The Alouettes Alumni Association’s objectives are to support members in their career transition, to represent the team and to be involved in the community.

Composed of over 400 former players of the Montreal Alouettes, the ever-growing Association is taking bold initiatives and together, the members continue the tradition by being involved socially.
The Association is chaired by Étienne Boulay who is supported by a board of directors.


Social involvment

The Alouettes Alumni Association maintains the tradition by being involved in the community and helping young athletes.

In recent years, the Alouettes Alumni Association has awarded bursaries for a total of nearly $ 50 000 for young athletes who distinguish themselves in school.



Fans, partners and members of the Alouettes Alumni Association have the privilege to meet several times a year during fundraising activities. The purpose of these activities is to raise funds to provide scholarships to athletes who stand out in school or to allow the Association to highlight the involvement or the exploits of our members and create a fund ‘relief for our former players.

Game ball delivery and Opening of the Cage
Many members of the Association attend Alouettes home games and have the opportunity to participate in pre-game official ceremonies, including the unlocking of the lock on the Cage and the game ball delivery.

2017 – Reunion for the 40th Anniversary of the 1977 Grey Cup

Legends Breakfast
During the 2008 Grey Cup in Montreal, the Association hosted the Legends Breakfast at which the jersey of the great Hal Patterson was retired. Among the numerous Alouettes’ Alumni in attendance that day were Sam Etcheverry, Larry Smith, Glen Keeble, Tracy Ham, Tony Proudfoot, Gabriel Grégoire, Mike Sutherland and Angelo Mosca. CFL greats in the room included Michael Clemons, Matt Dunigan, Hector Pothier and Danny McManus.
If you wish to join the Alouettes Alumni Association or wish to get more information, please email Crooke@montrealalouettes.com