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Air Force Falcons Football Tickets
Having a history of playing great football, the Air Force Falcons has also been in a few championship games. The Air Force Falcons has played in two division championships thus far, winning the first one in 1998 and unfortunately losing the second one in 2015. The team also won the Commander in Chief's Trophy recently in 2014 and 2016. Competing for the Ram-Falcon trophy has also been successful for the Falcons as the team is currently at a 21-14 upper hand against its opponents. The Falcon stadium is a special location for both the Air Force football team and school body as it hosts the graduation ceremony each year as well. When the Falcons take on its opponents, the competition grabs the attention of the student body as well as fans of the great Air Force Academy. To see the Falcons play this season, grab your Air Force Falcons football tickets at StubHub.
What does the Air Force Falcon stadium look like?
The Falcon Stadium features an incredible view on the outer edges of the venue. The gorgeous blue mountains of Colorado are in the background of the stadium along with the luscious green trees. The seating capacity is just under 47,000. A high-definition video scoreboard with an area of 2,500 feet was installed in 2006 to increase visibility and emphasize special events. The stadium has three decks for seating and a wide press box on home team side. The words “Air Force” are written across the upper deck of seating on the home side with the word “Falcons” written in white in the end zones. Each end zone has an open turf area for extra room and media.
What is an Air Force football game like?
Each football game is enjoyable to watch as you can take in the surroundings in beautiful Colorado Springs, Colorado. Some of the unique traditions at Air Force football games include the Cadet March-on, the trained flying falcons during the game and the lively Air Force student body section’s energy. Before the game, every squadron of the Cadet Wing makes its way onto the field, followed by a grand procession and salute. Each cadet then makes a crazy run to his section right after the national anthem. To display the team’s real-life mascot, the Air Force Falcons has bird trainers spend weeks to train falcon birds to fly over the crowds, reaching speeds of 200 mph.
Does the Air Force Falcons have any historical rivalries?
The main rival for the Air Force Falcons football team is the Navy Midshipmen, which costs $56.
What Conference does the Air Force Falcons play in?