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Army Football Club
P O Box 99
West Point, NY 10996

Frank Brunner
Membership Chair
usma1989@
verizon.net

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Cell: 941-812-9927


Pauline Mariany
Administrator
pauline.armyfootball
club@yahoo.com
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Cell: 845-926-7901



Welcome to the AFC Website  

 
Thank you to everyone who attended the Army Football Games at home during 2019.  It has been a rough year for our team, but it is not over yet.  Saturday the Black Knights will take on VMI at home and we anticipate another Army win.  The team is then set to travel to Hawaii before coming home to play Navy on December 14, 2019 in Philadelphia. 

We hope that many of you will be there to support the team and cheer them on to a win.
We know that the team will be fighting for the CIC trophy which we want to keep at West Point for at least another year.

In the meantime, you should find the following articles of interest.


Army Football Announces 2020 Schedule

2020 ARMY FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
Sept. 4        BUCKNELL
Sept. 12      at Rice
Sept. 26      OKLAHOMA
Oct. 3          at Miami (Ohio)
Oct. 10        PRINCETON
Oct. 17        EASTERN MICHIGAN
Oct. 24        BUFFALO
Nov. 7         AIR FORCE
Nov. 14       at Tulane
Nov. 21       at UMass
Nov. 28       at UConn
Dec. 12       vs. Navy (Philadelphia, Pa.)


 

Riley Accepts Invite to Play in East-West Shrine Bowl

WEST POINT, N.Y. – Army West Point defensive back and senior captain Elijah Riley has accepted an invite to the East-West Shrine Bowl. 
 
This year's East-West Shrine Bowl will take place on Jan. 18, 2020. Kickoff from St. Petersburg, Fla., is scheduled for 3 p.m. ET on NFL Network. 
 
Riley has made 39 career starts, including 28-straight for the Black Knights. He was recently named one of 14 semifinalists for the 2019 Paycom Jim Thorpe Award. The award is given to a defensive back and is based on performance on the field, athletic ability and character.
 
A native of Port Jefferson, N.Y., Riley's three forced fumbles are tied for eighth in the nation, while his three interceptions are good for a share of 24th. He has had a hand in six takeaways this season.
 
In 41 career games, the senior has 187 tackles (133 solo), with seven interceptions, 20 pass breakups (T-2nd in program history), 26 passes defended (3rd), three forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries, 6.5 sacks (T-18th), and 17 TFLs. He additionally has two defensive touchdowns in his career, which is tied for eighth nationally among active players. 
 
The East-West Shrine Bowl is the longest running college all-star football game in the nation. For more than 90 years, some of football's greatest athletes and coaches have contributed to the tradition of the East-West Shrine Bowl. Players like Gale Sayers, Tom Brady, John Elway, Allan Page, Dick Butkus, Brett Favre, Gino Marchetti and Walter Payton, along with coaches Don Shula, Dick Vermeil, Paul "Bear" Bryant and Jerry Glanville, to name a few, have supported the East-West Shrine Bowl.

Since 1925, the East-West Shrine Bowl has benefited Shriners Hospitals for Children and its mission to provide advanced care for children with orthopedic conditions, burns, spinal cord injuries, and cleft lip and palate, regardless of the families' ability to pay for services. Players and coaches visit a local Shriners Hospitals for Children during game week to meet the patients and gain a greater understanding of the importance of the game.






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