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49 Army wins
52 Navy wins
1,579 Total Navy points (14.76 average)
1,384 Total Army points (12.93 average)
Navy holds a 22 touchdown advantage over Army.
Another proud tradition of the academy football season is the competition for the Commander-in-Chief’s Trophy, awarded to the academy (Army, Navy or Air Force) with the best record after playing their two counterparts. The award is given to the prior year’s winner in the case of a tie.
The trophy has been awarded to Air Force 16 times, Navy 10 times, and Army 6 times, with 4 ties. The President of the United States often awards the trophy himself, and President George W. Bush has held ceremonies at the White House for its presentation each of the last few years. Navy currently holds the trophy (winning the last five years); Army’s last win was in 1996. The 2.5-foot-tall, 170-pound trophy is topped with three footballs that rise above figurines of the mascots of the three academies.
at Municipal/JFK Stadium: 41 games, Navy led 22-16-3
at Franklin Field: 18 games, Army led 11-7
at Veterans Stadium: 17 games, Army led 11-5-1
at Lincoln Financial Field: 4 games, Navy leads 4-0