One of college football’s most treasured and storied rivalries will continue as the Army Black Knights take on the Navy Midshipmen for the 121st time on December 12, 2020.
The 2020 Army-Navy Game Army uniform tells the brave story of the Soldiers of the 15th Infantry Division during the Korean War, “Tropic Lightning.”
The Army West Point football team unveiled its 2020 Army-Navy Game uniform Sunday. The uniform tells the story of the Soldiers of the 25th Infantry Division during the Korean War. In honoring the past of the Tropic Lightning Division, the uniform reveals the story of valor, courage and sacrifice of the Soldiers who served that era as today’s Soldiers don their patches, adopt their mottos and hold their deeds close to their hearts. For more details on the uniform, visit www.tropiclightning.football. (Photo Credit: Photo by Dustin Satloff/Army Athletic Communications)
Where to watch
The 121st Army-Navy Game presented by USAA will be played on December 12, 2020 at 3p.m. ET on the CBS network. In addition, we can look forward to ESPN’s College GameDay set to come to “America’s Game.”
How to watch
Be sure to watch with family and those you’ve served with both near and far virtually by opening up that second screen! Download one of the official custom Army-Navy Game Zoom backgrounds to show just who you are rooting for before and during the game.
USAA has planned the Army-Navy House sweepstakes to allow fans to carry on the rivalry from the comfort of their home. Fans can visit www.ArmyNavyHouse.com and upload a photo that shows off their fandom to be entered into the sweepstakes for a chance to win a trip to the 2021 Army-Navy Game in New York City. One winner from each fandom will be chosen. Fans can also share their uploaded photos to social media using the hashtag #ArmyNavyHouse.
In addition to the two grand prize winners, 1,000 fans from each Academy who upload a photo will be eligible to win a commemorative ticket from this year’s game. Many Army-Navy fans have ticket stubs from games they have attended for the past 10, 20 or 30 years in a row. The commemorative ticket is a chance for fans to keep their streak alive even though they can’t be there in person.
What do you think of this year’s Army uniform? What is your favorite Army-Navy Game uniform? Let us know in the comments!
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