Larry Robinson

Class of 1998

Larry Robinson was a tremendous all around player, beginning as a receiver, later switching to the defensive safety position, and then eventually becoming an excellent place kicker.

A prolific scorer, he was the first player to score 1,000 points in the CFL. Fans well remember his dramatic field goal in a Regina blizzard to secure the Calgary Stampeders Western final victory in 1970.

He never missed a game in his 14 seasons with Calgary.

Larry Robinson was a recipient of the President’s Award in 1972 as the Calgary Stampeders Most Valuable Player, and is also a member of the Stampeders Wall of Fame.

Playing Career

Calgary Stampeders
1961 - 1975


  • Dr. Beattie Martin Trophy
  • Most Outstanding Canadian in the West Division
    1964, 1965
  • Dave Dryburgh Memorial Trophy
    1964, 1965
  • Grey Cup Participation
    1968, 1970, 1971
  • Grey Cup Winning Teams