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Team: Campbell Fighting Camels
League: Division I FCS Big South Conference
Home Games: Barker–Lane Stadium
Head Coach: Mike Minter
All-Time Greats: Brian Hudson
Rivals: Davidson Wildcats
Campbell Fighting Camels Football TicketsEver since the relaunch of their football program in 2008, the Campbell Fighting Camels have been working hard to prove their worth in the NCAA’s Big South Conference. Giving it all it’s got in its home, Barker–Lane Stadium, to regularly sold-out crowds, the Fighting Camels are determined to carry on the rich legacy of football at Campbell University now that things have finally started back up. You can find the team facing off against some of the strongest teams in the league, including the Davidson Wildcats, who is the team’s main rival, throughout the season. Each game is an edge-of-your-seat thrill ride that you just have to see live. With athletes that have gone on to join the NFL, such as Brian Hudson, you can be sure that the Campbell Fighting Camels is always packed with tons of talent and dedication. Grab your Campbell Fighting Camels tickets at StubHub today!
Where do the Fighting Camels play their home games?The Fighting Camels play all its home games at the beautiful Barker-Lane Stadium. A 5,500-seat arena with a FieldTurf field, it is known far and wide for its intoxicating game-day atmosphere. Seats regularly sell out for home games thanks to the high level of local pride people have in their team. Win or lose, this all adds up to some fun and exciting football.
Who is the head coach for the Fighting Camels team?Mike Minter, former safety for the Carolina Panthers, is the current head coach of the Fighting Camels. Prior to his hiring in 2013, Dale Steele was the original head coach for the team since it was restarted in 2008.
Do the Fighting Camels have any football rivals?The Fighting Camels and the Davidson Wildcats are rivals. Though the Fighting Camels is still a relatively new team and only entered the Big South Conference in the 2018 season, the two teams are already locked in combat. Campbell Fighting Camels games against the Davidson Wildcats are likely to be some of the hottest in a season going forward, so they're something to expect as the Fighting Camels get their bearings in the league.
What is the tailgating scene like for a Fighting Camels game?Tailgating is a big part of what makes the Fighting Camels what it is. Since the team was first started, fans from on and off the Campbell University campus have been eager to show up and show their support. You can often find people organizing hours before kick-off in anticipation for the big moment. One of the main highlights of any home game is the Alumni Village that pops up. Despite the name, it's open to more than just former students of the school and serves as a place to get delicious food and refreshing drinks while you enjoy some live music and activities for kids before the game.
What are some of the most anticipated Fighting Camels games of the upcoming season?The 2019 season is set to be a big one for the Fighting Camels. It will begin with a game against the Troy Trojans August 31 followed by a match with the Shaw Bears on September 7. Its next game, which will be on September 21, is against its rival, the Davidson Wildcats, followed by a game against the Mercer Bears on September 28. The final game of the season takes place November 23 and pits the team against the Charleston Southern Buccaneers.
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