There may be no game in college football as important to the two competing universities as Army-Navy, and Army Black Knights vs Navy Midshipmen tickets are highly sought after by fans, alumni, and students at both universities. The Army vs Navy game has been the embodiment of inter-service rivalry for over 100 years and has an atmosphere that is unlike any other game in college football. The game serves as a sendoff for the seniors from both West Point and Annapolis, and the students from both universities come adorned in their branches military garb.
The first Army-Navy game was played in 1890, and has been played annually since, with an exception of 10 years. The winner of the game is awarded the Thompson Trophy, as well as gains valuable points towards the Commander-in-Chief’s Trophy. While every game on the Black Knights and Midshipmen’s schedule is important, the success of the season comes down to which one wins the Army-Navy game.
The demand for Army vs Navy tickets is so high, that neither universities facilities are large enough to accommodate the amount of fans. Because of this, the Black Knights and Midshipmen meat annually at a neutral field, which rotates between stadiums including Lincoln Financial Field, M&T Bank Stadium, FedEx Field, and other top stadiums around the country. While demand for Army-Navy tickets is always high, TicketCity suppliers have a large inventory of Army vs Navy tickets, including some of the top seats at the lowest prices.
Saturday, December 10, 2016 at M&T Bank Stadium (Baltimore, MD) Black Knights 21, Midshipmen 17The Army-Navy Game was one for the books as the Army Black Knights broke their 14-year losing streak against the Navy Midshipmen with a final score of 21-17. Both sides of the Army field skills were strong from the start of the game as the Navy were not able to score until the second half while the Black Knights had already gotten into the end zone twice before halftime. Tickets for the 2017 Navy vs Army matchup were in high-demand with an average ticket price of $259.
Saturday, December 12, 2015 at Lincoln Financial Field (Philadelphia, PA) Midshipmen 21, Black Knights 17Legendary Navy quarterback Keenan Reynalds entered his final Army-Navy game, looking for a clean sweep against the Black Knights, and had a chance to set the Division I record for the most rushing touchdowns in a career. While the Midshipmen came in with a 9 win season, and as one of the best rushing attacks in the country, Army was sliding, finding only 2 wins so far on the season. But the passion and intensity of the Army vs Navy matchup should never bee overlooked, as Army quarterback Chris Carter blew out of the gates throwing for 208 yards on 9 of 15 passing. Army took a 17-14 lead into halftime, and were in position to win their first game against Navy in over a decade. But Reynalds led Navy back, rushing for a touchdown in the 3rd quarter to seal a 21-17 victory. The win was the 14th in a row for the Midshipmen in the Army vs Navy series.
Saturday, December 13, 2014 at M&T Bank Stadium (Baltimore, MD) Midshipmen 17, Black Knights 10Army entered the 2014 Army-Navy game desperately looking to end their 12 game losing streak to the Midshipmen. The Black Knights jumped out to a quick lead, blocking a Navy punt and returning it for a touchdown. The energy on the Army side of the stadium was as high as it has been in a decade. But the methodical Navy triple-option offense took over and the Midshipmen rattled off 17 straight points. Navy would win the matchup for a record 13th straight time, by a score of 17-10.
Saturday, December 14, 2013 at Lincoln Financial Field (Philadelphia, PA) Midshipmen 34, Black Knights 7The Midshipmen's dominance of the Army-Navy game is reaching unprecedented levels in the series. Navy rode the outstanding play of Keenan Robinson to a massive win over the Black Knights, a 12th in a row for Navy. The Midshipmen scored early and often, while their defense only gave up a single touchdown to the Black Knights. Keenan Robinson set the NCAA record for single season rushing touchdowns, in Navy's 34-7 victory.