The Baltimore CFL Colts

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  • Location/name history of team:
    • Located in Baltimore, MD
      • From Dec. 16, 1994 to Feb. 1, 1996 as the Baltimore Stallions
      • From March 1, 1994 to Dec. 16, 1994 as the Baltimore CFL Colts
  • Member of:
  • Regular Season Division/League Penants: (1) – 1995
  • Grey Cup Appearances: (2) – 1994, 1995
  • Grey Cup Championships: (1) – 1995

Baltimore Stallion Seasons

Baltimore CFL Colt Seasons

Franchises associated with Baltimore CFL Colts

Historical Record

Best and Worst Regular Season Records

Baltimore CFL Colts Best Seasons
Year(s) GP W L T PCT
1 1994 18 12 6 0 0.667
Baltimore CFL Colts Worst Seasons
Year(s) GP W L T PCT
1 1994 18 12 6 0 0.667

Stadium

  • Last home: Memorial Stadium
  • Capacity: 54,600
  • Playing surface: Natural Grass
  • Last stadium change: 1994 – Opened 1950

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Coaches

Head Coaches

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Database Stats

Baltimore CFL Colts Scoring Records

Regular Season

Most Points, Game
Most Points, Quarter

Regular Season Games Played Leaders

All-Time
  • 18 – Tracy Ham
  • 18 – Tracy Gravely
  • 18 – Michael Brooks
  • 18 – Chris Armstrong
  • 18 – Scott Miller
  • 18 – Shar Pourdanesh
  • 18 – Peter Tuipulotu
  • 18 – Charles Anthony
  • 18 – Ken Watson
  • 18 – Shawn Jones
  • 18 – Walter Wilson
  • 18 – Robert Presbury

Games played figures are unofficial. Please refer to official sources.

Record Streaks for the Baltimore CFL Colts Regular Season

Winning Streak
Overall
  • 4 games (Sept. 18, 1994 — Oct. 7, 1994)
  • 2 games (Oct. 22, 1994 — Oct. 29, 1994)
  • 2 games (Aug. 27, 1994 — Sept. 3, 1994)
Home
  • 4 games (Oct. 1, 1994 — Oct. 29, 1994)
  • 2 games (July 23, 1994 — Aug. 10, 1994)
Visitor
  • 5 games (Aug. 6, 1994 — Sept. 25, 1994)
Unbeaten Streak
Overall
  • 4 games (Sept. 18, 1994 — Oct. 7, 1994)
  • 2 games (Oct. 22, 1994 — Oct. 29, 1994)
  • 2 games (Aug. 27, 1994 — Sept. 3, 1994)
Home
  • 4 games (Oct. 1, 1994 — Oct. 29, 1994)
  • 2 games (July 23, 1994 — Aug. 10, 1994)
Visitor
  • 5 games (Aug. 6, 1994 — Sept. 25, 1994)
Losing Streak
Overall
  • No data
Home
  • 2 games (Aug. 20, 1994 — Sept. 10, 1994)
Visitor
  • 2 games (Oct. 16, 1994 — Nov. 5, 1994)
Winless Streak
Overall
  • No data
Home
  • 2 games (Aug. 20, 1994 — Sept. 10, 1994)
Visitor
  • 2 games (Oct. 16, 1994 — Nov. 5, 1994)

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Notes

  • Baltimore announced name as Baltimore CFL Colts March 1, 1994
  • The Indianapolis Colts, the NFL and NFL Properties Inc. filed a lawsuit against the Baltimore CFL Colts for trademark infringement on April 29th, 1994
  • A judge granted a preliminary junction preventing the team from using the name "Colts" on June 27, 1994. The name and mascot were found to violate the trademarks of the plaintiffs.
  • By June 29th, Baltimore had chosen to be called the Baltimore CFLs until appeals and a final ruling could be rendered. All signage with the word Colts had to be removed or covered up.
  • All appeals failed and negotiation with the NFL failed. On December 16, 1994, Baltimore owner Jim Speros announced the club's legal name would be the Baltimore Football Club and would have the nickname Stallions. The same logo was used.

Baltimore CFL Colts Labour Day Weekend Record

Home

There are no home Labour Day Weekend games.

Visitor
OpponentDayRecord
(W-L-T-OTL)
Average
Attendance
Total1-0-0-016,332.0
ShreveportLabour Day Weekend1-0-0-016,332.0
All Baltimore CFL Colts Labour Day Results