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The Armed Forces Bowl is played each December at the Amon G. Carter Stadium in Fort Worth, TX. Since 2003 the Armed Forces Bowl has treated millions of fans to some of the most exciting bowl games in college football. The game matches up one of the top teams from the Mountain West Conference with either Navy or Army. The Armed Forces Bowl is sponsored by Bell Helicopter, and has been sponsored in the past by previous sponsors. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl tickets.

2014 Armed Forces Bowl Preview

The 2013 Armed Forces Bowl pit the Middle Tennessee State Blue Raiders against the Navy Midshipmen at TCU's Amon G. Carter Stadium. Though MTSU was coming off an exceptional end to their season the Blue Raiders just didn't have enough fire power to play with the Midshipmen. Navy would prove to be the better team with a 24-6 win keeping Middle Tennessee State out of the end zone for the entire game. Check back later for a preview of the 2014 Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl between the Mountain West and Army.

Check out our Armed Forces Bowl Preview History page for previews of previous Armed Forces Bowl games.

Armed Forces Bowl at Amon G. Carter Stadium

Address: 2850 Stadium Dr, Fort Worth, Texas, 76109

The Amon G. Carter Stadium in Fort Worth, Texas is home to the TCU Horned Frogs during the regular season. In recent years the stadium has undergone some huge re-constructive upgrades making it one of the nicest college football stadiums in the state of Texas. Amon G. Carter Stadium now holds up to 45,000 fans with 4 separate levels of stands.

 

100 Level

Sections 101-109 is the home team sideline, while 120-128 is behind the visitors.

200 Level

This is the upper level for most of the stadium, and still provides great views at a smaller price.

300,400 Level

This level only exists on the west side of the stadium. The 400 level is above the suites and is the cheapest ticket in the house.

Amon G. Carter Stadium Seating Chart
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What are best attractions to see when in Fort Worth for the Armed Forces Bowl?

There’s a lot to do in Fort Worth these days, and you’d be denying yourself some fun if you didn’t check out the Stockyards. It’s old historical Fort Worth and includes the world’s largest Honky Tonk: Billy Bob's. If you want to see a country show, this is your spot. Of course, there is also a top class Zoo if you want to take the whole family for a day there.

Where are the best places to eat in Fort Worth for the Armed Forces Bowl?

Lots of places to eat around TCU, including Dutch’s Hamburgers and Bonnells. If you’ll make the short trip west, Aventino’s is a great Italian spot.

What are the best games in Armed Forces Bowl history?

The very first game, where Boise State beat TCU, was one of the best in its short history. Cal also won 42-36 over Air Force in 2007 after being down 14-0 in the first quarter to the Falcons.

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Armed Forces Bowl- Excellent time & great tickets My dad, husband and oldest son had a fantastic time at the Armed Forces Bowl. The entire experience was incredible (except for the SMU loss). TicketCity got the tickets here in plenty of time and was great to work with. Venue at Ford Stadium was fun and the pre-game activities (cool military equipment) made the day for my 8 year old. January 1, 2011
Great Family Experience No matter who the teams are in the game, I take my family to the Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl every year. Yes, the football game is always competitive, but the real reason we go is it gives us the one chance out of the year to pay tribute to what really matters and that is our men and women in uniform. If it wasn't for them then we wouldn't have bowl games. I love the games being at TCU, but I can make the sacrifice to drive to SMU as it's a small price to pay to give thanks when our soldiers pay a larger price every day. October 11, 2010
Excellent Game! I enjoy attending the Armed Forces Bowl every year because of the exciting games I have seen over the years. Watching back-to-back kick off returns for touchdowns is something I have never seen before and probably won't see again, but I saw it last year at the AFB. With the adventure area outside and the great games we have seen, it is an awesome time for the family! August 30, 2010
AWESOME, AWESOME, AWESOME! Great event for the price! We took our 8 year old nephew, and he enjoyed every minute of the game. Good venue. Lots going on inside and outside the stadium. The nephew really liked all the tanks on displays in the festival area. Plan to keep going each year. We have family in the military so it is nice to go somewhere to celebrate them during the holidays. August 27, 2010
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