2010 Army Navy Game Tickets – Army Side, Navy Side, Information


2010 Army Navy Game Tickets are very difficult to come by, but not impossible. We’ll discuss some of the ways you can obtain them, as well as provide information on which side of Lincoln Financial Field is the Army side, which is the Navy side, and which specific section numbers fall on the respective sides.

The Army Side of Lincoln Financial Field Is the West Side; The Navy Side of Lincoln Financial Field Is the East Side

However, we thought that it would be most helpful to you, as you consider in what section you'd like to buy your tickets, if we just listed all of the section numbers, categorized for each side.

Accordingly, here is the complete list...

The Following Sections of Seats at Lincoln Financial Field, Are on the Army Side

Lower Level - 101, 102, 103, 104, 105, 106, 107, 108, 109, 110

Club Level - C1, C2, C3, C4, C5, C6, C9, C10, C35, C36, C37, C38, C39, C40

Upper Level - 201, 202, 203, 204, 205, 206, 207, 209, 210, 211, 212, 213, 214, 237

Conversely, The Following Sections of Seats at Lincoln Financial Field, Are on the Navy Side

Lower Level - 111, 112, 113, 114, 115, 116, 117, 118, 119, 120, 121, 122, 123, 124, 125, 126, 127, 128, 129

Club Level - C12, C13, C14, C15, C16, C19, C20, C21, C22, C23, C24, C25, C26, C27

Upper Level - 215, 216, 217, 218, 219, 220, 221, 222, 223, 224, 225, 226, 227, 228, 229, 230, 231, 233, 234, 235, 236



Which Gates at Lincoln Financial Field Should I Enter, To Get To My Seats Quickly?

If you are sitting on the Army side, the three fastest ways to your seats, are most likely the-

Comcast Gate, which is located directly at the corner of 11th Street and Pattison Avenue, just off Headhouse Plaza and the Army-Navy FanFest, located off the Army end zone

Verizon Wireless Gate, located at midfield on the Army side

South Gate, located off the Navy end zone

Conversely, if you are sitting on the Navy side, the fastest way to your seats, is most likely the-

Pepsi Gate, which is located on Pattison Avenue, on the opposite side of the Army-Navy FanFest, located off the Army end zone.

There Are No Genuinely Bad Seats, at Lincoln Financial Field - Due to the Comparative Newness of the Facility, And the Quality of the Architectural Design

Perhaps, you may not have the opportunity to attend an Army Navy Game in Philadelphia, in a while. To update you...

Veterans Stadium closed after the 2002 football season, and with it, all of the complaints about the facility. Citizens Bank Park, the new home of the Philadelphia Phillies, opened in April 2004, while Lincoln Financial Field opened for the 2003 football season.

As a result, Lincoln Financial Field has been the new Philadelphia home of the Army Navy Game, in years that the city has had the opportunity and privilege to host it. And, it is a top-of-the-line, A+ facility - one of the best football-only stadiums in America.

One major reason is that unlike Veterans Stadium, Lincoln Financial Field was built exclusively for football. Since Veterans Stadium was a multipurpose, 1970s stadium that had to accommodate both football and baseball, its football sightlines in particular, left something to be desired.

Recognizing this fact, the architects had the luxury of designing the new football stadium, with the opportunity to learn from the limitations of Veterans Stadium. As a result, high quality sightlines, designed specifically for football games, were one of the top priorities with the design of Lincoln Financial Field. And they achieved that goal with flying colors.

Accordingly, there are really no genuinely bad seats, at Lincoln Financial Field. Our advice would be, to try to move heaven and earth, to at least make sure that you get 2010 Army Navy Game tickets, somewhere- regardless of where the seat locations.

Trust us, you're going to enjoy the game, no matter how high up you are, or what angle you're at. You'll have a great time, no matter where you sit. For that reason, place a far greater emphasis on price and making sure that your tickets are legitimate and not forged, than the actual seat location. (And, naturally, if you're an Army or Navy fan, try to ensure that your tickets are on the appropriate side!)



2010 Army Navy Game Tickets are traditionally tough to obtain, but they're not impossible. Here are some tips...

StubHub – The Most Trusted and Reliable Source for Tickets

StubHub has developed a justified reputation as the safest and most trusted source for tickets for any event, and the 2010 Army Navy Game is no exception to that belief.

The one major downside to StubHub, is that due to its very safety and reliability, it is also very popular, and demand will generally far outstrip supply. The range of the prices for 2010 Army Navy Game tickets on StubHub, is huge, from as low as $45 to as high as $700...

How To Maximize Your Chances Of Buying Valid 2010 Army Navy Game Tickets, Rather Than Worthless Forgeries and Counterfeit Ticket

Note that we said “maximize your chances”, instead of “ensure your chances”, because other than buying them from the academies, or Lincoln Financial Field, you can’t be 100% sure. (Even with StubHub, although you’re protected against forgeries – you’ll get your money back, but if the tickets aren’t real, you’ll still have missed out on your experience of seeing the 2010 Army Navy Game…)

A Description of the Appearance of Genuine 2010 Army Navy Game Tickets

Genuine 2010 Army Navy Game tickets have the following characteristics, starting from the top, in descending order:

They will be vertical and rectangular in shape

They will have an off-white bar at the top, reading December 11, 2010 above Lincoln Financial Field

In a white section, you will see your level - i.e., Lower Level, the Section, Row, Seat Number, and Price

Underneath that, there will be Gate - with the name of the corporate-sponsored Gate that is the fastest way in for you, holding that particular ticket, and an Account Number

A long bar code

A navy field, filled with light blue stars, with the logo of a football (top half black, bottom half red) and Army / Navy emblazoned on it, with a gold ribbon reading USAA, the corporate sponsor, underneath the football

Underneath the main section, there will be a duplicate of all of the information, above the main section – bar code, section, etc.

Most importantly, there will be holograms within the middle section – above the football, and along its sides.

As an anti-counterfeiting measure, all Lincoln Financial Field event tickets have this bar code technology. When you arrive there, the gatekeeper will scan your ticket through the bar code reader – if your ticket doesn’t successfully scan through, you won’t be admitted! Period.

For this reason – do everything you can to ensure that your 2010 Army Navy Game Tickets are real, before you buy them! Under no circumstances, should you attempt to buy them from scalpers, outside, or in the general vicinity of, Lincoln Financial Field. Get them from eBay, StubHub, or another legitimate source…



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