Notable Players: Vernon Adams Jr, Jake Wieneke, Boris Bede
Hall of Famers: Ben Cahoon, Anthony Calvillo, Dan Yochum
Montreal Alouettes Tickets
The Montreal Alouettes play in the Eastern Division of the CFL. Though Montreal is better known as a hockey market, there's a very long tradition of college and professional football in the city. There's been football in Montreal since at least the 1860s. The Montreal Alouettes were officially founded in 1946. The Alouettes hit the ground running, making their presence felt in the league from the start. By 1949, they had already claimed their first league championship. During the 1950s, they made it to three finals, but couldn't quite claim the Cup. In the 2000s, the Alouettes had a decadelong revival thanks to players like Ben Cahoon and Anthony Calvillo. Today's Alouettes squad includes electrifying players like receiver Jake Wieneke and kicker Boris Bede. The Alouettes have a devoted and vocal fanbase. In addition to football, there's also a tradition of pre-game and private tailgating at Montreal Alouettes games. Get your tickets to see the Montreal Alouettes at StubHub.
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Where do the Montreal Alouettes play?
The Montreal Alouettes play at Percival Molson Memorial Stadium. Named after a standout McGill University athlete who died in World War I, the stadium sits in MacDonald Park in Montreal. The Alouettes played at Molson Stadium through the 1950s and 1960s. Later in the 60s, the Alouettes left Molson Stadium. By 1998, they were back. Percival Molson Memorial Stadium is an intimate venue, allowing the crowd to get involved in the game. It's also easily accessible by car, subway or STM shuttle. The move back to Molson Stadium has been part of revitalization for both the team and the stadium. In addition to hosting the Alouettes, Molson Stadium is also home to McGill's football team.
Who is the head coach of the Montreal Alouettes?
The head coach of the Montreal Alouettes is Khari Jones. He's held that title since 2019. Before being appointed as head coach of the Alouettes, Jones served as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach. He's continued to do both of those jobs in addition to his head coaching duties. During his first season behind the bench, the Alouettes compiled a 10-8 record, which was good enough to make the playoffs. This was the Alouettes' first playoff appearance since 2014. Before working with the Montreal Alouettes, Khari Jones was on the coaching staff of the BC Lions, Saskatchewan Roughriders and Hamilton Tiger-Cats. In addition to his coaching career, Khari Jones had a long and successful CFL football career as a quarterback. In 2001, he was named the CFL’s Most Outstanding Player. Jones' assistant coaches include Bob Slowik, André Bolduc and Mickey Donovan.
Have the Alouettes ever won a Grey Cup?
Yes, the Montreal Alouettes have won the CFL league championship seven times over the years. The team claimed their first Grey Cup back in 1949. More recently, the Alouettes won Grey Cups in 2009 and 2010. The Alouettes also hosted the Grey Cup in 2001 and 2008, in partnership with the City of Montreal. Those games were held at Olympic Stadium.
Who are some notable Montreal Alouettes?
The Montreal Alouettes have a long tradition of success. Over the years, more than 30 Alouettes have made it into the CFL Hall of Fame. Notable Alouettes throughout the years have included Dan Yochum, who played offensive tackle for the Alouettes in the 1970s. Yochum won two Grey Cups with the Alouettes and one in Edmonton. More recently, Anthony Calvillo quarterbacked the Alouettes to three Grey Cups in 2002, 2009 and 2010. He played 20 seasons in the CFL and was inducted into the CFL Hall of Fame in 2017. Today's Alouettes roster includes standout players like quarterback Vernon Adams Jr. and linebacker Henoc Muamba.Back to Top