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Vancouver Seawolves
Division West
Founded 1926
Inaugural Season 1978
Stadium Empire Stadium (1960–)
City Vancouver, British Columbia
Team Owner/President David Sutter
Head Coach Babe Stewart
Team Colours Green, Blue, White
Division titles 2: 1978, 1979
Dominion Cups 1: 1978
History Vancouver Seawolves (1926–present)

The Vancouver Seawolves are a professional football team based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. A charter member of the Northern Football Association, which they joined for its inaugural 1978 season after 51 years in the Canadian Football Association, the Seawolves play their home games at Empire Stadium.

The Seawolves won the first Dominion Cup, defeating the Toronto Dukes 45–38.

HistoryEdit

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Season-by-season resultsEdit

Dominion Cup Champions Dominion Cup Appearance Division Champions Playoff Berth
Season League Division Regular season Postseason results
Finish Wins Losses Ties
Vancouver Seawolves
1978 NFA West 1st 10 2 0 Won Dominion Cup I (Toronto) 45–38
1979 NFA West 1st 9 3 0 TBD Dominion Cup II (Toronto)
Total 19 5 0 (includes only regular season)
1 0 0 (includes only the postseason)
20 5 0 (includes both regular season and postseason)
e v Northern Football Association teams
East: Manitoba Stags · Montreal Maroons · Ottawa Capitals · Toronto Dukes
West: Calgary Wranglers · Edmonton Drillers · Saskatoon Yellowheads · Vancouver Seawolves