1915 in Canadian football
The following are Canadian football events from 1915.
On November 6, 1915, a game won by the Toronto Argonauts 19–15 over the Ottawa Rough Riders was called because of darkness and protested by Ottawa. An IRFU executive upheld the protest and declared the result as no-game.
In the summer of 1915, the Winnipeg Rowing Club reformed as the Victoria Rugby Club (a.k.a. Winnipeg Victorias). On the eve of the 1915 MRFU season, the senior team of the Winnipeg Victorias pulled the plug on their season. The Victorias players continued to practice and on October 23, 1915, they played as members of the Winnipeg Canoe Club against the Winnipeg Tigers. The Tigers won the only game of the 1915 season by a score of 10-4.
This is the Final Season of Canadian Football before World War 1 the games were suspended until 1920
Final regular season standings
Note: GP = Games Played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, PF = Points For, PA = Points Against, Pts = Points
*Bold text means that they have clinched the playoffs
|Football Union||League Champion|
|WCRFU||Regina Rugby Club|
|CIRFU||No League Play|
|ORFU||Toronto Rowing and Athletic Association|
|MRFU||No League Champion|
|SRFU||Regina Rugby Club|
Grey Cup Playoffs
Note: All dates in 1915
|Quarter Finals||Semi Finals||Grey Cup Final|
|ORFU||Toronto Rowing Club||7|
|ORFU||Hamilton Rowing Club|
Grey Cup Championship
1914 in Canadian football
|Canadian football seasons||Succeeded by
1919 in Canadian football
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