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Penn Quakers Football - Overview
The Penn Quakers play Division I college football for the University of Pennsylvania in the Ivy League. The Quakers play their home games at Franklin Field in Philadelphia, PA. Al Bagnoli is the Quakers' head coach. Penn's main rivals include Cornell, Princeton, Yale Harvard and Lafayette.
Penn Quakers Football Tickets - History
The Penn football program began in 1876. Penn considers itself to be college football's most historic program. The Heisman Trophy's name sake, John Heisman graduated from Penn. The Quakers have claimed seven national titles (none since 1924) and won 15 conference titles, including two in a row in 2009 and 2010. Penn is currently in college football's top 10 for most all-time victories. Penn holds the NCAA record for most games played. The Quakers also hold Ivy League records for most titles (12) and unbeaten conference seasons (eight).
Penn Quakers Football Tickets - Franklin Field
The Quakers have called Franklin Field home since 1895. The 52,593-seat stadium is located in Philadelphia, PA. The school's field hockey, lacrosse, sprint football and track and field teams also use the field. It is the oldest stadium still operating for college football.
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