Al Stevenson

Al Stevenson played for the Montreal Hornets in 1945 and then joined the new Montreal Alouettes franchise for the 1946 season.  Stevenson played six seasons in total for the Als (1946-51) and won a Grey Cup with them in 1949. After retiring as a football player, Stevenson purused a career in the Canadian Army.  Stevenson served as an assistant coach for the Royal Military Colleged (RMC) at Kingston under another former CFL player, Tony Golab and also coached the second team.  Al Stevenson was killed in a car accident on January 4, 1958.

Al Stevenenson on Fanbase

Stevenson One of the First Year Als - August 28, 1946

Stevenson Leavs Als For Business Reasons - August 4, 1948

Stevenson Rejoins Alouttes - September 12, 1951

Stevenson Killed in Car Crash - January 6, 1958


Year Team GP
1945 MH
1946 MON 11
1947 MON 11
1948 MON 1
1949 MON 12
1950 MON 12
1951 MON 12

Official gams played stats were not kept in the East until 1960.  The numbers above are from the 2006 Montreal Media Guide and are unofficial.


Al Stevenson 1946