Although the Air Force football program had a rough beginning with only three bowl appearances in their first 25 seasons, the Falcons have had a strong program since the 1980’s. In that time, Air Force has become a program that plays in a bowl almost every year.
Air Forces best season came in 1985 when they went 12-1. They went on to beat the Texas Longhorns in the Bluebonnet Bowl and finished the season ranked no. 5.
Due to their military affiliation, the Falcons have a fan base that consists not only of Air Force Academy students and alumni, but also of Air Force soldiers and veterans across the United States. Anywhere the Falcons travel, it is guaranteed that there will be fans at the game wearing blue to support the team. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for Air Force Falcons Bowl Game tickets.
Air Force Falcons Recent Bowl Game History
Despite missing a bowl game in 2013, Air Force had played in a bowl game the past six years before that. Their last bowl game was the Armed Forces Bowl in 2012 when they lost to the Rice Owls by a score of 33-14. The average ticket price for that game was $60.