The 1927 Hartford Giants season was their fourth and final season in existence. The team played the prior season as the Hartford Blues of the National Football League. However after the 1926 season, the NFL's owners voted to cut down the number of teams from 22 to 12. As a result Hartford's franchise was eliminated. Blues' owner George Mulligan reorganized the team into a semi-pro team, the Hartford Giants. The data for the team's overall record is incomplete, however it is clear that posted a 7-1 reecord in the game results that are known.  The Giants would disband for good after the season.
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|1927 Hartford Giants season|
|Head Coach||Vincent Lacava|
|Home Field||East Hartford Velodrome, Clarkin Field|
|Record||7-1 (incomplete data)|
|Playoff Finish||"No Playoffs"|
|Previous season||Next season|
|1||October 2, 1927||Fort Slocum||W 18-0|
|2||October 10, 1927||Flushing Triangles||W 27-0|
|3||October 16, 1927||New London Submarine Base||W 2-0|
|4||October 23, 1927||Silvertowns of Springfield||W 7-0|
|5||November 6, 1927||All-Hartford||W 12-0|
|6||November 13, 1927||All-Hartford||W 20-0|
|7||November 20, 1927||at All-New Britain||L 0-13|
|8||November 27, 1925||at All-New Britain||W 9-0|
- ↑ 1925 Hartford Blues
- ↑ Hogrogian, John (1982). "The Hartford Blues Part II". Coffin Corner (Professional Football Researchers Association) 4 (9): 1–5. http://www.profootballresearchers.org/Coffin_Corner/04-09-110.pdf.