Army/Navy Game Football Tickets
Teams: Army Black Knights and Navy Midshipmen
Schools: United States Military Academy (USMA) at West Point and United States Naval Academy (USNA) at Annapolis
Conference: Army is independent, and Navy plays in The American Conference
Venue: Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia
Coaches: Jeff Monken (Army) and Ken Niumatalolo (Navy)
History: Navy leads 60-52-7
Army/Navy Game Football TicketsSince 1890, the Army and Navy football teams have gone to the football field to take their organizations' rivalry to the next level. Army and Navy played each other regularly in the early part of the 1900s, and they've been playing annually since 1930. The game has historically been played the weekend of Thanksgiving, and it's now held in December as the last regular-season game of the Division I football season. While the individual Army and Navy teams have fluctuated with their records and seasons, these two groups have long been favorites of many in the nation. There's no escaping the history involved in this game, and it's humbling to watch young men play their hearts out while also preparing to serve the country. This is especially true when the cadets sing their alma maters at the end of the game. Navy has a better record in this rivalry, and it recently enjoyed a 14-year winning streak, which was broken in 2016. Grab your Army/Navy Game football tickets at StubHub.
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Where does the Army/Navy football game take place?The game has been played in various venues. The 1926 game was played in Chicago, and the 1983 game was played in Pasadena. All the rest have been played in the Northeast. For 2019, the venue is Lincoln Financial Field. This is the home field of the Philadelphia Eagles of the NFL and the Temple University Owls football team. It has a seating capacity of nearly 70,000.
Are there other notable games these teams play in?Army has other rivalries with Air Force and Notre Dame. When the team plays Notre Dame, that game is televised nationally. That game has recently been held in South Bend, West Point, East Rutherford and Yankee Stadium. Navy also has rivalries with Notre Dame and Air Force. For both academies, the Air Force game helps determine the winner of the Commander-in-Chief's Trophy.
What can I expect at an Army/Navy football game?These games are now held in modern and spacious stadiums, so the experience will be like one at a top-tier college or professional football game. Lincoln Financial Field opened in 2003, and it has more than 170 luxury suites and two club lounges open to people who hold tickets in suites and the club seat areas. The general seating areas have access to many different types of concessions, so you can always grab a snack or drink to enjoy during the game. Overall, the crowd is enthusiastic and energetic, and the experience is memorable.
How is the tailgating scene at Army/Navy football games?If history tells us anything, it's that alumni and supporters of the Army and Navy are very vocal about their support. The tailgating scene is vibrant, with veterans, friends and family members of veterans all joining together for some pre-game fun. To help boost the energy of the crowd, the academy bands may make their way through the various lots, which open approximately four and a half hours prior to kick off.
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