William and Mary Tribe Football Team Tickets
Since 1893 The College of William and Mary has been represented by their men’s football team known as the William and Mary Tribe football team. The team currently plays in the Colonial Athletic Conference in the South division of the conference and they play in the NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision. Throughout their time as an organization, the William and Mary Tribe football team has been known for a number of things, most notably the contributions put forth by Jimmye Laycock. He is the current head coach for the team and has been since 1979. Before Laycock became the head coach for the football program, he also played for the team as the Tribe’s starting quarterback. During this time he played under legendary coaches Lou Holtz and Marv Levy.
While Laycock has undoubtedly had a great contribution to the team, the Tribe have also managed to make an important impact on the league thanks to their impressive roster of former players. To this day, the WIlliam and Mary Tribe have an all time winning record and have had a winning season nearly every year since Laycock took over as head coach. These winning seasons have included three bowl game appearances, and twelve different conference titles. The William and Mary Tribe football team has also developed several notable rivalries during this time as well, including rivalries with the Delaware Fightin’ Blue Hens, James Madison Dukes, Richmond Spiders and the Old Dominion Monarchs.
Those who want to see the William and Mary Tribe play live, will need to travel to the team’s home stadium in Williamsburg, VA. The Tribe play on Cary Field and Zable Stadium in an arena that holds 12,259 fans. During home games the arena is covered in the team’s home colors of green and gold and fans can hear the “Tribe Fight Song” being played as the team takes the field. Since the seating is limited in the football arena, especially when compared to the amount of fans the team normally has season after season, getting tickets to these events has always been known to be difficult, so fans of the team will want to act fast when finding their seats to the William and Mary home games.