The 1919 Massillon Tigers football season was their last season in existence. The Tigers 1918 season was cancelled due to the outbreak of World War I and the Spanish flu pandemic. The team would be represented by Ralph Hay at the formation of the National Football League in 1920, however the league was unable to find a buyer for the Tigers.
|1919 Massillon Tigers season|
|Head Coach||Bob Nash|
|Home Field||Hospital Grounds Stadium|
|Playoff Finish||No playoffs|
|Previous season||Next season|
The Tigers posted a 6-3-1 record in 1919.
|1||October 5, 1919||Youngstown Patricians||W 27-0|
|2||October 12, 1919||Cleveland Indians||W 3-0|
|3||October 19, 1919||at Detroit Heralds||W 17-0|
|4||October 28, 1919||at Akron Indians||W 9-6|
|5||November 11, 1919||Akron Indians||W 13-6|
|6||November 14, 1919||at Cleveland Indians||L 3-0|
|7||November 16, 1919||at Canton Bulldogs||L 23-0|
|8||November 18, 1919||Dayton Triangles||T 0-0|
|9||November 25, 1919||at Cleveland Indians||W 7-0|
|10||November 26, 1919||at Canton Bulldogs||L 10-0|
- "Twilight". PFRA Annual (Professional Football Researchers Association): 1–10. http://www.profootballresearchers.org/Articles/Twilight.pdf.