Tickets for the 2016 Navy football season are now on sale. Navy will play five games at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium and will play host to Notre Dame in Jacksonville, Fla. on Saturday, Nov. 5.
The Mids kick off the season on Sept. 3 against Fordham and will host an opponent from the American Athletic Conference for Homecoming on Oct. 22. The Mids will play conference foes UConn, Houston, Memphis and Tulsa at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium this year. A complete schedule is expected to be released by the conference office in February.
Reserved season tickets for all five Annapolis home games will be $185.
Season ticket holders are eligible to purchase additional single-game tickets to Annapolis home games as well as season parking ($100).
Season ticket holders are also able to purchase tickets to the Army-Navy Game presented by USAA in Baltimore on Saturday, Dec. 10. Army-Navy tickets are $85 for reserved and $135 for club seats.
Navy-Notre Dame tickets will also go on sale on Tuesday and will be available to anybody interested in purchasing them (you do not need to be a season ticket holder). Reserved lower level tickets are $85 and club seats are $125.
Tickets can be purchased by calling the Navy Ticket Office at 1-800-US4-NAVY from 9:00 AM-5:00 PM Monday-Friday or online 24 hours per day at: http://www.navysports.com/tickets/navy-tickets-m-footbl.html
The following are the on-sale priority dates to purchase tickets
April 19: Admiral’s Row Blue & Gold Members
April 27: 3-Star Blue & Gold Members and Midshipmen
May 4: 2-Star Blue & Gold Members and NAAA Life Members
May 11: 1-Star Blue & Gold Members
May 19: USNA Faculty and Staff and Alumni
June 15: General Public
To become a member of the Blue & Gold or for other opportunities to support Navy Athletics click here: http://www.navysports.com/supportnavy/
Navy is coming off a school-record 11-win season that saw the Mids win the Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy, share the AAC West Division title with Houston and win the Military Bowl over Pitt.
Navy went 7-0 at home last year and has won 10 straight games at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. It is the longest home winning streak since Navy won 10straight from 1980-82. The Mids are 19-3 at home over the last four years and have won 17 of their last 20 games overall.