Army announces 2022 football schedule

By Kevin Kelley -

The Army West Point Black Knights have officially announced their 2022 football schedule, which includes six games in West Point.

Army opens the 2022 season on Saturday, Sept. 3 on the road against the Coastal Carolina Chanticleers at Brooks Stadium in Conway, S.C.

The Black Knights open their home schedule at Michie Stadium in West Point, N.Y., on Saturday, Sept. 10 against the UTSA Roadrunners. Army then hosts two more opponents in West Point — the Villanova Wildcats on Sept. 17 and, after an open date, the Georgia State Panthers on Oct. 1.

The Black Knights then travel to take on the Wake Forest Demon Deacons on Oct. 8 before returning to West Point to host consecutive games against the Colgate Raiders on Oct. 15 and the ULM Warhawks on Oct. 22.

On Saturday Nov. 5, Army will play Air Force in the Lockheed Martin Commanders’ Classic at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas. The two schools also squared off in Arlington in 2021.

A road trip to take on the Troy Trojans follows on Nov. 12 before Army hosts the UConn Huskies at Michie Stadium on Nov. 19. One week later on Nov. 26, the Black Knights travel to take on the UMass Minutemen.

Army closes out the regular-season with the annual Army-Navy Game presented by USAA, which is set for Dec. 10 at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pa.

Below is Army’s complete football schedule for the 2022 season, plus a link to their full schedule that will be updated with kickoff times, TV, etc. as the season approaches.

2022 Army Football Schedule

  • 09/03 – at Coastal Carolina
  • 09/10 – UTSA
  • 09/17 – Villanova
  • 10/01 – Georgia State
  • 10/08 – at Wake Forest
  • 10/15 – Colgate
  • 10/22 – ULM
  • 11/05 – Air Force (in Arlington, TX)
  • 11/12 – at Troy
  • 11/19 – UConn
  • 11/26 – at UMass
  • 12/03 – OFF
  • 12/10 – Navy (in Philadelphia, PA)

The Black Knights are 7-3 so far this season. Army closes out their 2021 slate with games at Liberty on Nov. 27 and against Navy on Dec. 11. in East Rutherford, N.J.

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Uh, why would we count UMass? They’re not FCS. And Army had to schedule another team on short notice after Tennessee backed out of a scheduled game.

Let’s not forget that Army, Navy, and Air Force play football as a side gig. It isn’t their primary purpose. I think you can cut them some slack this time especially considering Tennessee just screwed them over.

They had Tennessee on the schedule until they were to scared and backed out. Not their fault.

Army also schedules so that they’ll get into a bowl game. That includes local rivals they play every year like uconn and umass.

huge local rivalry with UConn, have played a total of seven times since 79’ and Umass only four times since 77’

@loudpedal,

Army tried out being a member of C-USA & found it didn’t meet the Goals the service Academy wants, I don’t know what those priorities are. It’s OK to decide a scheduling agreement with the same conference foes isn’t what you want when you’re a Nation State’s Military College.

Navy likes it’s Football only affiliation with the American, it must fit what Navy’s goals for it’s FB Program are.

Air Force is more limited in what it can choose because it’s in the much more expansive Western US where distance away matters & the population is sparse compared the East Coast Centered States where Navy & Army are.

Air Force is a respected program in the MW. This year they’re on the cusp of playing in the MW Championship Game. They have to beat Utah State who has an only slightly less winning Record than Air Force does this Year.

Congratulations to SBC, C-USA, ACC, & Independent regional Rivals for playing the US Military Academy. The SEC’s Volunteers show that they won’t play even Average Triple Option Teams like Army who don’t play the same Offenses all the other SEC Teams use.

@loudpedal,

My Mistake, Huge Correction…

Air Force hosts UNLV Rebels this Week.
The Rebels have a losing Record. That said, Air Force has to play Mistake Free to overcome UNLV’s Athletes. If Air Force executes their Offense they’ll have a Special 9-3 Regular Season. Bonus, play for the MW Championship; Lose, play a lesser Exhibition bowl Game, Win, have a double digit extraordinary Season & play in a more prestigious Exhibition bowl Game.

Love some beach time at Coastal in September. Not a garbage schedule but could be more challenging. This year Army could have defeated several PAC-12 teams.