One of the biggest rivalries in football is also expected to be a big economic boom for the city of Philadelphia.
The 113th Army-Navy game is set to kick-off at Lincoln Financial Field Saturday at 3:00p.m.
Events are taking place all weekend and will generate about $35M in revenue for the city.
This is the 84th time in the history of the rivalry, the two teams have matched up in Philadelphia.
The Army Cadets are hoping for a turn of their fortunes. Navy has won the last 10 meetings, the longest winning streak by either side.