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The Army/Navy Game was recently ranked fifth among "Best Sporting Events to See Live," behind only the Masters, World Cup, Super Bowl, and Summer Olympics, according to a new book The 100 Sporting Events You Must See Live (Robert Tuchman, BenBella Books, 2009).
For the first time, Cadets and Midshipmen will face off in a number of exciting competitions throughout Philadelphia, concluding with the final challenge at the Army/Navy Game.
A collaboration of regional partners helped to ensure Philadelphia's continued role as host to Army/Navy, including the City of Philadelphia, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Eagles, Philadelphia Sports Congress, a division of the Philadelphia Convention and Visitors Bureau, and the Army/Navy Host Committee.
The USNA and USMA today announced that the Army/Navy Game will be held in Philadelphia in 2004, 2005, 2006 and 2008, in addition to this year's game under the current contract that will be played in Philadelphia's new Lincoln Financial Field on December 6, 2003.
This year's Army/Navy match-up marks the 107th meeting of the two teams and the 80th game to be played in Philadelphia.
This year's Army/Navy football game marks the 102nd edition of the interservice rivalry, and the 76th game to be played in Philadelphia.
Pep bands, cheerleaders, and Army and Navy fans will get fired up for the game at the official Army/Navy Pep Rally, located in the heart of Center City.
DETAILS: This is the 102nd game of the Army/Navy rivalry, and the 76th
We are proud to host one of the greatest rivalries in all of sports here in Philadelphia," said Larry Needle, executive director, Philadelphia Sports Congress, a division of the Philadelphia Convention & Visitors Bureau, which produces Army/Navy weekend.
The Army/Navy Game captures the true American spirit.
These special Army/Navy promotions allow our alumni and fans all over the world to participate in the `Great American Classic'-- the Army/Navy football game," said Naval Academy Director of Athletics Jack Lengyel.
For up-to-date information, logon to the new interactive Army/Navy Game Web site at www.