|カナダ プレミアリーグ||10/28 22:00||1|| フォージFC v カヴァーリーFC ||L||2-1|
|カナディアンサッカーリーグ||10/21 20:00||2|| カヴァーリーFC v パシフィックFC ||W||2-1|
|カナダ プレミアリーグ||10/14 21:00||2|| カヴァーリーFC v フォージFC ||L||1-2|
|カナダ プレミアリーグ||10/07 21:00||-|| カヴァーリーFC v パシフィックFC ||W||3-0|
|カナダ プレミアリーグ||09/30 01:00||-|| カヴァーリーFC v ヴァラFC ||W||2-1|
|カナダ プレミアリーグ||09/23 17:00||-|| York United FC v カヴァーリーFC ||W||0-1|
|カナダ プレミアリーグ||09/16 21:00||-|| カヴァーリーFC v バンクーバーFC ||W||2-1|
|カナダ プレミアリーグ||09/12 22:00||-|| HFXワンダラーズFC v カヴァーリーFC ||W||1-2|
|カナダ プレミアリーグ||09/09 23:00||-|| フォージFC v カヴァーリーFC ||D||0-0|
|カナダ プレミアリーグ||09/02 23:00||-|| アトレティコオタワ v カヴァーリーFC ||W||1-2|
|カナダ プレミアリーグ||08/27 21:00||-|| カヴァーリーFC v パシフィックFC ||W||1-0|
|カナダ プレミアリーグ||08/20 21:00||-|| カヴァーリーFC v York United FC ||W||2-1|
|Failed to score||5||1||4|
Cavalry Football Club, is a Canadian professional soccer club based in the Calgary metropolitan region of Alberta. The club competes at the top of the Canadian soccer league system in the Canadian Premier League, and plays their home matches at ATCO Field on the grounds of Spruce Meadows in Foothills County.
The team is managed by Tommy Wheeldon Jr. and owned by Spruce Meadows Sports & Entertainment.
On May 5, 2018, Calgary was one of four cities accepted by the Canadian Soccer Association for professional club membership.
Cavalry FC was announced on May 17, 2018, as the second team to officially join the Canadian Premier League. Spruce Meadows Sports & Entertainment Group CEO Linda Southern-Heathcott and COO Ian Allison were joined by league commissioner David Clanachan and league president Paul Beirne to unveil the team.
The club's name, crest and colours were all revealed at the event at Spruce Meadows, while Tommy Wheeldon Jr. was announced as head coach and general manager. Plans to renovate existing facilities at Spruce Meadows, resulting in a soccer-specific stadium with a capacity of at least 5,000 seats, were also revealed.
On June 26, 2019, Cavalry FC qualified for the 2019 Canadian Premier League Championship by winning the inaugural CPL Spring season. The following month the Cavs became the first CPL club to defeat a Major League Soccer club in the Canadian Championship by upsetting Vancouver Whitecaps FC in 2019 over two-legs.
Goalkeeper Marco Carducci became the first CPL player called up to the Canada men's national soccer team when, on August 28, 2019, he was requested for a pair of Nations League A matches against Cuba.