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Bowl Season is a special time of year for college football fans, as their favorite team looks to finish the season with a victory in one final game. Teams that are picked to play in bowls have endured the long grind of the regular season, have had a successful campaign, and are looking to bring one final piece of hardware back to campus.
The Armed Forces Bowl played at Amon G. Carter Stadium in Fort Worth, Texas is one such bowl game that will keep fans around the country glued to their screens this winter. Rather than having to huddle around a TV to watch your team in the game, choose your Armed Forces Bowl tickets with SelectATicket and witness the action live!
The Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl is produced by ESPN Regional Television and has been televised since its inception. The game is played at Amon G. Carter Stadium on the campus of Texas Christian University (TCU) and was known as the Fort Worth Bowl from its first game in 2003 until 2006.
There have been numerous conference tie-ins over the years, but, following the 2013 season, the bowl committee partnered with the American Athletic Conference, Big Ten Conference, Big 12 Conference, Mountain West Conference, and FBS-independent Army for a schedule of matchups for future games.
The partnerships assure that either the Army, Navy, or Air Force team has the possibility of earning a spot in the bowl each year. In 2017, Army will face a representative from the Big Ten in the game, while the American Athletic Conference (home of Navy) faces the Big 12 in 2018 and the Mountain West Conference (home of Air Force) battles the Big Ten in 2019.
The very first matchup of the, then, Fort Worth Bowl saw Boise State defeat TCU 34-31. The first Armed Forces Bowl featured Utah defeating Tulsa 25-13 in 2006. Since then, one of the three service academies have played in the bowl eight out of a potential 11 times (as of 2016), each winning once.
Amon G. Carter Stadium at TCU has a capacity of 45,000, meaning there is plenty of room for college football fans to watch their favorite team in the bowl game. The stadium sits up against other buildings in the athletic complex on campus, including Schollmaier Arena (basketball.
As such, the majority of seats for football fans wrap around the field in a horseshoe pattern. Field level sections surround the south end zone, while 100 and 200 level seats are available on the east and north sides of the stadium, and 100-400 level seats can be found on the west side.
The positioning of stands at the stadium makes for great sightlines from every level, and you will have the ability to cheer on your team from your choice of location. You can confirm the Armed Forces Bowl date for this year in our list of events on this page and click through to see available tickets. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions about this event!
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