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The Navy Midshipmen average ticket prices for football games over the last four years have stayed relatively consistent. From the 2014 to 2016 college football seasons for Navy football tickets saw little to no change, maintaining an average within the $50 range. The current 2017 season for the Navy Midshipmen has experienced its highest ticket prices with an average price of $44, this is a 23% decrease from the previous 2016 college football season.

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(Data updated 9/20/2017)

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2017 Navy Season Preview

You’re at a Navy press-conference, and a reporter asks, “Coach, how do you define a successful season?” Everyone turns to stare at you in disbelief – “beat Army, you idiot!” Perhaps not as coarse, but you get the point. Beat Army, win ten games, get a bowl win, and the Midshipmen will be happy … Midshipmen. The key to all the above will be fullback Chris High. Navy likes to run, and this dude will need to do just that. At 6-0 and 224 pounds, the High hits, grinds, and does what it takes to nab an average of 6.4 yards per carry. QB Zach Abey will direct the attack with offensive guard Evan Martin and tackle Andrew Wood protecting and generating space for High. If linebacker Micah Thomas can hold his own with fellow linebacker D.J. Palmore, the O and D will click and all will be swell in Navy land. Whether you are planning on cheering on Navy at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium or supporting the Midshipmen on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all 2017 Navy Midshipmen tickets, including home and away games.

Navy Midshipmen Football at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium

Address: 550 Taylor Ave, Annapolis, Maryland, 21401

Navy plays their home games at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis. Maryland. The yearly Army-Navy game, however, isn't played in Annapolis. Instead it takes place at a neutral site in Philadelphia, Baltimore, or East Rutherford, New Jersey. Attend a Navy game and witness for yourself the tradition and honor associated with an Armed Forces athletic event. The Navy Midshipmen home bench is on the Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium sideline with sections 1-8. Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium parking is covered in our Midshipmen event guide.

Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium Seating Chart

Navy Midshipmen Rivals

Arguably the quintessential rivalry in all of college football, both schools seasons ride on this game. The two teams play on a neutral field for the right to “sing second,” as both alma maters are played at the conclusion of the game, with the winning team singing last. After playing over 110 times, the Midshipmen own a slight advantage in wins. The atmosphere and respect involved with this rivalry transcends sport and it is a highlight of every season.

Navy vs. Maryland

Known as the “Crab Bowl Classic,” this game is between the two most storied college football programs in the state of Maryland, with the winner taking home the “Crab Bowl Trophy.” Played over 20 times since 1905, Navy has enjoyed great success in this rivalry, winning the first 8 editions. The rivalry is currently suspended on the field, but passion and tensions still run high between these two powerhouses.

Navy vs. Rutgers

Dating back to 1891, this rivalry was renewed in 1995 and has produced some of the best games of the last decade. The Midshipmen and Scarlet Knights have battled back and forth for a leg up in this series, with neither team gaining a solid edge. Both teams have seen a similar resurgence over the last decade making future matchups all the more enticing.

Navy Midshipmen in Bowl Games and the College Football Playoff

The Midshipmen, who represent the United States Naval Academy, are one of College Football’s proudest programs. They have tons of recent success, reaching bowl games in almost every year since 2003. Because they play in the Independent conference they are not eligible for Conference Championships, but that hasn’t stopped them from racking up over 600 all-time wins!

Navy Midshipmen Event Guide

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What’s the best way to get to Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium?

You can take the Harry S. Truman Shuttle Service that runs every 20 minutes to the stadium. If you are driving to the stadium, you can park at the Germantown Elementary School on the corner of Cedar Park Drive and Glen Ave. for $20.

What’s the best place to eat at in Annapolis if you’re in town for a game?

O’Learys Seafood is a great place to have dinner. If you’re in Maryland, it has to be seafood and this is the best of the best. Try the crab cakes and you won’t be disappointed.

Do children need a ticket?

Children two and under do not need a ticket unless the child is occupying a seat.

Navy Midshipmen Preview History

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2016 Navy Football Preview

The Navy Midshipmen were led by head coach Ken Niumatalolo into a successful regular season with 10 wins and a Military Bowl win against the Pittsburgh Panthers. Last season the Navy were a part of the Western Division of the ACC; the first time not competing as an Independent. Kennan Reynolds, the Navy’s record-setting quarterback will not be returning, giving senior Tago Smith his opportunity to lead the offense. The defense will have six starters returning to the aggressive philosophy implemented by coordinator Dale Person. The Navy Shipmen are predicted to take the No. 2 spot in the ACC West but as they surprised fans last season they could go all the way and take the ACC title. The 2016 schedule for the Navy Midshipmen shows top games against Air Force, Notre Dame and Army.

