2019 THE CITADEL FOOTBALL SCHEDULE

DateOpponentTime/TVBuy Tickets
Saturday
Aug. 31
Towson Tigers
Johnson Hagood Stadium, Charleston, SC
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Saturday
Sep. 7
at Elon Phoenix
Rhodes Stadium, Elon, NC
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Saturday
Sep. 14
at Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets
Bobby Dodd Stadium, Atlanta, GA
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Saturday
Sep. 21
Charleston Sou. Buccaneers
Johnson Hagood Stadium, Charleston, SC
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Saturday
Sep. 28
at Samford Bulldogs
Seibert Stadium, Homewood, AL
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Saturday
Oct. 5
VMI Keydets
Johnson Hagood Stadium, Charleston, SC
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Saturday
Oct. 12
Western Carolina Catamounts
Johnson Hagood Stadium, Charleston, SC
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Saturday
Oct. 19
at Furman Paladins
Paladin Stadium, Greenville, SC
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Saturday
Oct. 26
Mercer Bears (HC)
Johnson Hagood Stadium, Charleston, SC
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Saturday
Nov. 2
at ETSU Buccaneers
William B. Greene Jr. Stadium, Johnson City, TN
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Saturday
Nov. 9
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Saturday
Nov. 16
at Chattanooga Mocs
Finley Stadium, Chattanooga, TN
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Saturday
Nov. 23
Wofford Terriers
Johnson Hagood Stadium, Charleston, SC
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FUTURE THE CITADEL FOOTBALL SCHEDULE

2019 2020 The Citadel Bulldogs football schedule2017 2018:This football program represents The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina . The Bulldogs are trained by Brent Thompson, who was contracted on January 19, 2016 to replace Mike Houston, who turned into the head football mentor of James Madison University on January 18, 2016.

Practices are held at the Maybank Triplets Practice Facility, a counterfeit turf field at the north edge of grounds. The Bulldogs use Seignious Hall, situated crosswise over from McAlister Field House for weightlifting, storage spaces, group meeting and video space, and scholastic mentoring. The Citadel Sports Medicine Department likewise uses Seignious Hall.

The Citadel Bulldogs football Stadium

Johnson Hagood Stadium, is a 11,500-situate football stadium, the home field of The Citadel Bulldogs, in Charleston, South Carolina, USA. The arena is named in respect of Brigadier General Johnson Hagood, CSA, class of 1847, who told Confederate powers in Charleston amid the Civil War and later filled in as Comptroller and Governor of South Carolina.

At the point when the state of the current College Park Stadium (situated in the upper east corner of Hampton Park) turned out to be so poor as to be unserviceable,[4] the city of Charleston built another games arena only south of the new grounds of The Citadel, on Hagood Avenue. The new arena was opened October 15, 1927, with a football match-up between The Citadel and Oglethorpe. The unique arena situated 10,000 fans and was arranged east-west, opposite to the present design.

The Citadel Bulldogs Football Schedule

Four recreations against groups that met all requirements for the FCS playoffs last season, alongside a diversion against bowl qualifier Georgia Tech, feature The Citadel football’s 12-amusement, 2019 calendar that was discharged Thursday.

The Bulldogs will open the season with four-straight non-meeting diversions. They open the season against a couple of playoff groups from the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) in Towson and Elon. The Bulldogs will have the Tigers on Aug. 31 preceding making a trip to confront the Phoenix on Sept. 7.

The Citadel travels to Atlanta in week three as they face FBS enemy Georgia Tech on Sept. 14. The Yellow Jackets went 7-6 out of 2018 and played Minnesota in the Quick Lane Bowl.

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The Bulldogs come back to Johnson Hagood Stadium on Sept. 21 for a Low country confrontation with Charleston Southern. The two groups met in the last round of the 2018 season with The Citadel leaving without end with a 43-14 triumph.

The Southern Conference bit of the timetable opens out and about in the last few days of September with an excursion to Samford.

The period of October highlights home amusements against VMI (Oct. 5), Western Carolina (Oct. 12) and Mercer (Oct. 26). The amusement against the Keydets will be Parents’ Day, while the challenge against the Bears will be Homecoming. The Citadel’s solitary street challenge amid the month is Oct. 19 at Furman.

The Bulldogs open the long stretch of November out and about at ETSU (Nov. 2). Following an open end of the week, The Citadel takes off to confront Chattanooga (Nov. 16) preceding finishing off the normal season Nov. 23 against Wofford.

Season tickets for the 2019 season will go marked down Feb. 4.

The Citadel Bulldogs football ticket cost

Single-amusement tickets for the Bulldogs’ home diversions begin as low as $15 for standard recreations. Premium amusements, which incorporate Parents’ Day and Homecoming, begin at $32. Understudy valuing is additionally accessible.

Fans can buy tickets to sit in the west midfield, west red zone or by and large confirmation segments. Ticket costs run from $15-$32 for general affirmation, $30-$36 for west red zone and $40-$50 for west midfield, with understudy estimating likewise accessible.

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