Army vs Navy Live Stream Game Coverage On ESPN, FOX, CBS, SKY, NBCSN, TNT, truTV, TBS Or Any TV Channels Online, Here You Can Easily Watch Your All The Favorite Team Match Commander in Chief Trophy 2017 Live Stream.For the 118th time Army and Navy will go to battle in front of a national TV audiance. Those looking for football to watch Saturday, December 9 will have one choice and one choice alone — the 118th playing of America’s Game.
What: Army Black Knights (8-3) vs. Navy Midshipmen (6-5)
When: 12 p.m. PT, Saturday, Dec. 9
Where: M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, Maryland
Series history: This is 118th meeting between Army and Navy, with the Midshipmen holding a 60-50-7 advantage.
Previous meeting: Army won last year’s game 21-17, its first victory in the series since 2001 (15 games).
To close the college football regular season, a classic rivalry game will take place on Saturday afternoon between Army and Navy. This will take place at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, MD, home of the NFL’s Baltimore Ravens.
Army is heading into their last game of the season at 6-5. They clinched a bowl game already since they have six wins, and will face North Texas in the Heart of Dallas Bowl later in the postseason.
The Black Knights have struggled in the second half of the season, though, as they began the year 3-0 and lost five of their last seven. They lost two of their past three games to Air Force and Notre Dame, but destroyed Morgan State, 60-3.
Navy has had a terrific year after star quarterback Keenan Reynolds went to the NFL Draft. They are 9-3 and sit at No. 25 in the polls, mostly due to four wins in their past five games. This includes defeating Notre Dame earlier this season.
However, the Midshipmen will be without some crucial players. They lost quarterback Will Worth and running back Toneo Gulley to season-ending injuries last weekend, and will have to roll with backups to take on their rivals. This will technically be Navy’s third quarterback of the year as they started with Tago Smith to start the season.
The game will see Navy looking to avenge last year’s loss to Army, their first setback to them in 14 meetings. Lincoln Financial Field hosts the game, as it will for the next four years. The players are excited to play in the home of the NFL’s Philadelphia Eagles.
“The team loves to be able to play in an NFL Stadium,” Army defensive lineman and captain John Voit said. “It feels like you’re big time and makes the game so much bigger.”