The 120th meeting between Army and Navy is set to take place in Philadelphia on Saturday.
Navy enters the rivalry matchup with a narrow 60-52-7 advantage in the all-time series; a lead that has trimmed in recent years.
The Midshipmen tore off a series-record 14 straight wins from 2002 to 2015 but the Black Knights have responded by capturing the previous three games.
As for Saturday’s battle, Navy is expected to bring the third link of the season’s Commander-in-Chief’s Trophy. Navy, ranked 21st in the latest AP poll, already has quality wins this season over SMU and Air Force and is slated to play on New Year’s Eve against Kansas State in the Liberty Bowl.
Below is all the info you need to watch Army vs. Navy on Saturday, including kickoff time, TV channel and a uniforms for the rivalry matchup.
What channel is Army vs. Navy on today?
Army vs. Navy can be seen live on CBS. Brad Nessler will do play-by-play, Gary Danielson will handle color commentator duties and Jamie Erdahl will do the sideline reporting.
What time does Army vs. Navy start?
- Date: Saturday, Dec. 14
- Start time: Noon ET
Army vs. Navy is the only FBS college football game on the schedule for Saturday. The matchup traditionally wraps up the regular season the week before the bowl games begin and the week after the conference championships conclude.
Army football jersey 2019
As is usually the case with the annual Army vs. Navy matchup, both teams don highly detailed uniforms that are sure to pop in the biggest game of the season for the service academy squads.
For Army, the Black Knights are going with white tops and matte gray pants. The tops have several badges as well, including one that reads “FIRST TEAM” on the right shoulder and “ARMY” on the left shoulder. The Army patch is influenced by the same patch that is seen on the U.S. Army uniforms.
Navy football jersey 2019
As for Navy, the Midshipmen are rolling out throwback-style uniforms to honor Heisman winners Joe Bellino and Roger Staubach. The 1960s-style uniforms feature blue tops, gold pants and gold helmets. Painted details on the helmet are influenced by the Heisman Trophy.
History of the Army vs. Navy football rivalry
The first Army vs. Navy game took place on Nov. 29, 1890, which resulted in a 24-0 Navy victory. Starting in 1930, the rivalry game took place annually and has been typically hosted in either Baltimore, New York City or Philadelphia.
For much of the first half of the 1900s, the Army vs. Navy game had national implications, but has since largely reverted to a rivalry game with lesser weight on the national scale. Regardless, the game has been televised nationally since 1945 and marks the final regular season game of the season since 2009.
The 10 previous results from the rivalry matchup are listed below.
|Dec. 8, 2018||No. 22 Army 17, Navy 10||Philadelphia, Pa.|
|Dec. 9, 2017||Army 14, Navy 13||Philadelphia, Pa.|
|Dec. 10, 2016||Army 21, Navy 17||Baltimore, Md.|
|Dec. 12, 2015||No. 21 Navy 21, Army 17||Philadelphia, Pa.|
|Dec. 13, 2014||Navy 17, Army 10||Baltimore, Md.|
|Dec. 14, 2013||Navy 34, Army 7||Philadelphia, Pa.|
|Dec. 8, 2012||Navy 17, Army 13||Philadelphia, Pa.|
|Dec. 10, 2011||Navy 27, Army 21||Landover, Md.|
|Dec, 11, 2010||Navy 31, Army 17||Philadelphia, Pa.|
|Dec. 12, 2009||Navy 17, Army 3||Philadelphia|