This team has won league championships every decade of the 20th century, an achievement which is matched by the Triple-A Rochester Red Wings of the International League.

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