Navy Midshipmen announce 2012 & 2013 Football Schedules

By Kevin Kelley -

NavyThe Navy Midshipmen have released their 2012 and 2013 football schedules, the school announced today.

Navy opens the 2012 season on September 1 against Notre Dame at Aviva Stadium in Dublin, Ireland. After an off week, the Midshipmen travel to face Penn State (09/15) and host VMI (09/22) and San Jose State (09/29).

Navy hits the road again with trips to Air Force (10/06) and Central Michigan (10/13) followed by a home game against Indiana (10/20). After a visit to face East Carolina (10/27), the Midshipmen host Florida Atlantic (11/03), travel to Troy (11/10) and then host Texas State (11/17).

After two consecutive off weeks, Navy faces Army on December 8 in the annual Army-Navy Game at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, PA.

The Midshipmen open the 2013 campaign with a road game at Indiana on September 7, followed by a home game against Delaware on September 14. After an off week, Navy travels to Western Kentucky (09/28), hosts Air Force (10/05) and then travels to Duke (10/12) and Toledo (10/19).

On October 26, the Pittsburgh Panthers visit Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. Navy then hits the road to face Notre Dame on November 2.

Navy then hosts Hawaii (11/09) and South Alabama (11/16) before traveling to San Jose State (11/23).

The Midshipmen close the 2013 season on December 14 against Army in the Army-Navy Game. Like the 2012 game, it will also be played at Lincoln Financial Field.

Listed below are links to Navy’s 2012 and 2013 football schedules:

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One Comment to Navy Midshipmen announce 2012 & 2013 Football Schedules

  1. Jerry D. McConkey said....

    I Love the Naval Academy, after all I am a retired 1st class Boatswainsmate, and I have been stationed around the country in numerous places. I will admit, I loved every second of it the whole time I was in the 21 1/2 years. So even after all these years I do feel I still belong with the Navy, I retired in 1993. So for now ” Go Navy, and Beat Army “

    August 13, 2012 at 9:09 pm