|1993 Sacramento Gold Miners season|
|Head Coach||Kay Stephenson|
|Home Field||Hornet Stadium|
|Playoff Finish||did not qualify|
|Previous season||Next season|
The 1993 Sacramento Gold Miners finished in 5th place in the West Division with a 6–12 record. In 1993, the Canadian Football League admitted its first U.S. franchise, the Sacramento Gold Miners (formerly the Sacramento Surge of the WLAF), in an attempt to broaden Canadian football's popular appeal and boost league revenues.
|A||Winnipeg Blue Bombers||21–15||1–0|
|Sacramento Gold Miners||18||6||12||0||498||509||12|
|1||Ottawa Rough Riders||23–32||0–1|
|8||Winnipeg Blue Bombers||18–30||2–6|
|11||Ottawa Rough Riders||47–15||3–8|
|15||Winnipeg Blue Bombers||26–33||4–11|
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