Montreal AAA Winged Wheelers
|Based in||Montreal, Quebec, Canada|
|Home field||Montreal AAA Grounds|
The Montreal AAA Winged Wheelers were a Canadian football team and a member of the Interprovincial Rugby Football Union, a league that preceded the Canadian Football League. The team existed from 1872 to 1935. The Montreal AAA sponsored the Montreal Foot Ball Club, founded April 8, 1872. The Montreal Foot Ball Club joined the Quebec Rugby Football Union in 1883 and used the AAA grounds to play its games. The AAA Winged Wheelers started in the IRFU in 1907.
The team won the 1931 Grey Cup championship.
- Founded: 1919
- Home stadium: Montreal AAA Grounds
- IRFU regular season championships: 3 — 1919, 1931, 1933
- IRFU championships: 2 — 1919, 1931
Canadian Football Hall of Famers
|1931||6||0||0||112||39||12||1st||Won 19th Grey Cup|
|1933||4||2||0||67||55||8||1st - tie||Lost IRFU 2 game playoff|
|Totals||38||62||3||79||-||1 Grey Cup|
- The team colours are an educated guess. The Montreal AAA hockey team colours are known; blue and white. A Canadian Football Hall of Fame photo from 1931 (19th Grey Cup) shows the team wearing a dark jersey and darkish pants. They likely were wearing blue and some gray coloured pants.
- Montreal AAA Winged Wheelers hockey team colours
- "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2010-12-01. Retrieved 2011-03-14.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link) HISTORY OF THE MONTREAL ALOUETTES