Discussion in 'Naval Academy - USNA' started by smithneck, Dec 3, 2009.
It seems to be top-secret and I would like to get tickets near my son!
It's not a secret and if they sit in the same sections as last year, mids from USNA sat in approx. sections 125-128 in the NE corner of the endzone. The game is always sold out, so your actual 'choice' of seats you are buying is rather limited unless you are buying from one of the online ticket services.
Last year Army was home and this year Navy is the home team so Navy will sit on the west side. They actually sit in the corners so Navy will have the "Comcast" corner and Army will have the "Pepsi" corner.
Here is a link to the field layout:
Also don't forget the flyover comes from the south.
Honestly - just get tickets. There are plenty left on Stub Hub and the price will probably continue to drop as the game gets closer. Consider that it might be fun for you to sit across from the mids so you can see them. Your mid also will have the opportunity to meet you during the game so you can buy hotdogs for him and his friends!
If you want to watch the march on - get there and be in your seats early!
LOL! The last thing I would want to do is sit across from the Mid section smack in the middle of the Army fans!
This site will give you the seating for Army and Navy:
Mids and Cadets in the Corners on the north end.
If you in the Stadium before march-on's If you go up to the upper deck at the north end zone you can watch them lining up in the parking lot prior to marching onto the field.
For the Mids - the buses get into town fairly early. They get full motorcade - police escort up from Annapolis.
I have an extra ticket in section C-4 if you are interested.
why not? Army fans are nice. Navy fans are nice, too.
I took my d a few years ago and we got tickets on the Navy side. She had fun telling everyone she was applying to Army and sitting where she could see the cadets and all their shenanigans.
Where do the Prepsters sit?
^Near the Cadets
DS jumped on the field to do push ups with his prepster uniform on at an Army game last month while there, he told me he plans on doing the same on Saturday...I told him to make sure he won't get in trouble...
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