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Hamilton AAA Grounds

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Hamilton AAA Grounds

The Hamilton Amateur Athletic Association Grounds (also known as the Hamilton AAA Grounds) is a park located on the north side of Charlton Avenue West, between Locke Street South and Queen Street South, in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. The park served as home to the Hamilton Tigers from 1872-1949. In 1950, the Tigers amalgamated with the Hamilton Wildcats to create the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. The new team became the permanent tenants of Ivor Wynne Stadium, and played their home games there until 2012. The Tiger-Cats joined the Canadian Football League as an inaugural member in 1958. A plaque outlining much of the Grounds history (including information on the Grey Cup games played there) is located next to the main entrance on Charlton.

Grey Cup at HAAA Grounds

Grey Cup Date Champion Score Loser Attendance
2nd Grey Cup 26 November 1910 Toronto Varsity Blues 16-7 Hamilton Tigers 12 000
4th Grey Cup 30 November 1912 Hamilton Alerts 11-4 Toronto Argonauts 5337
5th Grey Cup 29 November 1913 Hamilton Tigers 44-2 Toronto Parkdale Canoe Club 2100
16th Grey Cup 1 December 1928 Hamilton Tigers 30-0 Regina Roughriders 4767
17th Grey Cup 30 November 1929 Hamilton Tigers 14-3 Regina Roughriders 1906
20th Grey Cup 3 December 1932 Hamilton Tigers 25-6 Regina Roughriders 4806
23rd Grey Cup 7 December 1935 Winnipeg 'Pegs 18-12 Hamilton Tigers 6405

External links

  • Timeline of Canadian football history

Coordinates: 43°15′12″N 79°53′01″W / 43.253455°N 79.883512°W / 43.253455; -79.883512

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