|1936 Boston Redskins season|
|Owner||George Preston Marshall|
|Head coach||Ray Flaherty|
|Home field||Fenway Park|
|Division place||1st NFL Eastern|
|Playoff finish||Lost NFL Championship (vs. Packers) 6–21|
The 1936 Boston Redskins season was the franchise's 5th season in the National Football League. The team finished with a record of seven wins and five losses and finished in first place in the Eastern Division of the National Football League. They won their final three games of the regular season to win the division title, the finale was a 14–0 shutout of the New York Giants at the Polo Grounds.
The Redskins hosted the 1936 NFL Championship game against the favored Green Bay Packers, the Western Division champions with a 10–1–1 record and two regular season victories over Boston. The game was moved by owner George Preston Marshall from Fenway Park in Boston to the Polo Grounds in New York City to improve attendance. The Packers won the title game 21–6.
This was the first winning season for the Redskins, as well as their first championship game appearance. It was also the last season that the Redskins played in Boston; days after the title game, Marshall announced the move to his hometown of Washington, D.C. for the 1937 season.
|1||September 13||at Pittsburgh Pirates||L 0–10||0–1||Forbes Field|
|2||September 20||at Philadelphia Eagles||W 26–3||1–1||Philadelphia Municipal Stadium|
|3||September 27||at Brooklyn Dodgers||W 14–3||2–1||Ebbets Field|
|4||October 4||New York Giants||L 0–7||2–2||Fenway Park|
|5||October 11||at Green Bay Packers||L 2–31||2–3||City Stadium|
|6||October 18||Philadelphia Eagles||W 17–7||3–3||Fenway Park|
|8||November 1||Chicago Cardinals||W 13–10||4–3||Fenway Park|
|9||November 8||Green Bay Packers||L 3–7||4–4||Fenway Park|
|10||November 15||Chicago Bears||L 0–26||4–5||Fenway Park|
|11||November 22||Brooklyn Dodgers||W 30–6||5–5||Fenway Park|
|12||November 29||Pittsburgh Pirates||W 30–0||6–5||Fenway Park|
|13||December 6||at New York Giants||W 14–0||7–5||Polo Grounds|
|Note: Intra-division opponents are in bold text.|
See also: 1936 NFL Championship Game
|Championship||December 13||Green Bay Packers||L 6–21||0–1||Polo Grounds|
|NFL Eastern Division|
|New York Giants||5||6||1||.455||3–3–1||115||163||L1|
Note: Tie games were not officially counted in the standings until 1972.