2015 Navy Football Preview

The Navy Midshipmen come into the 2015 season with one of the most dynamic quarterbacks in the country. Keenan Reynolds is the latest in what has been a long line of fantastic signal callers for the Midshipmen. Reynolds accounted for 29 touchdowns as a junior, and will look to lead Navy to another great season in 2015. Navy will look to win a 14th straight against arch-rival Army this season, and Reynolds and company look up to the task as the season starts. Navy’s vaunted triple option will also include a senior backfield with split back’s Demond Brown, and DeBrandon Sanders both possessing big play speed. The top games on the Navy Midshipmen’s 2015 schedule will be against Air Force, at Notre Dame, and against Army to end the season.

2014 Navy Football Preview

Ken Niumatalolo and the Navy Midshipmen had another banner year in 2013. Navy won 9 games, including beating Air Force and arch-rival Army to claim the Commander in Chief’s Trophy for the 9th time since 2003. The Midshipmen’s renowned triple-option offense looks to continue to roll in 2014 with star quarterback Keenan Reynolds returning for his junior season. He will have plenty of help orchestrating the rushing attack from senior running back Noah Copeland who has been one of the Midshipmen’s top players over the last 2 seasons. Niumatolo’s defense will be anchored by senior linebackers Chris Johnson, Jordan Drake, and James Britton. Navy travels to Colorado to take on Air Force, and will play Army in Baltimore for the final game of the season. Other interesting games for Navy will be week 1 against Ohio State, and November 1st against Notre Dame.

2013 Navy Football Preview

The Navy Midshipmen have been the model of consistency in college football over the last decade as they have played in a bowl game in 9 of the last 10 years. Ken Niumatalolo enters his sixth season as the head coach of the Midshipmen and already ranks 4th on the all-time wins list. Navy also currently owns an 11-game win streak over their biggest rival Army. In 2013, the Midshipmen will use their patent triple-option offense led by quarterback Keenan Reynolds. Taking over as the play-caller six games into the season last year, the sophomore immediately stabilized the position and finished third on the team in rushing yards. However, Navy will need to replace leading rusher Gee Gee Greene, but fullback Noah Copeland returns after finishing second on the team. Navy will travel to Notre Dame, but will host Air Force and Pittsburgh before finishing the season against Army.

2011 Navy Football Preview

If there's one service academy that has dominated the college football scene as of late it's Navy. Not only have the midshipmen been the best of the military schools, they have also been among the most consistent teams across the board, even earning three wins in the last four years against archrival Notre Dame and a run of eight straight bowl games.

Much of Navy's success over the several years has been due to their impressive running game. That will be the case this year, as the offense will be led by first-year starter Kriss Proctor. However, he won't be the only weapons as fullback Alex Teich is one of the hardest runners in the NCAA, and Gee Gee Greene is a reliable tailback.

The defense may be one of the few holes on this talented Navy team, as it was some of the time last season. Only three starters are back from last year's squad and it may be difficult to make up for the losses. Still, they have a strong defensive end in senior Jabaree Tuani, who will be the leader of a squad that will hope to balance out a team that looks to continue its ride into post-season play.

2009 Navy Football Preview

The Navy Midshipmen will be looking for another successful season in 2009. Navy Head Coach Ken Niumatalolo enters his second full season and hopes to take his squad to their 3rd straight bowl game. For Navy to succeed Coach Ken will need to once again crank up their running game. Their high powered triple option running attack should once again be one of the best offenses in all of college football, so watch out for Navy in 2009.

2008 Navy Football Preview

After finishing the 2007 season with a respectable record of 8-4 and, perhaps more importantly, with wins over archrivals Army, Notre Dame, and the Air Force Academy; the Navy Midshipmen football team will be an exciting program to watch this coming year. The Midshipmen have gone to 5 bowl games in the last 5 years. Under New Coach Ken Niumatalolo, Navy will vie for another Commander in Chief's Trophy and a BCS bowl bid next season. The Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium will be an amazing place to be this season as Navy tries to once again become a national power.

 

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