Fast facts

League: NCAA Division I FCS

Team: Penn Quakers

Head Coach: Ray Priore

Team Mascot: The Penn Quaker

Year Opened: 1895

Capacity: 52958

City / State: Philadelphia / Pennsylvania

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Rivalries & Top Games to Attend

Penn vs Harvard

Rival Team: Harvard Crimson

The Harvard-Penn rivalry dates back to 1881, and it’s always one of the best games of the season. The two teams are usually two of the best teams in the Ivy League with the Crimson and Quakers winning 29 of the last 34 Ivy League Championships. Watch the Quakers try to narrow the gap in the all-time series, which Harvard leads 48-37-2, when these two meet.

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Penn vs Princeton

Rival Team: Princeton Tigers

The Quakers and Tigers have a long running rivalry that dates back to 1876 when Princeton defeated Penn 6-0. The rivalry was suspended from 1894 until 1935 but since it resumed the Quakers have won 37 of the 77 meetings between the two Ivy League rivals. The Penn-Princeton game is always one of the best games of the season, so get your tickets to the annual rivalry game between the Quakers and Tigers.

Penn vs Yale

Rival Team: Yale Bulldogs

The Penn-Yale rivalry began in 1879 with the Bulldogs winning the first 12 meetings. The rivalry was dormant from 1893 to 1925. However, since the renewal of the rivalry, it’s been one of the better rivalries in the Ivy League with the Quakers holding a slim 35-36-1 lead. The matchup with Penn is typically one of the best games of the season, so don’t miss it when the Quakers come to New Haven.

Penn vs Cornell

Rival Team: Cornell Big Red

Cornell and Penn have played each other every since 1893, except for 1918, and have developed an intense rivalry as a result. The rivalry between these two Ivy League schools is the fifth most played in college football history, making it a can’t miss for fans of the Quakers.

Penn vs Brown

Rival Team: Brown Bears

The rivalry between Brown and Penn began in 1895, and since then the two teams have played 85 times. The Quakers lead the all-time series 59-24-2, so come out and cheer on the Quakers as they look to extend their lead.

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Fast facts

League: NCAA Division I FCS

Team: Penn Quakers

Head Coach: Ray Priore

Team Mascot: The Penn Quaker

Year Opened: 1895

Capacity: 52958

City / State: Philadelphia / Pennsylvania

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