The Army Black Knights football program is one of the most storied in all of college football. The team represents the United States Military Academy, and is thus associated with a high level of tradition and honor. West Point first wielded a football team in 1890, and have won won three national championship titles. Attending an Army game, especially against Navy or the Air Force Academy in the hunt for the Commander in Chief's Trophy, is one of the most impressive college football experiences a fan can have. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for Army Black Knights football tickets.
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2017 Army Season Preview
The Army Black Knights enter the 2016 football season hoping to utilize the young team to improve game wins from last season. The 2015 season ended with 5 straight defeats in a row, finishing the season with 2 wins and 10 losses. As head coach Jeff Monken begins his third year with the Army, he has taken on an aggressive recruiting tactic to gain momentum into a successful season and gain a win against their rivals, Navy, for the first time in 14 years. The Army will focus on a running game with quarterback Ahmad Bradshaw, who is predicted to take the top spot this season, but Chris Carter could also gain some playing time in 2016 for the Army Black Knights. On the other side of the ball, top defensive ends, John Voit and Jordan Smith return this season to lead Army teammates. The most anticipated game on the Army Black Knights 2016 schedule will again be the final season game on the road against Navy. Other top games on the 2016 schedule will be home games against Air Force Falcons and North Texas. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Black Knights at home games or supporting Army on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all Army Black Knights' tickets, including home and away games.
Army Black Knights Football at Michie Stadium Address: 700 Mills Rd, West Point, New York, 10996
The Army Black Knights play their home football games at Michie Stadium at the U.S. Military Academy in West Point, New York. The stadium was rated by Sports Illustrated as the #3 ranked sports venue of the 20th century due to its breathtaking view of the Hudson River Valley and the USMA campus below. Michie Stadium holds a capacity crowd of just under 40,000 spectators. Attend an Army game you'll see all the cadets in attendance stand for the duration of the game. A game against one of the other academies is an epic battle you'll never forget. The Army Black Knights home bench is on the Michie Stadium sideline with sections 8-17. Michie Stadium parking information is covered in our Black Knights event guide.
Arguably the most passionate rivalry in all of sports, the success of both teams’ seasons comes down to this game. Played at rotating neutral fields, the two teams fight for the right to “sing second” as the alma maters from both schools are played at the end of the game, with the winning team singing last. The Black Knights trail slightly after 110 meetings, but win or lose this is one of the best atmospheres and experiences in college football.
Dating back to 1913, Army vs. Notre Dame is one of the legendary rivalries in college football. The first ever meeting of these teams saw the popularization of the forward pass, and serves as Notre Dame’s emergence on the national scene. Since then the teams have played over 45 games, with more than one being considered among the best ever played.
Army Black Knights in the College Football Playoff and Bowl Games
Representing the United States Army the Black Knights are one of the few FBS schools in which don’t belong to a conference. The Army Black Knights, Independent, have won more than 50 percent of their bowl games and have racked up an incredible 600 plus victories in school history. It’s hard for opponents not to be mesmerized by the black and gold when they enter Michie Field on Saturdays. Ticketcity offers tickets to all college football bowl games.
2015 Army Football Preview
Army came agonizingly close to ending their 13 year drought against arch-rival Navy in 2014, and come into 2015 looking to finally get a win over Annapolis. To get them there, the Black Knights will turn to senior quarterback A.J. Schurr. Schurr averaged over 7 yards a carry last season and will help orchestrate the Black Knights deadly rushing attack. Army has struggled in recent years to score points against top tier competition. Look for the Black Knights to continue to run the ball well in 2015, and look to reduce turnovers to help keep drives going. Top games on the Army Black Knights 2015 schedule will be at Penn State, Air Force, and against Rutgers and Navy.
2014 Army Football Preview
The 2013 season for Army ended with 5 straight defeats, including a 12th straight loss in the Army-Navy game. Rich Ellerson looks to turn this around in 2014, with what should be one of the best backfields in his tenure at West Point. Senior running back Terry Baggett returns after a 2013 season that saw him rush for over 1,100 yards and 8 touchdowns. He will be joined in the backfield by fellow seniors Angel Santiago, and Larry Dixon. The Black Knights biggest shortcoming in recent years have been on the defensive side of the ball. Army looks to put those woes behind them in 2014, with an experienced secondary headlined by senior free safety Geoffery Bacon. The biggest game for the Black Knights as always is the season finale against Navy. But if the Black Knights are to be bowl eligible for the first time since 2010, they will also need to find success against Buffalo, Yale, Kent State, and Fordham.
2013 Army Football Preview
Army has led the nation in rushing yards the last two seasons, but unfortunately, they have five wins to show for it in that span. In 2013, the other units must improve for Rich Ellerson’s team in order for the Black Knights to return to a bowl game for the first time since 2010. Ellerson will need to replace 4-year starter Trent Steelman. The quarterback cranked out 1,248 rushing yards and 17 touchdowns in his final season. A.J. Schurr will get the first chance at the job and the sophomore has the capability to be more of a factor in the passing game than Steelman was. Senior running back Raymond Maples returns after finishing behind Steelman in rushing yards with 1,215. Army will look to snap their 11-game losing streak against rival Navy in the season finale. The Black Knights will host Stanford and Wake Forest this upcoming season.
2011 Army Football Preview
Despite being one of the most historic football programs in the country, Army had been mired in a decade of irrelevance leading up to last season. But that all changed in 2010 when the Black Knights went to their first bowl game since 1996 and beat SMU 16-14. Things are looking up for Army in 2011 as it returns many starters and hopes to get back to the post-season.
On offense, the Black Knights will once again turn to their potent option-heavy scheme. Last season the team was able to rank inside the top ten in rushing, and with quarterback Trent Steelman back leading the way there's no reason why they shouldn't be productive once again. Additionally, running back Jared Hassin, who ran for more than a thousand yards last season, is returning to add to the Black Knights’ rushing attack.
The Army defense relied a lot on timely turnovers last year to keep opponents from scoring, but chances are they won't need such luck this season. Despite being undersized, the Black Knights have a great deal of speed on defense to make up for it and are great against the pass. With a balanced attack like that, Army should have no problem making it to bowl season in 2011.
Army Black Knights News - 1/25/2017
The Army Black Knights finished off the season on December 27th at the Heart of Dallas Bowl against the North Texas Mean Green. The Army won the game with a final score of 38-31. The Black Knights were in third in the Independent Conference with an overall college football season record of 8-5.