In Game

New ASU Stadium is worth the trip to Montgomery for an Alabama State football game all by itself, but the incredible band and dance teams are also must-sees for any college football fan. The Hornets moved into New ASU Stadium in 2012, and since then they have been playing one of the most beautiful palaces in not only the SWAC but all of the FCS. Enjoy the fantastic sight lines and countless amenities at New ASU Stadium while watching the Hornets play.

While New ASU Stadium is quite a treat for fans, it still doesn’t stop the performance of the Mighty Marching Hornets Band. The Mighty Marching Hornets Band steals the show at every Hornets game, and you won’t want to miss their halftime performance, so stay in your seat during the break.

Finally, both the Stingettes and Honeybeez will dazzle you with their routines. Both dance groups put on an incredible show and are both can’t miss parts of any Hornets football game. Stop whatever you’re doing and turn your attention to the field when one of these groups starts to perform.

A trip to Alabama State is a must for any FCS football fan thanks to the gorgeous new stadium and Alabama State’s amazing band and dance teams.

Things to check out

New Stadium

New ASU Stadium is one of the most beautiful stadiums in the SWAC as well as the FCS. The new stadium is worth the trip alone for any college football fan, so enjoy the beautiful venue during your trip to Montgomery.

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Mighty Marching Hornets Band

Like most historically black universities, Alabama State is home to an incredible band. The Mighty Marching Hornets Band is one of the main draws at ASU, and you won’t want to leave your seat when you see them take the field as they usually steal the show.

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Stingettes

The Stingettes will dazzle you with their dance moves at the game. The dance team puts on a fantastic show and is a must-see part of any Hornets game, so stop what you’re doing when you see them take the field.

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Honeybeez

Enjoy the performances of the Honeybeez throughout the game. You won’t want to miss these talented performers as they’re one of the best parts of any Alabama State football game.

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Hornet Mascot

The mascot at Alabama State is beloved by the fans, especially the young ones, making him a fun part of any Hornets game. Keep an eye out for the mascot as you never know what he’ll do next.

Fight Songs

  1. Hail Alabama

    Hail, Alabama State University
    How we love your name.
    Your spacious halls respond with knowledge
    Deeds extol your fame.
    Hurrah, hurrah for the Black and Gold!
    Hurrah, hurrah for heroes bold!
    Dear Alma Mater, we adore you,
    In one loud acclaim.

    (Chorus)
    Alabama! Alabama!
    Hail, hail, hail, hail college so dear
    Alabama, Alabama!
    ’tis for you we’ll cheer
    All hail the men who fight on the field
    All hail your glory that can’t be repealed;
    So hail, hail, hail Alabama!
    Hail, hail, hail!

    (Trio)
    To the Black and Gold
    Let our giant echoes roll
    In the breeze, on the air,
    Let our banner wave so fair,
    Sing Hurrah, Sing Hurrah,
    Sing Hurrah, rah-rah-rah-rah
    Hey!

    (Repeat Chorus)

  2. Alabama State Alma Mater

    Alabama State, O Mother Dear
    Again we come to thee
    Our pains and sorrows we forget
    When e’er thy face we see
    O happy harbor, blessed place
    O sweet and pleasant soil
    In thee we hope, in thee we trust
    For thee we pray and toil.

    Thy Sons and Daughters love thy halls
    Aglow with truth and light
    And every heart beats true to thee
    In whom there is no night
    O Alma Mater, fair and dear
    We proudly hail thy name
    Which far and near is known and loved
    And crowned with glowing fame.

    Thy campus flowers and shady walks
    Bring thoughts of Marion Green
    Before thy trials in Beulah Vale
    Which God from us did screen
    But now we stand on College Heights
    Content with God’s decree
    For all He does is right and good
    And makes for liberty.

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