The Dunsmore Cup (French: Coupe Dunsmore) is a Canadian sports trophy, presented annually to the winner of the university-level football competition conducted by Réseau du sport étudiant du Québec (RSEQ), the governing body for all student sports in the province of Quebec. The RSEQ university football conference, one of four within U Sports, was known as the Quebec University Football League before the 2011 season.
|Awarded for||RSEQ champion in U Sports football|
|Presented by||Réseau du sport étudiant du Québec|
|Current champions||Montreal Carabins|
|Most titles||Laval Rouge et Or (15)|
The Cup was first awarded in 1980 to the winner of the Ontario-Quebec Interuniversity Football Conference and, upon re-organisation into the Quebec Intercollegiate Football Conference (later the Quebec University Football League and now part of RSEQ), continues to be awarded as the Quebec conference's championship.
The Dunsmore Cup was donated by Bob Dunsmore of Queen's University, a 1915 Engineering graduate. He was the father of Robert Dunsmore, grandfather of Ross Dunsmore, Rosemary Dunsmore, and Katherine Camarta (née Dunsmore), and great grandfather of Andrew Dunsmore (b. 1983, Toronto), Shannon Sibold (b. 1984, Calgary), Michael Dunsmore (b. 1986, Toronto), William Sibold (b. 1989, Calgary), Georgia Sibold (b. 1992, Calgary), and Robert Van Wart (b. 1994, Toronto). Both Ross Dunsmore and Katherine Camarta are graduates of Queen's Law ('73, and '77 respectively).
|Date||Winning Team||Score||Losing Team||Score||Location|
|8 November 1980||Ottawa||13||Queen's||12||Ottawa, ON|
|14 November 1981||Queen's||26||McGill||19||Montréal, QC|
|6 November 1982||Concordia||25||Queen's||15||Montréal, QC|
|5 November 1983||Queen's||36||McGill||5||Kingston, ON|
|10 November 1984||Queen's||37||Bishop's||35||Lennoxville, QC|
|16 November 1985||Carleton||46||Concordia||21||Ottawa, ON|
|8 November 1986||Bishop's||38||Carleton||19||Lennoxville, QC|
|7 November 1987||McGill||32||Bishop's||16||Lennoxville, QC|
|5 November 1988||Bishop's||16||Queen's||7||Lennoxville, QC|
|4 November 1989||Queen's||39||Ottawa||18||Kingston, ON|
|10 November 1990||Bishop's||20||Queen's||9||Lennoxville, QC|
|9 November 1991||Queen's||34||Bishop's||31||Lennoxville, QC|
|7 November 1992||Queen's||32||Bishop's||6||Lennoxville, QC|
|6 November 1993||Concordia||10||Bishop's||7||Lennoxville, QC|
|5 November 1994||Bishop's||14||McGill||7||Montréal, QC|
|11 November 1995||Ottawa||8||Queen's||3||Ottawa, ON|
|9 November 1996||Ottawa||20||McGill||11||Ottawa, ON|
|8 November 1997*||Queen's||7||Ottawa||24||Kingston, ON|
|15 November 1998||Concordia||17||Laval||12||Montréal, QC|
|13 November 1999||Laval||38||Ottawa||6||Ste. Foy, QC|
|11 November 2000||Ottawa||26||Laval||9||Ste. Foy, QC|
|10 November 2001*||McGill||14||Laval||42||Québec, QC|
|9 November 2002||McGill||10||Concordia||6||Montréal, QC|
|9 November 2003||Laval||59||Concordia||7||Québec, QC|
|13 November 2004||Laval||30||Montréal||12||Montréal,QC|
|24 November 2005||Laval||19||Montréal||13||Québec, QC|
|11 November 2006||Laval||28||Concordia||12||Québec, QC|
|10 November 2007||Laval||35||Concordia||10||Québec, QC|
|9 November 2008||Laval||28||Concordia||17||Québec, QC|
|14 November 2009||Laval||31||Montréal||7||Québec, QC|
|13 November 2010||Laval||22||Sherbrooke||17||Québec, QC|
|12 November 2011||Laval||30||Montréal||7||Québec, QC|
|10 November 2012||Laval||40||Sherbrooke||17||Québec, QC|
|9 November 2013||Laval||14||Montréal||11||Québec, QC|
|15 November 2014||Montréal||12||Laval||9||Québec, QC|
|14 November 2015||Montréal||18||Laval||16||Québec, QC|
|12 November 2016||Laval||20||Montréal||17||Montréal, QC|
|11 November 2017||Laval||25||Montréal||22||Québec, QC|
|10 November 2018||Laval||14||Montréal||1||Québec, QC|
|9 November 2019||Montréal||25||Laval||10||Québec, QC|
- (*) Ottawa and Laval were later forced to forfeit all post season titles for use of ineligible players during the season.
|Laval Rouge et Or||21||15||6||.714|
|Queen's Golden Gaels||12||7||5||.583|
|Sherbrooke Vert et Or||2||0||2||.000|
Note: Since 2001, Queen's and Ottawa have played in the Ontario University Athletics conference and no longer compete for the Dunsmore Cup.
Note: Carleton re-established their football program in 2013, after a 15-year absence, they now compete in the Ontario University Athletics conference and no longer compete for the Dunsmore Cup.
- Past RSEQ Champions
- Watkins, R. E. (2004). "Brief historical overview of Canadian University Football". Quebec University Football League. Archived from the original on 2011-05-15. Retrieved 2008-10-25.
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