|Date of birth||April 18, 1918|
|Place of birth||Calgary, Alberta|
|Date of death||December 12, 1975(aged 57)|
|Place of death||Calgary, Alberta|
|Career highlights and awards|
|Awards||1946 - Jeff Nicklin Memorial Trophy|
|Honors||1948 - Grey Cup Champion|
Bill Wusyk (April 18, 1918 – December 12, 1975) was a Canadian football player.
After the war Wusyk joined the newly formed Calgary Stampeders for what would turn out to be a 4-year stay. In 1946 he led the Western Interprovincial Football Union in scoring with 4 converts, 8 field goals and 4 rouges (singles) for 32 points. This won him an all-star and the first Jeff Nicklin Memorial Trophy as best player in the west. He was Cowtown's leading scorer again in 1947 (8 converts, 4 FGs and a rouge for 21 points) and in 1948 he was part of their great first Grey Cup winning team.
- Wusyk Reports to Grizzlies Saskatoon Star-Phoenix, August 28, 1941
- Bill Wusyk Wins Nicklin Memorial The Calgary Herald, October 26, 1946
- Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and Museum - 1948 Calgary Stampeders, Football Team Archived September 29, 2011, at the Wayback Machine.